On Saturday, April 9, on the Sturdy Howard home in Windsor,
Conn., Effective Woodworking contributing editor Steve Latta will
give a presentation on neoclassical particulars in early
19th-century furnishings. He additionally will reveal inlay and
stringing methods with Bob Van Dyke from the Connecticut
Valley Faculty of Woodworking.
The shows are a part of the Windsor Historic Society’s
1810 Day, a day-long program to deepen understanding of life in
1810. Attendees are free to come back and go all through the day and
pattern the shows that curiosity them. And you actually CAN
contact every little thing! The day consists of fireside cooking, musical and
residing historical past performances, a strolling tour of the historic
Palisado Inexperienced and Cemetery, and naturally demonstrations of
The entire occasion is free, however please register by April eight by
calling 860-688-3813. For extra data, together with a
schedule of occasions, go to www.WindsorHistoricalSociety.org.