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post #1 of 6 Old 10-16-2008, 09:38 AM Thread Starter
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Turning supply in S.E wisconsin

Im looking for a place that might give lessons, and sell supplies for turning in south east wisconsin.

Any suggestions would be great
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Do you have a Woodcraft close by? They generally have weekend workshops. Also, try your local technical college
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I don't know how far "southeast" you are, but the turning club in Madison meets at The Woodcraft Store. They have several clinics on tap for the winter months also. The store is well versed in turning and has a good supply of tools and finishes and also some nice blanks for purchase.

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Im in Racine
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Milwaukee Area Woodturners
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Meeting Location:
Milwaukee Woodcraft1725 S 108th St
West Allis, WI

Meeting Info: 1st Monday
Contact Information
Scott Kosteretz
N9025 Army Lake Rd
East Troy, WI 53120
Phone: 202-642-2404
Email: [email protected]
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Number of Members: 65
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I got this off the AAW site. There are a couple of other clubs in the area too.

http://www.woodturner.org/community/...apters.asp#150

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Thanks for that info...I will check it out
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