18thAnnual Weaverville Hammer-In
Held at the Jake Jackson Museum in Weaverville, California. Take Hwy 299 West from Redding or East from Eureka. Prepare for wet weather and snow is possible. This is a hands on workshop. Bring forge, anvil and tools if you like but we have several available to use. Safety glassess are a must as well as hearing protection. Registration fee $50.
New dates: March 19,20 and 21, 2015
Jake Jackson Museum
780 Main St (Hwy 299), Weaverville CA
(530) 623-5211, www.TrinityMuseum.org
|Daily||-||9am to 5pm|
|Steak Dinner||-||6pm saturday|
at the Veterans Hall
|Auction||-||follows the dinner|
|John Barron||-||Handrail design and construction|
|Ian Brooks||-||Flypress techniques and tooling|
|John Emmerling||-||Power hammer safety and flat die drawing|
|Tom Laman and George Dunajski||-||Chasing and repoussse with pitch pot|
|Dusek, Coyne and LImb||Group project and team work|
|Mike Hricziscse||-||Power hammer projects|
To participate hands-on in forging: $50, includes Saturday evening dinner and auction.
RSVP: Bill Bradford, 530/623-6598 or Rod Plew, 530/623-3536.
If you can help with a main dish or other for our potluck meals, contact Patsy Medin at 530/623-2742. Vegetarian selections upon request.
Public: come watch, free. Additional Saturday Evening meal, $20. And there's no admission charge for the auction.
|49er Gold Country Motel||-||530/623-4937|
|Red Hill Motel||-||530/623-4331|
|Sidney Gulch RV Park||-||530/623-6621|
|Indian Creek Lodge||-||530/623-6294|
About the Blacksmith & Tinshop...