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January 01, 2020

July 4 to 7, 2017 at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Cloverdale, BC.
See for demonstrator, event, and registration information.

12-40 and Beyond - Adventure in Rural Life 14th Annual Tour July 23-24

April 22, 2016

This exciting self-guided Saskatchewan adventure in theBlaine Lake, Marcelin, Leask and Hafford area begins at a site of your choice. All venues are within a thirty minute drive from Blaine Lake. Red grain elevators direct guests to the many sites where welcoming smiles await your visit. We encourage you to bring your lunch and enjoy the relaxing setting of picnic sites at most venues.

You will discover unique and exciting venues in rural central Saskatchewan during this weekend. Enjoy the country roads that lead you through diverse landscapes andbreathtaking scenery. Visit art studios, an antique museum, a blacksmith shop, orchards and other significant venues that are signature of the fine talents of rural residents. Learn how to set a loom, temper hot steel, view or purchase paintings, art prints, art cards, mosaic tables and a variety of handmade items. Artisan and blacksmith demonstrations will be held all weekend.

The Hand Wave Gallery presents Steel Works

April 22, 2016

Steel Works is  an exhibition of metal sculpture by     
   M.Craig Campbell, Daryl Richardson , James Korpan,
           Les Potter and Rob Sexauer
     May 4 to June 9 in the Gallery
     May 4 to August 4 in the Grass Garden Maze
       Reception Sunday May 8, 2- 5 pm

Guild Members attend WDM Advanced Blacksmithing workshop

April 21, 2016

Many members of our Guild attended the WDM Advanced Blacksmithing course led by Mark Pearce of Cochrane, Alberta April 15-17. 

See more pictures on the WDM Facebook page:

Forging the future: WDM celebrates 100th blacksmithing course - NewsTalk 650

January 09, 2016

Students wipe their brow as they pull the glowing piece of iron from a bed of hot coals.

Metal meets metal and sparks fly as they slowly but surely pound the rod into a wedge shape.

The group of 10 are among the roughly 1,000 people who have taken part in the Saskatoon Western Development Museum's (WDM) blacksmith class. The program celebrated its 100th course over the weekend.

Blacksmithing still popular in Saskatoon at Western Development Museum - Metro News

February 10, 2016

An age-old tradition is attracting a sold-out crowd.

The Western Development Museum in Saskatoon offers a blacksmithing course four times a year and there is a wait list for every session.

Sean Garrett, a 28-year-old from Saskatoon, was in the class over the weekend and said it’s satisfying to fire up the forge and shape a piece of heavy metal.

“It’s part of our heritage and it’s just so cool,” said Garrett. “You make something out of nothing.”

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