KMS Tools to host woodworking demonstration seminars

KMS Tools hosts a woodworking seminars Thursday to Saturday under a big tent at the company’s Kelowna store.

The scent of fresh cut cedar will drift through the crisp autumn air, colliding with the aroma of onions, smokies and buttery popcorn, for a special event coming up in Kelowna.

KMS Tools will host a series of woodworking seminars under a big tent set up at the company’s Kelowna store, 158 Penno Rd.

Inside the 3,500 square-foot tent, there will be much to do, see and learn.

There will be woodworking tool manufacturer representatives on hand, live demonstrations throughout  the day and many special product sales.

The event will run from Thursday to Saturday. If you have an interest in wood turning, carving, cabinet making, scroll sawing or any other form of woodworking, experts will be on hand to offer advice and pass on their knowledge.

The free seminars will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day, including “The Crazy Canadian Woodmaker” Paul Moore.

Admission is free as will the smokies, a pop, popcorn and a pair of the safety glasses for the first 100 people through the door on each of the three days.

Also look for Tools For The World booth,  which will talk about a donated tool program that is assisting people in Third World countries that wouldn’t otherwise have access to tools of any kind.

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