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If you live near Colorado and turn wood... or want to learn how to use those lathe options on your ShopSmith you might try this symposium. Alot of friendly folks there. Lessons for beginner to advanced, I went last year and had a ball:

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Rocky Mountain Wood Turning Symposium - 11th Annual[/SIZE]
http://www.rmwoodturningsymposium.com/index.htm

Over 35 presentations given by some of the best woodturners in the world, for beginner to the professional. Large vendor exhibit and a hands on woodturning program area. The symposium is open to anyone with an interest in woodturning. Banquet, Auction, Galleries, Trade show, Stories… See our website for a list of classes and presenters.

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Classes, banquet, trade show runs Sat 9/12/09 8am to 8pm Sun 9/13/09 8am to 4pm.
Free gallery is open 9-4 sat. and 10-3 Sun

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Larimer County Fairground 5280 Arena Cir. Loveland CO 80538

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Weekend: $145 singles $220 Couple $85 teacher $25 student
One day: $73
Gallery and Trade show is free 9-4 sat. and 10-3 Sun

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Organized by the Rocky Mountain Woodturnes
http://www.rmwt.org/
Call 970-663-1868 Allen Jensen or 970-484-9190 Mike Davis with questions

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Re: Great Woodturning Lessons for Beginner to Advanced in Colorado

#264729 by arthurnottheking » Tue Nov 19, 2019 2:09 am

Hello,

Does anyone know where I can find the photos from the 2019 Gallery? I registered for the 2019 Symposium (September 13th – 15th, 2019), but I didn't manage to come (due to health issues) and missed the event. I didn't get any follow-up email either. I'm a beginner in woodworking and I'm looking for any books or pdf materials to start with. I'd appreciate any information. Thanks.

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How often do they repeat this event? It sounds like a great learning experience.

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