2019 PBA Fall Confrence

PRAIRIE BLACKSMITH’S ASSOCIATION 2019 FALL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM

                Saturday and Sunday SEPTEMBER 21 & 22, 2019

BLACKSMITHING WORKSHOP TWO DAY, LIMITED SPACE

                Monday and Tuesday September 23 & 24 2019

Garrett Elting  DEMONSTRATOR Blades and Damascus (pattern welding)

Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day

Location; Trails and Rails Museum blacksmith shop (710 W. 11th St. Kearney, NE 68845)

                   Camping is available on site. But there are no RV hook ups. 

Contact: Bruce Fells (402-540-4585, fellspalmyra@aol.com)

We will have Iron in the Hat, so please bring an itemfor the auction.

Bring your work to display in the gallery and let everyone see your efforts.

Must be a PBA member to attend. Dues of $25.00 at time of registration if not current for end of 2019!*

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TWO –DAY CONFRENCE, September 21&22          $100.00———————-

ONE –DAY CONFRENCE,                                              $60.00———————-

TWO—DAY WORKSHOP, September 23&24         $150.00———————

CURRENT DUES –PBA        $25.00———————

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Meals will be on your own, at local café, or arranged by those in attendance. 

Mail registration form and fees to Prairie Blacksmith Association % Bruce Fells, 525 J rd. Palmyra, NE 68418

Student should arrange to have tools to use for the workshop.

GARRETT ELTING

Garrett has been blade-smithing for about five years. He and his father started Steel Pig Forge in early 2014 after his return from four years of service in the Marine Corps. “After two deployments and four years from home, it was nice to reconnect with my dad over a common interest that we both enjoy. My favorite part about making blades is forging the steel. Being able to manipulate bars of steel into patterns and shapes, then forging it into knives is very rewarding. Forging is a sort of therapy for me; it calms me and clears my mind. I want to be able to share with other veterans and anyone that wants to learn.”

Oh yeah I should mention Garrett was on Forged in Fire!

 

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