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SPOON MOOT 3

Better late than never, ORSN and Mount Wolfe Spoon Club are pleased to announce the third annual SpoonMoot on Saturday October 2nd 2021 10pm-5pm

 

Places are limited so book early.

 

 

 

We welcome all abilities and will be offering a beginner workshop (10 places. Select General Admission-Beginner Workshop on Eventbrite) and possibly intermediate/ advanced workshops as well (if you would like to host one please get in touch 

 

We will also be holding a lunch-time SpoonZoot (SpoonMoot+Zoom) between 12-2pm EST so folks who can't attend can check in with friends and share their work or just see what's happening!

There will be tea/coffee/ soft drinks available and we would like to do a potluck lunch so bring something to share; however if you are uncomfortable bring your own!

What to Bring

Spooncarving tools

Axe blocks (we have some)

Wood (we have some)

Appropriate Clothing for all weather!

A smile

COVID

We are keeping an eye on the changing COVID situation and will update accordingly. This may include cancellation at short notice. The event will be held in accordance with Ontario Stage 3 reopening regulations which currently hold at this time, including screening, physical distancing and/or wearing of masks at this time. If you are uncomfortable with these measures we will also be holding a lunchtime "SpoonZoot" where you can attend virtually. 

Any queries or questions please get in touch

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SpoonMoot- A Very Short History

In October 2019 ORSN and Mount Wolfe Spoon Club hosted the 1st Ontario Spoon Moot (see below). Twenty-five carvers new and old bought slojd and hook knife, carving axe and spoon mule to Mount Wolfe Farm in Caledon in Southern Ontario, and a good time was had by all! As far as we are aware this was the first official large gathering of Spoon Carvers in the province, following in the woodchips of the UK's Spoonfest, Minnesota's Spoon Gathering and Australia's SpoonJam. 

Things weren't looking so good in 2020 because of COVID but we wanted to keep the fire alive, so a few brave souls practiced a very safe and soically distanced Moot on October 34th 2020. Due to technical difficulties our first SpoonZoot didn't go ahead.

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