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Northeast Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild

"Artistry in Wood"

38TH ANNUAL SPRING SHOW

Woodworking Show, Sale & Competition

March 21 & 22, 2020

Featured Woodworkers:

Stan Fisher

Builds wooden canoes. He will have his newest full size hand crafted Adirondack guide boat on display! Also a canoe shelving unit. He will be on hand to talk to you, and answer any questions.

Tom Swille

Is a famous model 1/24th scale boat builder. He will have two of his Gold Awards, here for you to see along with an in progress, Scottish Trawler. He will be here to share all the model building details.

We welcome all of our fellow Wood Artists, Members & Creative Guests.

This show is designed so each of you will have an enjoyable time sharing & creating as you learn new techniques.

Please scroll down see all the activities we have planned.

  • Peoples Choice Ballot
  • Classes
  • Live Demos
  • Free Video Room
  • Huge Bucket Raffle
  • Our famous Tool Crib is back!
  • Food provided by Syble Hopp PTA group
  • New Tool Vendors
  • Youth Scholarships
  • Youth Silent Auctions

YOUTH DISPLAYS

BOOTHS

VENDORS

On Going

DEMOSTRATIONS

This Event is Free and Open to the Public!

Free Parking Onsite

Where It’s At:

Green Bay Southwest High School
1331 Packerland Drive
Green Bay, WI
(Just South of W. Mason Street)

Block of Hotel Rooms for Show Guests, Exhibitors, Vendors:

March 20 & 21, 2020
Radisson Hotel & Confrence Center
2040 Airport Drive
Green Bay, WI
Contact: caity.wilhelm@rhccgb.com
920-405-6423

When:

Saturday, March 21, 2020 – 9:30am – 4:00pm 

Sunday, March 22, 2020 – 9:30am – 4:00pm

Setup Times:

Friday, March 20, 2020 – 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Saturday, March 21, 2020 – 7:00am – 9:00am

Event Schedule

Saturday, March 21, 2020

9:30 am
Doors Open To The Public

 

There will be many Ongoing Demo’s, Two Featured Woodworkers, Vendors, Youth Silent Auction and Over 70 Booths to visit.

10:00 am
Woodturning Bowls
Pete Schuh
Cost: $10.00

This class will cover the basic turning steps, ABC (anchor bevel cut) and demonstrate turning a small bowl. We will also discuss the basic tool set, sharpening and cutting/storing green wood.

12:00 pm
Beginning Carving
Linda Surowiec
Cost: $10.00

This class will give an introduction to tools, sharpening, basic tool cuts, beginner figure carving.

2:00 Pm
Advanced Carving
Tom Swille
Cost: $10.00

This class I will be sharing many things in carving that I learned from Mark Schultz. I will share many techniques for advanced carving.

4:00 Pm
Show Closes 

Sunday, March 22, 2020

9:30 am
Doors Open To The Public

There will be many Ongoing Demo’s, Two Featured Woodworkers, Vendors, Youth Silent Auction and Over 70 Booths to visit.

10:00 am
Large Relief Carving
Maureen Lechner
Cost: $10.00

Besides talking about the different wood and tools I use, I will show the entire process of beginning relief carving, along with the different stages it takes to the completion.

12:00 Pm
Realistic Pyrography
Paul Murphy
Cost: $10.00

This class will cover the steps necessary to create the art for  “The Blue Dasher” dragonfly and cone flowers. I will demonstrate and show all the steps and techniques to burn the entire piece. I will demonstrate and show how to lay out a color palette in oil and demonstrate how to paint the transparency on the dragonfly and its wings as well as the coneflower and leaves. 

3:00 Pm
Bucket Raffle Drawing – Winners Announced
3:30 Pm
Scholarship Awards &  Silent Auction
3:45 Pm
Peoples Choice Awards
4:00 Pm
Show Closes

Classes 

Meet Our Instructors

Pete Schuh

Woodturning Bowls

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Linda Surowiec

Beginning Carving

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Tom Swille

Advanced Carving

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Maureen Lechner

Large Relief Carving

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Paul Murphy

Realistic Pyrography

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Awards & Prizes:

This year our Spring Show features many Youth Woodworkers from across Northeast Wisconsin. Their projects will be up for earning Scholorships, along with the opportunity to place their items in a special Youth Silent Auction. We encourage you to support our youth.

Peoples Choice Ballot

As you visit the exhibitors, we ask you to vote:

  • Your favorite Demo at a Table/Space
  • Your favorite Booth/Table
  • Your favorite Wood Item at a Table/Booth

NEWWG Bucket Raffles

A huge selection of items: Carvings, Furnishings, Wood Wall Art, Hand Crafted Items, Bowls, Gift Baskets, Equipment, Tools, Tables, Machinery, Raw Wood, Gift Certificates, etc.

Youth Scholarship:

Our NEWWG is proud to award Youth Scholarships this year. Thanks to the generous donations of our many Partrons. We will award over $1,000 in funds to our talented youth, with a desire to promote and support further education in the field of a woodworking trade. 

Our Patrons have made our Scholarship program a great success.

Please stop back after the show to view each
scholarship recipient and their bio.

Short Sleeve T-Shirt

$14

Order Now or At Event

Long Sleeve T-Shirt

$16

Order Now or At Event

Hooded Sweatshirt

$25

Order Now or At Event

Wording color may change after 1/12/20

Orders need to be placed by Feb 15, 2020 to guarantee delivery by the Spring Show

Orders can be picked up at the February Guild Meeting or at the Spring Show.

Future Guild Members

New guild members welcome and encouraged! Member’s skills run from beginner to expert.
Membership is a great way to improve your woodworking skills!

We are dedicated to the encouragement
of others , of all ages, and in all aspects of
creating through their woodworking endeavors.”

 

Get in Touch

Let us know if you have any comments or questions about the show, or if you need any help with registration.

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Sponsors

Please support our Business Sponsors for their contribution to our show:

P & P Wildlife & Fine Art Gallery 
5420 Kruegers Quarry Rd.
Oconto, WI 54153
920-883-6089

Food and Beverage

Food sales by Syble Hopp School PTA Group

NEWWG is a 501(C)3 Nonprofit

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