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Lakeside Artisans Plan Anniversary Celebration

OSWEGO, NY – As part of its second anniversary celebration, Lakeside Artisans at 191 West First St. is sponsoring a demonstration of wood turning on the lathe by member John Ruttan.

The demonstration will take place in Lakeside Artisans’ shop in Canal Commons on March 2, from 1 to 3 p.m.

Lakeside Artisans member, John Ruttan, turning a large bowl.

Lakeside Artisans member, John Ruttan, turning a large bowl.

Ruttan spent many years selling his woodturned bowls, vases, pens and other items at craft fairs in the CNY region before becoming a member of the artistsans’ co-op, Lakeside Artisans.

He is also a member of CNY Woodturners and Saw Dust Woodchips, two regional groups of woodturner enthusiasts and has performed many demonstrations, including at the NYS Fair, with both groups.

For more information on the plans to celebrate Lakeside Artisanss anniversary, please contact us at 342-8880, lakesideartisans@gmail.com , or like us on Facebook.

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