Welcome to Whittlers, Woodcrafters and Whirligiggers.
On Fathers’ Day, Sunday June 16, all morning (9 a.m. to noon) there is a pancake breakfast served at the Grist Mill Tea Room.
From 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fathers’ Day day, the gardens will be dedicated to Whittlers, Woodcrafters and Whirligiggers.
Whatever you enjoy about wood or like turning out from wood, bring it along. Visitors can revel in the Grill Mill wooden artifacts as well as the skill, craft and artistry of those who work in wood with axe, chainsaw, froe, chisels, knives, saws, hammers, glue, drills, shellac, saws, sandpaper.
Furniture, boxes, planters, statuary, plaques, spoons, toys, sculpture, sticks, wands, traditional, modern, rustic, refined – if it’s in wood, it’s welcome on Fathers’ Day.
If you would enjoy giving a workshop about your woodcraft, talk to Dave Cursons at The Grist Mill Heritage Club: (250-499-5417).
Also call Dave if you would like to volunteer in helping out at Fathers’ Day.
The Keremeos Grist Mill and Gardens are open seven days a week 9 am to 5 pm through to Thanksgiving Monday.
If you would like to sell your wares on Fathers’ Day or at the mill gift shop talk to Grist Mill operator, Chris Mathieson, 250-499-2888
If you have ideas for interesting or exciting events through this 2013 Season call Dave 250-499-5417 or Chris at 230-499-2888.