I'd love to see a metal lathe demo (if they have one)...I spoke to Randy, the SW Houston Woodcraft Manager, this morning. It will be no problem for us to hold a meeting there - we just need to confirm the date & time and give him an idea of the number of attendees.
The classroom is available on Sat April 16 & April 30. I suggest about 10 am to 2 pm. There is a Subway nearby where we could get a lunch platter - probably about $5-$8 per person depending on how many attendees we have.
SO, to get things started.....
Which of those days would you prefer?
What kind of demos are you interested in seeing (or presenting)?
I like the way you think, Wayne.Hey Ed,
Mind you I don't really expect it to happen but I was thinking we could invite Gordon (flyitfast) down to show off his World Trade Center set, and also invite Mark James to bring the IAP collection down. I know these are longshots but hey its worth a try! I just thought of someone else that would be more likely to come and would be fun and is right here in Houston, Doc Shreenath (Wizard), his work is pretty amazing and it would be fun to hear a little about his process.
Sorry you won't be able to make it, Bobby. We'd sure like to have you - I really enjoyed meeting & visiting with you at our last gathering.Damnit! Don't want to miss it sounds like out will be the coolest meeting yet! Even though i can't be there thank you ed and Monty for putting in such an effort!
Great to hear, Justin. We are looking forward to having you both join us. And welcome aboard!!Count me in as well. I will be bringing a friend. (two people total).
As you may notice, this is my first post. I have been reading and learning from you all for some time now. I appreciate all the work that has gone into the documentation and explanations for us newbies.
I look forward to meeting all those that can come.