A New Year Begins. Welcome to 2021

January 1, 2021

Hub City Turners will continue to provide updates on the activities of our members in this blog forum throughout the next few months. We continue to self isolate, wash the sawdust and Covid virus from our hands, wear our face masks even when we are not in our shops full of dust and drink our coffee (with or without Baileys) and attend monthly meetings while Zooming with each other. Please send in your stories and pictures of what you have been up to. (Send items to trentw@sasktel.net)


Mark Saturday January 23, 2021 on your calendars if you are interested in this AAW Master Series presentation with Betty Scarpino. Betty is a real gem of a person and a fabulous teacher and turner. I’m sure this will be a wonderful learning experience.
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Shell Lake 2023

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May meeting 2023

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Keeping in touch April 28, 2023

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Keeping in touch April 7, 2023

Keeping in touch April 7, 2023

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