Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Thursday May 28th at 7:00 PM

How Did He Do That? 
Woodworking with Steve Carey

Have a home woodworking shop and love to create one-of-a-kind pieces? Wish you knew more about techniques and solving problems? Bring your questions to the library and ask Steve Carey! Stephen Carey has thrived in a home shop for over 40 years, making unique wood art using average tools and supplies. He has ‘been there and done that’ on a budget and knows how to help fellow amateur woodworkers succeed. Stephen’s involvement with woodworking began in a high school shop class and continues to this day, making woodworking a passion. He lectures in and around New Hampshire on such subjects as Segmented Wood Turning, Linear Radius TurningMulti-Generational Concepts and Design, Shop Design & Development and Simple Holiday Gifts You Can Do At Home. The proud parent of 3 boys and husband to his wife Carol, they live in rural New Hampshire where he enjoys woodworking and fly-fishing. You can check out Steve’s beautiful work in our display case at the library. This program is free and open to all.

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