Open House: Going Public

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Saturday, the 29th, 4-7pm

What I mean is: I’ll be working in public, out in the open so everyone can see. Knotty Woodpecker is moving into the Castle! That would be the cool castle building on North Broadway, Rochester MN, as a member of the Threshold Arts group.

It’s a new workspace where you can see the work and see me work, with traditional hand tools. You can even come in and say hi! Ask questions or tell me what you think. I might look a little dazed if you catch me working on a project, but really, I do like to stop and chat.

I’m the noisy one of the group when the hammers come out, but I don’t want to upset anyone. Some say it makes the space feel more lively. Come see it for yourself! We’re having an open house party, plus Choochoo-ca-chew with tasty treats. This Saturday, the 29th, 4-7pm. Come check it out and share your thoughts. I’d love to hear what you like and what you’d like to see.

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