The following demonstrations are just some of the free demonstrations that are included with your general admission ticket.
Sponsored by the Lancaster County Woodcarvers and the Conewago Carvers
Try your hand at carving a Five-Minute Owl, or watch a simple power carving demonstration.
Sponsored by the Tri-County Scrollers and Wood Crafters
Learn to use a scroll saw under the watchful eyes of expert sawyers. Cut a simple animal puzzle on one of the safest woodworking tools: a scroll saw.
Sponsored by the South Central PA Woodturners
Turn a rectangular piece of wood into a work of art under the watchful eyes of expert turners. Turn a pen or watch one of the experts transform a hunk of wood into something else before your eyes.
Zoe Boni and Joe Dussia, of Appalachian Arts Studio deftly use chainsaws to turn logs and huge chunks of wood into benches, bears, and other works of art. Zoe and her work are featured in Fox Chapel Publishing’s Art of Chainsaw Second Edition.
Totem Pole Carving
Stephan Forrin shows the finer points of carving an authentic native-style totem pole before your eyes.
Watch Chris Lubkemann create cool creatures using just twigs and branches and a knife.