Over 50 woodcarvers and vendors will participate in the eighteenth Annual Connecticut Woodcarvers Association Woodcarving Show and Sale, hosted by the New England Carousel Museum.
The event will be held on Saturday, June 3, 2017 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM. This indoor event is rain or shine.
The indoor show will feature a variety of woodcarving demonstrations including wood burning, chainsaw carving, wood turning, carving wooden faces, and walking sticks.
The carving competition will include carvers of different levels of skill to compete in their respective classes.
In addition to demonstrations and competitions, vendors will offer woodcarving tools and supplies for the beginner as well as the experienced carver.
Admission includes admittance to the carving show, the New England Carousel Museum, the Museum of Fire History, the Restoration Department, the two fine art galleries and the Museum of Greek Culture.
Admission prices for adults and seniors: $6.00; children between the ages of 4-14 are $3.50. The Museum is special needs accessible.
The Museum is located at 95 Riverside Avenue, Route 72 in Bristol, CT.
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