Shell Lake Turning Weekend

HISTORY OF THE EVENT.

About Shell Lake

Throughout the year Hub City Turners hold a number of fun, educational events for members and others interested in turning. The meeting at Shell Lake has been an annual event for many years. Anyone interested in turning or even hanging out with turners is welcome to come.  Typically we set up on Thursday afternoon. This involves setting up your accommodation (a tent, RV or local motel/B&B etc.) finding a spot for your lathe and setting up your work space.  There is a restaurant on site and public toilets but no showers. The gazebo was built by local volunteers and has loads of 110 and 220 v. power. There is a tarp attached to the perimeter that can be moved up and down depending on the wind and rain.

Please consider setting this event high on your list of summer activities as you will have great fun and opportunities to learn and share your knowledge with others.

Details for 2021

Mark your calender for August 12 -15

When:  August 12 – 15, 2021
Where: Shell Lake Gazebo (click for Shell Lake website)
Who:    Anyone interested in turning.
What:   A weekend of fun and learning about turning.

Some more details:
– Bring a lathe if you have one. If you don’t have one come anyway and you will get some time on a shared lathe.
– Many people bring an RV. There are a couple of motels in Shell Lake to check out.
– Public toilets are close by but there is no shower facility.
– There is a restaurant at the site where you can buy meals but no cooking facilities unless you have your own.

Directions to Shell Lake (from Shell Lake Website)

Location
▪ 1 km off of Hwy 3, adjacent to Memorial Lake.
▪ 135 km north of Saskatoon
▪ 90 km west of Prince Albert
▪ RM of Spiritwood #496

Check out some images from past events.

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