West Coast Horn Fair

1st Annual West Coast Horn Fair

April 1 & 2, 2011

 The Heathman Lodge,    Vancouver, Washington

Please plan to attend this premier event held at the luxurious Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, Washington and see horn work by some of the West Coast’s leading craftsmen. A full selection of horn working seminars will be presented Friday and Saturday, the topics which include the following.

Click here to download flyer and registration.

Click here to register for lodging at The Heathman Lodge

West Coast Horn Fair

The 2011 West Coast Horn Fair will be held Friday, April 1, 2011 at 9:00 am PDT till Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 5:00 pm PDT at the Heathman Lodge, Vancouver, WA.
FRIDAY, April 1st 2011
9 AM Register
10-11 AM Powder Horn Design and What to Look for in a Horn
                      by Scott Morrison
11-12 AM Beginning Powder Horn Construction
                     by Jim Smith
1 – 2  PM Advanced Horn Construction (Bands, Applied and Screw Tips, etc.)  Round Table Discussion let
                     by Scott Morrison and Steve Skillman.
2 – 3  PM Beginning Scrimshaw Techniques
                     by Glen Sutt
3 – 4  PM Period Correct Scrimshaw
                     by Steve Vance
SATURDAY, April 2nd 2011
9 AM Register
10-11 AM Tansel Family Horns
                     bySteve Vance
11-12 AM Custom Made Tools
                    byDave Rase
1 – 2  PM Historical Designs & Materials of Original Horns
Round Table Discussion led
                    by Steve Skillman
2 – 3  PM Manufactured Horns 
                   bySteve Skillman
3 – 4  PM How To Fix Mistakes – Round Table Discussion
                   Please bring examples
6 PM Banquet –  Awarding of Ribbons and Raffle Prizes.

For more information contact:
John Shorb
PO Box 1922
Morro Bay CA 93443

Membership to the Honourable Company Of Horners is not required to attend this event.

By special arrangements with the Heathman Lodge, we will give away a stay in a suite for one lucky person that pre-registers no later than March 20th , 2011.

Email us at info@powderhornsandmore.com with more questions. Please include a phone number if you want to be called back.

Copy from Contemporary Makers

2 Responses to “West Coast Horn Fair”

  1. John Pratt Says:

    I make day horns in the Indiana/Ohio tradition. Indiana cow horn is small and lemds itself to flat horns. I really enjoyed the scrim on the horns. i wish that I had the hand to do something like this. What tools do you use? I assume India ink is the filler.
    John Pratt
    Hornbender 1825
    Me-To-Cin-Ya Long rifles

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