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NC-ABANA blacksmithing group events

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4th Quarter statewide meeting- December 8 at 9:00 A.M. 
Roger Barbour's Shop
Clayton, NC 
Program TBA

Dixie Classic Fair  website
Winston-Salem, NC 
Sept. 28  -  Oct. 7

North Carolina State Fair
Raleigh, NC
October 11-21, 2018 
www.ncstatefair.org 

 

Regional Blacksmith Groups of NC ABANA

Local groups hold their own meetings. Please contact the host to confirm date, time and location. Members may attend any of these meetings.

Triad Area Blacksmiths – Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point area. 
1st Tuesday 6:30PM for demos
3rd Saturday 9:00AM for business, and all day forging 
Meeting Location: Dixie Classic Fairgrounds, Winston Salem, NC 
Contact: Marshall Swaringen    (336) 998-7827    [email protected]

Southern Foothills Blacksmiths – Charlotte, Mooresville, Concord area. 
2nd Sunday, each month 
Contact: Steve Barringer  (Mooresville, NC)   (704) 660-1560   [email protected]

Triangle Blacksmith Guild – Central NC, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area. 
2nd Saturday, odd numbered months, location varies 
Contact: Randy Stoltz (Cary, NC)   (919) 481-9263    [email protected]

Brasstown Blacksmiths – Southwestern NC. 
3rd Tuesday, even numbered months, 5:00 PM to 9:00PM 
Starting in 2013 the meetings will be the third Tuesday evening of even numbered months. The locations will float around and folks can call Paul with questions and locations. The meeting time will be 5:00 PM until 9:00. 
Contact: Paul Garrett  (Brasstown, NC)  704-604-1777    [email protected]

Wilkes Teaching Forge (Millers Creek) 
Contact:  Lyle Wheeler  (336) 838-2284    [email protected]

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Looking forward to stopping by the blacksmith exhibit this fall at the 2019 State Fair! It was at last year's display that I met Mr. Randy Stoltz, I believe. He encouraged me to continue to pursue my interest in learning the craft. My goal is to put the forge that I have been able to assemble to use by the time this year's fait rolls around. The slow speed that I have worked is my own fault. I didn't get my forge built or find this site until I had done a considerable amount of over analyzing. Anyhow, see you there!

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