Event Day Info
Saturday, September 30th, 2017. 8 am to 3 pm, here at our facility. Most vendors are indoors, so the event will go on rain or shine. We will have several free door prizes, please make sure to get your free raffle ticket and place it into the bin for the prize you hope to win.
Parking and traffic flow notes: For safety and smooth traffic flow, we ask all visitors to pull into our parking lot on the right hand side and head to the rear of the building for parking. We will have traffic signs (arrows) pointing you to where you need to go.
Below we have a list of vendors and displaying guests, so please make sure your see them all.
We hope you have an enjoyable experience at this spectacular event.
Bill Bush will be demonstrating sanding and finishing techniques.
Demonstration times are 10:30 am and 1:30 pm.
Central CT Wood Turners Guild
Members will be on hand to demonstrate turning practices. They will be in our lumber mill area. Please check them out and maybe you can make a souvenir!
New England Saw & Log
Don’t miss watching logs and timbers being cut into boards. It is always fascinating to watch a bandsaw mill make quick work of a log. A portable saw mill will be on site for the day in our parking lot.
Antique Tool Dealers
We will have many tables of antique tools for sale from our good friends.
Moore’s Saw Mill
Talk to one of Connecticut’s local sawyers and kiln operators.
Senco & Grex Pin and Nail Guns
Demo models and, Professional rep available for your questions and order
Custom Wood Turnings
We have 2 different displays of amazing wood turning projects.
Model Wooden Boats
Jim is bringing a few pieces from his collection of over 30 operating model wooden boats. All the lumber in them is from Parkerville Wood Products. From his quality craftsmanship you may think these are just displays, but as Jim says, he builds them to run, get wrecked and he fixes them to run again.
FULL Size Wooden Boat
Deb has won the best owner built boat and sail award 2 years ago at the Wooden Boat Show in Mystic, CT. We have a posting on our site under Marine products regarding this accomplishment. This year she has made another boat and will have it here on display. The story behind her motivation is more captivating than the boat itself. DO NOT leave without talking to Deb.