The Northwest Woodturners in Beaverton, Oregon are meeting on June 5th. Nick Stagg will be demonstrating small boxes. If you have time, take a look at the NWWT newsletter. They have great Design Workshop articles, this month on mixing and blending colors.
The Fraser Valley Woodturners Guild in Abbotsford, B.C. are meeting on June 5th. This month Barry Wilkinson will demonstrate turning a square bowl.
The Inland Northwest Woodturners in Spokane Valley are meeting on June 6th. Everett Best will do a carving demonstration.
The Southwest Idaho Woodturners in Boise, ID are holding their next meeting on June 10th. John Pickrell will demonstrate his multiple spindle technique.
The Seattle Woodturners are meeting on June 12th. Maarten Meerman will be demonstrating miniatures.
The Willamette Valley Woodturners in Salem, Oregon will be meeting on June 12th. Glenn Shaffer will be demonstrating platter surface embellishment.
The Northwest Washington Woodturners in Mt. Vernon are meeting on June 19th. The club will present “A Focus on Local Talent”. The identities of these individuals are a secret at the moment, but will be revealed in their next newsletter!
The Cascade Woodturners in Portland, OR are meeting on June 19th. The program for the evening has not been announced.
The Olympic Peninsula Woodturners will be meeting on June 25th. The program for the evening has not been announced.
The Beaver State Woodturners in Eugene, Oregon will be meeting next on June 26th. The program for the evening has not been announced.
The Woodturners of Olympia are meeting on June 26th. SPSW member Eric Lofstrom will be demonstrating translucent bowls and spear point scrapers. Also, the Woodturners of Olympia annual symposium “Creativity in Woodturning” is coming up in July and is featuring Trent Bosch and Nick Stagg.
The Greater Vancouver Woodturners Guild in Vancouver, B.C. will be meeting on June 26th. Keith Hudson will demonstrate suspended hollow forms.
The Island Woodturners Guild on Vancouver Island will be meeting next on June 28th. Doug McBeath will demonstrate turning pepper mills.