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Wild Fowl Show Middle Creek
Wildlife Management Area
September 20th & 21st from 9am - 5pm each day
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area - 2 miles south
of Kleinfeltersville on Hopeland Road in Lancaster County will
hold its 17TH Annual Middle Creek Wild Fowl Show. The event will
be held on September 20th & 21st from 9am - 5pm each day.
Admission is free, but donations are graciously accepted and benefit
the Wildlands Trust Fund to preserve wild lands. The show features
over 60 wildfowl carvers and artists from as far away as Florida,
Rhode Island and Canada. Retriever demonstrations will be at 10am
and 12noon on Saturday, and at 11am and 2pm on Sunday. Two different
retriever clubs will display their dogs' abilities, both with
water retrievals, and upland retrievals. Decoy competitions will
be held at 1pm with the winners announced at 4pm on Saturday.
A goose and duck calling contest will be held at 2:30pm on Saturday.
For further information or directions, call 717-733-1512.
Tri-City Carvers Wood Carving &
Sunday September 28, 2003
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Horizons Center, Saginaw MI
o Wildlife Art
o Relief Carvings
o Carousel Animals
o Human Figures
o Chip carvings
o Carving Tools and Supplies
o Carving competition
o Chain saw carving demonstration
o Door Prize drawing for Fine Art Carvings at 3:30 PM
o Additional door prize drawings every hour
o Free parking
For more information visit the Tri-City Carvers web site HERE
3rd Annual Audubon Society of Rhode
Island Bird Carving and Wildlife Exposition
Saturday and Sunday, October 18 & 19, 2003, 10am-4pm
Admission $5/adult, $3/child
Come see some of New England's best bird and wildlife carvers
display their finest work. Carving demonstrations each day.
Audubon Environmental Education Center
1401 Hope Street (Route 114)
Bristol, RI 02809
More information HERE
Frankenmuth Carving Show
October 19, 2003 at Frankenmuth, MI High School
Wood Carvers Guild of Frankenmuth
More information HERE
22nd Annual Mid-South Woodcarving
Show and Competition
November 1st, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, November 2nd,
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Huntsville Depot Roundhouse
320 Church Street, NW
The North Alabama Woodcarvers Association's (NAWA) 22nd Annual
Mid-South Show and Competition will be held November 1st and 2nd,
2003, at the Huntsville Depot Museum Roundhouse, Huntsville, Alabama.
Booths for sales (no commission fee) are available for professional
and amateur woodcarvers. Cash prizes and ribbons will be awarded.
A security guard remains in the Roundhouse all night.
Divisions and Categories
Open Division, 18 Categories
Intermediate Division, 5 Categories
Local contact: (256) 881-5897, (256) 881-2544, (256) 864-2099,
or email NAWASHOW(at)YAHOO(dot)com.
Prizes will be awarded at 3:00PM Sunday. Winning carvers must
be present to receive their awards. Exhibits must remain in place
until 5:00PM on Sunday.
Wildlife Art & Carving Expo
November 8th & 9th
Carvers, artists, and collectors are looking forward to the
Wildlife Artisans 11th annual Wildlife Art & Carving
Expo which is sponsored by the Wildlife Artisans Association.
The show will be held on November 8th & 9th at the Topsfield
Fair Grounds ( Rt #1-Topsfield, Massachusetts). Hours 10-4 Sat,
Carvers and artists from all over the Northeast as well as
Canada and as far away as California usually compete. There are
many competition categories and the Massachusetts State Championship
will be awarded to the Best in Competition piece along with $600
which is co-sponsored by Wildlife Carving Magazine. There
will be wild bird demonstrations, carving demonstrations, vendor
booths, a mini-auction, a Saturday evening banquet, and plenty
of friendly carvers and judges to who will be happy to answer
questions on bird anatomy, carving techniques, painting etc. Mail-in
entries are welcome and will be handled professionally.
For more information call Jim White at 978-768-7218
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