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The Beauty and Versatility of Wood - June 9th and 10th


The annual south coast regional woodcraft exhibition and sale will be held in Central Tilba over the June long weekend.

This is your chance to explore the versatility, tactile experience and visual beauty of the wood artisan’s craftsmanship and to ask any of those ‘how to’ questions you’ve been saving up. Be it joinery, carved, turned, sculpted – decorative, functional or just plain quirky - you’ll find it on show or for sale.

As always, the exhibition will showcase the work of fine wood crafters from north of Batemans Bay to south of Eden. There will be hundreds of exquisitely handcrafted items on display and for sale, and you can watch the magic of wood turners at work, with demonstrations held throughout the weekend.

Whether you’re looking for inspiration, to buy some fine woodwork, to have those ‘how do they do that?’ questions answered, to watch an artisan at work, or you just want to appreciate the look and feel of finely finished timber, the Tilba Woodwork Exhibition and Sale caters for you. Check out ‘Narooma Woodies’ (Facebook) or http://www.eurobodalla.com.au/whats-on for more information.

Enter the raffle and cast your vote in the ‘People’s Choice’ award.

The event will be held at the Central Tilba Halls on Saturday 9 June (9.00 am – 4.00 pm) and Sunday 10 June (10.00 am – 3.00 pm). Cost is $2 for adults, with free entry for children under 12. MasterCard and Visa facilities will be available.

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