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Monthly Meeting - Woodturning Mystery Solved

  • 24 Jun 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Nevada City Elks Club, 518 Highway 49, Nevada City, CA

Monthly Meeting - June 24, 2020 


This coming Wednesday (24th) at 6:30pm, the monthly meeting of Gold Country Woodturners will have a demonstration that will resolve this question that has plagued artisans since the discovery of the wheel.

Is it a round square bowl?   Or is it a square round bowl?


In our second online meeting, the live demonstration will take you through the process of starting with a square of wood and developing within and on it nearly endless varieties of intriguing partially round shapes.  Some embellishment techniques will also be demonstrated.  This is a good turning project for beginners to advanced turners.   

Bill Juhl will be the demonstrator, and this will be coming to you live from his shop immediately following a brief club business session.

The demo and meeting will be brought to you using Zoom via the internet.

Steve Danner will send a link to you the day of the meeting. … in the half hour before meeting start time click on the link and it will take you into the waiting room prior to the start of the meeting and you’ll be all set.

To participate in the meeting you need to have:

  • Access to the internet
  • One of the following devices
    • Windows PC, either laptop or desktop
    • Mac
    • Chromebook
    • Microsoft Surface
    • Tablet device that can operate a browser such as Apple iPad, Android or Amazon Fire
    • Smartphone (iPhone or Android)
  • To be seen by others in the meeting you must have a camera on the computer or a separate Webcam.   This is not necessary unless you wish to be seen or wish to show an item
  • To be able to talk or ask questions for example, you must have a microphone either built in or as an attachment.
  • In all cases you can access the meeting by using a browser and connecting to Zoom

Monthly meetings include a display of members turned items and a raffle.  Guest and members of the public are always welcome. 

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