Whittlers wanted for new hobby group

Rick Wiebe from Wood’N Wildcraft started a Monday night hobby group to teach people how to whittle.

  • Nov. 13, 2017 12:14 p.m.

Always wanted to learn how to }whittle?

Here’s your chance.

Rick Wiebe from Wood’N Wildcraft has started a new hobby group dedicated to teaching people how to whittle. The name of the group is the Keremeos Whittlers and they start meeting and carving at the New Beginnings Church (Across from Bear’s Fruit Stand) Mondays at 6:30 p.m. starting Nov. 13th.

Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary There are no fees and tools will be provided.

For more information contact Rick Wiebe at 250-499-7811 for more information.

For those more into the hobby, Wiebe is holding a two-day workshop at the Grist Mill. There is a cost involved. Call Wiebe for more details.

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