Swan Districts Senior Citizens Centre, 21 Junction Parade, Midland
SATURDAY APRIL 17TH
Convenor – Brian Mather, MC – Neil George, Safety Officer – Bruce Shephard
A Quaich (Scottish Drinking Vessel) made from a single piece of timber, including handles. Inside diameter 90-100mm. Maybe embellished.
RAY WOODCOCK TOOLS
ALLAN WILLIAMS TOOLS
All are welcome. If it is a nice day you can set up under the veranda or inside with a maximum of two tables each.
Parking: Parking will be tight. Please carpool where possible. Visitors to collect a pink parking slip from the registration desk to park in The Senior Citizens Centre parking area or use other established parking options in the area.
The Swan City will provide access to the below additional free parking options on the day of Swan’s Weekend Workshop (Saturday 17 April 2021):
Free event parking in Cale St Parking Station No. 10
(event attendees will not need to purchase a ticket to park in this car park)
Overflow parking access in the northern section of The Avenue Parking Station No. 5 (directly across Junction Pde from SDSCC and accessed via Morrison Rd).
Please note, in order to access this additional free parking, the Swan members will need to display their usual “Blue” Swan Districts Senior Citizens parking permits.
Our guests attending will be given a “Pink” Swan Districts Senior Citizens parking permit for display on their dashboard.
See attached a map of the area which highlights the additional free parking options being provided and their locations so your members can locate them on the day. The map also includes the location of other City-managed free and paid parking options in the area.
8.00 am Registration and Fellowship
9.00 am Welcome and Announcements
9.05 am Demonstration by Ian Moss: Flying Saucer Lidded Box
10.30 am Morning Tea –please bring a plate of goodies to share
11.00 am Demonstration by Brian Kirkby: Outboard turning with an off-centre chuck
12.20 pm President’s Forum
12.30 pm Lunch option is Ham or Chicken Roll with salad. Cheese & Salad Rolls also available. $6.50
1.30 pm Demonstration by Denis Tapley: Will be further developing the themes that he started at the February WEWS. Demonstrating some advanced woodturning, while discussing design concepts and the three different levels of creativity
2.55 pm Afternoon tea
3.20 pm Raffle Draw
3.30 pm Competition Results by Barb Jennings
4.00 pm Closing comments – Pack up (many hands make light work)