Mar 5, 2010

Wood-Turning Classes Available in Downtown Mount Gilead

Linda Burnett of New London always wanted to work with wood. The retired music teacher is assuming the role of a student while her instructor, Jack Reyome, shows her how to turn an eye piece for a maple kaleidoscope. Reyome’s studio is located in the Piedmont Center for the Arts at 113 North Main Street in downtown Mount Gilead.

Burnett is a mentor with the Montgomery County Communities in Schools program. In addition to making her own prize pieces, she wanted to find out if Reyome’s studio would be appropriate for her to bring some 10-year old students to learn how to turn wood, thus developing a possible career interest. For information about classes, call 704-904-6813.

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