Sunday, February 11 at 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Join John Wager for an informative day on green woodworking carving techniques. The first part of the day will be theory, learning about tools and the different things you can make.
The second part will be using those tools to carve a spoon that is made to use and last.
John Wager is Anishnaabe'nini. He was raised in Curve Lake, which is where he still resides. John has a passion for learning and sharing his First Nation heritage. He works as an Archeological Monitor for Curve Lake First Nation. When he isn't getting down in the dirt searching for arrowheads and other artifacts he's instructing for Canadian Bushcraft, carving, basket making or something crafty of the sorts. He holds a diploma in Outdoor and Adventure Education and has been taught carving techniques from talented Greenwood Worker, Maximilian of Woodsmans Finest. John is the owner and craftsman behind Johns Handcarved Woodenware and believes that everyone should have a wooden spoon in their life.
Cost $45 + website fees
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