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At our August meeting, Al Flinck gave a great demonstration on making Japanese-style chopsticks by hand. Paul is one of Helena’s most talented and inspirational woodworkers, with a house full of interesting work that he has created, from furniture to elaborate carving and so much more.
Paul will have some hand planes for sale as well.  The main dish will be either be roast turkey or ham!  Yum! Use the round about and continue to go south on Colonial Drive in the direction of Montana City (the frontage road will parallel the highway).
Turn left into the subdivision on Antler (you will pass a group of mail boxes on you right). Go approximately 3 miles until you are almost at the viaduct that crosses Highway 15 going to Montana City. Turn right into the subdivision on Antler (you will pass a group of mail boxes on your right).
Program: Anna will show us her new new house, which incorporates many reused and recycled materials. Directions: Go ~3 miles south of the Lewis and Clark Library, staying left at the split of grizzly and oro fino. Fred Goughnour will host our December Guild meeting on December 1st, at his shop in Montana City.
Important Note: September Guild Meeting takes place on September 8th instead of the first Monday, because … the first Monday is Labor Day and we bet most guild members are going to be out playing with their families! Matt Schmidt will host our September Guild meeting on September 8th, at his brand new shop. Program: Matt will talk a little about how he does his inlays, and how excited he is about his new shop. The July Guild meeting will be held Monday, July 7th at Scott Walter's shop and lumber mill in Unionville. You are invited to bring a log to the meeting if you would like to have Scott demonstrate cutting it on his lumber mill.Please do not bring a log this big, though. DIRECTIONS: Go through Unionville and his mill gate is the fourth left after the pavement ends.
POTLUCK: Cort Harrington has graciously agreed to provide our main dish, Yucatan Pulled Pork. I could have purchased the decoys, but most of what’s available for duck hunters is plastic and that really saddened me. So he decided after a couple of years of hunting birds with plastic stuff, that he wanted to make his own. Also bring: a friend who might be interested in joining, or who just wants to check us out!
If you have ever wanted to know more about building a *comfortable* strong, beautiful chair or have ever felt intimidated by the idea of building a chair, come to the May meeting of the Helena Woodworkers Guild to learn some tips and see some chairs in progress. So … how many of you are interested in learning more about what, to many woodworkers, seems a difficult if not impossible challenge?

The Helena Woodworkers Guild meeting for May, 2014 will be Monday, May 5th pm. Tim will host our meeting in his woodworking shop at 3025 East Bozeman Avenue.
Even the most basic chair must support a body comfortably and be strong enough to take lots of rocking and rolling. It seems like every month lately, a handful of woodworkers who are new to the Helena Woodworkers Guild, come to our meetings. Tom Dooling shared his beautiful turned bowls and lidded containers with the guild last night. The program was inspiring: Tom Dooling and Chris Clearman showed us their absolutely beautiful wood art.
Please enjoy the photos, and click on the smaller thumbnails in the gallery at the bottom of this post to see other pics of the fun we (always) have at our guild meetings. Antique Sears and Roebuck tablesaw and band saw  This thread currently has 4,012 views. He is a very humble woodworker who mostly builds for himself and his family, so a meeting a his shop is great opportunity to see what he has been up to.
It should be a good opportunity to see a productive shop that puts out some great products! He has already finished a new pulpit cross out of his new shop, for his church, and is slowly putting things in their place from his old shop.
When you see the convenience store on the right hand side of the road, Pioneer Park Dr is a half mile on the right from there. The meeting will be June 2nd (first Monday of each month) at 6:00 pm starting with a potluck. Ralph Yaeger will show us examples of his hand carved duck decoys and duck calls and will lead a discussion about the rewards of designing and carving these tools of his avocation. In the old days, so many guys made as much of their own equipment as they could and to me, that was just so much more beautiful. Lance will provide the main dish, some kind of hot sandwich like pulled pork or sloppy joes. He will give us tips and show us techniques for building chairs and stools, with a goal of trying to make chair building seem less intimidating than most woodworkers believe it is. Tim’s shop is on the south side of the big tan building (See the detailed google map below. Chris Clearman and Tom Dooling joined us to share their talents in wood carving and wood turning.
He passed away when i was 1 or 2 yrs old we inherited the tools and the tools do work but they have big motors.
Parking is limited, so probably best to park in the turn around rather than up the driveway.   Springhill can be slick, four wheel drive is highly recommended! Please bring a side dish (green salads, baked beans, chips are some ideas …) or dessert.
Our program will be presented by Ralph Yaeger, who will show us his duck calls and duck decoys.

He's in the middle of making two sets of dining chairs and stools, and will share his extensive knowledge and skills in chair-building with us.
Tim Carney will be demonstrating and talking about chairs, stools and tips and techniques for building them. Dave Ashley hosted the meeting and tried to smoke us all out of his shop with his brats-on-bbq-grill-inside-the-shop. We hope all you guys who came for the first time last night, decide to join the Guild and come to future meetings. The salad bowl is comprised of satin wood, maple, wenge, walnut and cherry and is so light and thin, yet very strong.
She is excited to show off her small and intentional house project, built with many recycled woods and parts. If you are new to the guild and just checking us out, please be our guest at the potluck — there is always plenty of food!
I only make about 6 calls a year because it takes a long time and my hands get sore from carving. Lance will put a sign out on the road, but says you really can’t miss his brown shop building.
Like magic, they are coming out of the woodwork to join us and the guild is so much richer for the diversity of skills and visions they bring. She has learned a bit about patina in the process of building cabinets, trim and refinishing old doors and a workbench and is anxious to share with us. The other boat is in the early phases, so should provide some talking points on structure and wood replacement. Design a dining table or desk and it seems only fitting to complete the project by building the chairs too. Dealing with angled joinery and curved parts exposes you to making patterns, full-scale drawings, mock-ups, and thinking in three dimensions. You have to see them in person to believe the intricacy and accuracy, but check out the photos below for a little taste. We usually post an announcement of the meeting location and program 1 week before the meeting. Also, chairs are great for improving hand skills such as fitting joints and smoothing curves. Anyway, if you missed the meeting and the brats, you can drool over the photos in this post. And thank you to Dave Ashley, for inviting Chris and Tom to do last night’s presentation.

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