the 13th - Friday the 19th, the building will open at 7:00 am. Breakfast
will be served from 7:00 to 9:00 am. Lunch will be served from 11:30
am to 1:00 pm. Classes are in session from 9:00 am to 12 Noon &
from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Your help cleaning up after each class is
appreciated. Building closes at 5:00 pm.
Early bird carvers, instructors, and vendors help set up the show
tables and chairs after which vendors can set up their wares.
No exceptions. See Alan, Jack, Jim, or Ken to help
Student registration - 7:00 to 9:00am. Anyone taking a class
must register. The registration fee is $15 per family (this
does not include the cost of any class you take). The class
fee is paid to the Instructor at class time. Name tags
required to take the class. As some classes fill up early
it is recommended you register early or prior to May 1st 2013.
Pre-registration makes you eligible for the drawings for gift
certificates from vendors. Winners posted daily at registration.
Classes begin at 9:00 am. end at 4:00 pm (name tags are required
for anyone taking classes)
begin 9:00 am end at 4:00 pm
Classes begin 9:00 am end at 4:00 pm
Classes 9am-4pm. Whittling contest begins at 4:30pm. Everyone welcome.
All skill levels encouraged to participate in the fun. Prizes awarded
Classes begin 9:00 am end at 4:00 pm
Classes 9am-4pm. Auction setup after classes are over. Setup help
will be needed. Auction starts at 7pm. Donated items help support
the event. Help fold the chairs and place against the walls after
Classes 9am-4pm. Event business meeting 4:30pm. All are welcome
Rollerball contest immediately follows the meeting.
Classes 9am-4pm. Help needed to setup for banquet. Banquet 7pm.
Door prize drawings following meal.
SURE TO CHECK THE BULLETIN BOARD DALY
AT THE REGISTRATION DESK FOR CLASS INFO, ANNOUNCEMENTS, AND OTHER ACTIVITIES!
Karen Oquin, for table availability.
a number of activities planned for non-carvers in the family. There will
be craft projects for you to enjoy. See the Non-Carving Clase page. Sign-up
sheets will be available on Friday 12th at 1pm.
The auction and drawings are two ways we raise money for
the rendezvous. Thanks to your generous donations we raise enough money
to run the event and help the community in various ways. You, the event
volunteers, make the auction a fun and successful evening for all who
bid or observe. Come to the auction to bid on some spectacular carvings
and works of art from novice to top professional artisans from around
Cost of the
meal is $13 per person. Be sure to send in banquet money with your registration.
Tickets will be at the check-in desk.
shoulders with other carvers and an Instructor or two. A few different
blanks and projects
will be provided for you to carve.
We all sincerely
appreciate those who gave of their time in the past years to keep this
event going. We all still need to help in every part of the event. This
is a way for those who do not want to be board members to help keep the
event running and enjoyable for years to come. You will not be catered
to like at other shows you do as this is an event put on by carvers for
carvers. You will be required to solve your own internal class problems.
Keep your class fun and they will always be full.
Check out www.creedewoodcarvers.com for Instructor links to their websites
and photos of last year's event and the latest news on class availability.
President: Ken Leggitt 719-658-2323 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim RedHawk 719-269-8077 email@example.com
Secretary: Karen Oquin 303-940-3505 firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Susan Alexander 970-241-3992
Director: Alan Smith 623-584-3541 email@example.com
on any aspect of the event are welcome.