Regional Meetings: Regional Meetings Set for Connecticut and Ohio

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Regional Meetings: Regional Meetings Set for Connecticut and Ohio


EAIA Joins the Tinsmith-Coppersmith Convergence at Sauder Village, Ohio

The Early American Industries Association and a gathering of tinsmiths and coppersmiths invite everyone from sheet metal workers and blacksmiths to historians, collectors, and students to the TinsmithCoppersmith Convergence at Sauder Village, Archbold, Ohio, from Friday, June 25 to Sunday, June 27, 2010.

Participants will have the opportunity to trade and sell tools, exchange ideas, learn historically accurate methods of manufacturing, and see newly discovered techniques. Among the highlights of the program are the hot dipping of tin sheets. There will be hands-on experiences for registered participants, and all are invited to observe scheduled demonstrations. Tool trading is Saturday morning and is open to all.

Located in northwest Ohio, Sauder Village is the state's largest living history destination. The historic village includes more than forty relocated homes and shops as well as a large and varied collection including farming equipment, furnishings, clothing and textiles, communications equipment, household accessories, tools and equipment of various trades, gas and steam equipment, and transportation.

Participant registration is only $25 per family before May 15, 2010. At the time of the meeting, you may walk in and pay regular Village admission of $ 1 2/adults or $6/students. If you wish to participate during the meeting and have not pre-registered, there is an additional fee of $30 per family.

A block of rooms is being held until May 15, 2010, at the Sauder Heritage Inn at the Village; calls 800-590-9755 to reserve a room at the discounted rate of $85 a night. There is a buffet on Saturday evening at the Barn Restaurant for only $14.25/person, but pre-registration required. Make your registration check payable to "Tintinkers." Registration and other information is available by contacting Bob Bartelme, 1460 County Road A, West Bend, WI 53090; or by phone (414-463-8042) or e-mail(bob@tintinkers.org).

Come to Connecticut to Celebrate the 300th Birthday of Governor Jonathan Trumbull

On Sunday, September 19, 2010, the EAIA will hold a regional meeting in Lebanon, Connecticut, co-hosted by ATTIC at the Lebanon Historical Society Museum. …

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