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Title: LUMBERJACK DEMO
Description: About 40 years ago, Jack Riese began his chainsaw career by transforming telephone poles into totem poles. This unique form of art was inspired by his interest in Native American culture. His early work was done by hand; chiseling away piece by piece to obtain his sculpture. People loved his work, and soon by popular demand was doing competitions and programs.
Come see how Jack and his carving partner Pat Holbert, transform a tree stump, with the help of a chain saw, ladder, a concept, and imagination into a finished sculpture!
Facility: Miller Nature Preserve: SPECIAL USE
Meeting Place: Lobby
Program Date:
11/18/18
Time: 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Age Range: All
Maximum # of people: N/A
Openings: N/A
Supervisor: Linda Paull
Contact Supervisor:
Program Topic: Arts
Registration: No registration required
Registration Closes: 11/18/18
Price: Enter the number of people to be registered in the box and then click Register

Fee - $0.00
 


For offline registrations or further information
please call (440) 458-5121, unless another number
is given in the program description.