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December 2003 Photographing Your Work with Bob Allen, at the Denis Falch shop in Winona.
November 2003 Members learn all the aspects of finishing their woodturnings. Held at Rueben Lemke's shop near Sparta, WI
October 2003 Segmented Turning with Aaron Gesicki, featuring Tim McCaleb's turnings as examples. Held at the Gautsch shop in Onalaska.
September 2003 Terry Snowden demonstrated top turning on his Sherline tabletop lathe, and talked about his Arrowmont experience with Bonnie Klein. Held at Tom Mruz's place, in the outskirts of La Crosse, WI.
August 2003-- Aaron Gesicki walked and talked the attendees through the fundamentals of tuning the grinder, and using the Wolverine sharpening system. Then everyone stuffed themselves with Shorty Mueller's famous barbeque cuisine. Held at Shorty's cabin retreat near Alma, WI.
July 2003-- On Saturday, July 19th, our annual Toolmaking workshop at Bill and Brigitta Gautsch's in Onalaska was a great success. Members made Johnston/Basham tools, Jamieson bars, chattertools, hook tools, and more. There was a Tool Swap as well.
June 2003--Hands-On Hollowing. Members try out different designs of hollowing tools with over-the-shoulder guidance, at the Denis Falch shop in Winona, MN. Waiting for pictures, if there are any.
May 2003 Aaron Gesicki follows up from the last meeting, showing the finer points of finishing a bowl's foot. Held at the Gary Friemann studio in Spring Grove, MN.
2003 For the April meeting demo, Aaron Gesicki took the group
through the steps of safely turning a natural-edge cherry bowl, with
emphasis on safety issues.
Held at the Liljander-Mueller cabin retreat near Alma, Wisconsin.
March 2003 Dave Dapkus on turning the perfect egg, held at the Denis Falch studio in Winona, MN.
February 2003 The February meeting featured a well-known turner and instructor, Ed Szakonyi, giving the group an all-day demonstration
January 2003 Tuning up your lathe, with Bill Gautsch--at the home shop of Bill and Brigitta Gautsch, in Onalaska, WI