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The town of Dalton, Ga. is a delight... with easy access from I-75 between Atlanta and Chattanooga. It has many reasonably priced hotels close to the Convention Center, and an active town center which has lots of restaurants, antique shops, galleries, etc... the perfect place to explore!
Friday September 20, 2013 at 11:30 AM EDT
Sunday September 22, 2013 at 1:00 PM EDT
Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center
2211 Dug Gap Battle Road
Dalton, GA 30720
Jim Hardy - Chairman
Returning this year-
New this Year! A 4th Demonstration Room Dedicated to Tool Vendors:
This is your chance to watch respected woodturning tool makers as they turn with their own tools and explain the reasoning behind their designs. We believe this provides you a valuable opportunity that you won't find in any other symposium. (see the list of Vendor Demonstrators above)
Fundamental Skills Hands-On Area
This area will have a mini-lathe and skilled turners available to provide one-on-one answers to your questions about fundamental skills.
Always a favorite, the instant gallery will be on display throughout the symposium and we invite each participant to display up to four pieces of his/her work for all to enjoy.
For those of us who need "just one more tool" or some special pieces of wood, our Vendor Area will be stocked with tools, related equipment, supplies and beautiful wood during the entire show.
A delicious banquet dinner will be serverd Saturday evening. The price of the Banquet is included in your registration fee. Additional Banquet seating may also be ordered for spouses and/or friends not attending the symposium demonstrations.
With our long-time friend and Auctioneer, Tim Ryan, you are assured an enjoyable, laugh-filled, evening. Our auction will include donations of turned pieces, tools, supplies and wood donated by our attendees, our Vendors and GAW members. All proceeds from the auction support continuing education in woodturning through the GAW scholarship program. Each turner coming to the symposium is encouraged to donate a turned piece (or anything you choose) to the auction to support our scholarship fund.
- You may register On-line... this is the preferred method since your seat is immediately reserved, its easier...and you may pay your symposium fees with a personal check, credit card or PayPal.
- You may register by mail... fill out the paper registration form and mail with your personal check.
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Should you find it necessary to cancel your registration, please email us at email@example.com. Full refunds will be given until September 1, 2013.