Woodcarving demo held in Clyde

Artisan in the Mountains will host a woodcarving demonstration featuring the Pigeon River Woodcarvers Club from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 30, at 99 Depot Street in Clyde. 

Pigeon River Woodcarvers Club was founded in 1997 by Frank Burchfield of Waynesville. The club has nine active members, three of which are charter members and meet every Saturday afternoon. The purpose and mission of the club is to promote woodcarving as an art of the mountain region. This is achieved by attending several festivals for demonstration and carving shows for competition. The club also wants to increase their membership numbers and welcomes anyone with an interest in the art.

The demonstration is free and open to the public.

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