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Keep an eye here for updated information!

The 2016 RGV Woodcarving Show and the Rally on the Rio went well.

Planning has begun on the 2017 show and rally. The 2017 Show and Rally information will be posted on Sept. 1, 2017. The booklets will be mailed at that time as well.

Judges for the 2017 Competition will be Carolyn Halbrook and James Thalacker.

Remember to send in change of address to Jim for the mailing list and Directory.

Have a good summer.

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The Rio Grande Valley Woodcarvers, founded in 1983, meets weekly at 8:00 A.M. on Thursday mornings, October through March, at the Nomad Shrine Club, in Pharr, TX.  They come together to follow a common passion: woodcarving.  There is always another carver available to share ideas and give advice.  Carvers of any skill level are always welcome. Visitors are always welcome to look over a shoulder and ask questions.


           THE RGV WOODCARVERS SPONSORS
              TWO MAJOR EVENTS EACH YEAR:

      Rio Grande Valley Woodcarving Show and Sale
     Click here to reserve your Table - Complete form & mail

Friday and Saturday, January 20 -21, 2017. The show features a judged competition, demonstrations and the sale of carving supplies, roughouts, tools, carvings, and many displays. Both members and non-members may enter the competition.


                    The RALLY ON THE RIO
Instructors wanting to teach at the 2017 RALLY should click here and complete their application by June 1, 2016.

Featuring 6 days of carving classes, January 23 - 28, 2017, with well-known instructors. Classes vary in length from one - six days, according to the complexity of the project. Classes begin at 8:00 A.M. and end for the day at 4:30 P.M.


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RIO GRANDE VALLEY WOODCARVERS, INC

For more information contact:

Fred Stenman (320) 253-2132   E-mail: fstenman@msn.com
Jim Crawford (956) 279-6013   E-mail: whittlinsam@outlook.com



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