The 2016 wood N music Festival will be held over three days from June 17 to 19 in the historical Australian Institute of Country Music Building located at 26 Channon Street in Gympie. The festival will comprise of woodworking competitions in junior novice and open classes as well as a song writing competition, woodworking and musical workshops and entertainment from various groups of local and interstate artists.
IWCS is pleased and honored to introduce a new children’s book, Roboky and the Forest, an educative picture book for children and parents who wish to learn more about the nature.
There are three stories in the Roboky series. The first story Roboky and the Forest is about how Roboky first appeared in the story and how he met with a boy, and took him to the forests exploring the secret of the photosynthesis.
The audio storybook of Roboky and the Forest is published by Kaiseisha Press and now available in five different languages: Japanese, English, Chinese, French, and Korean. There are also e-book, printed book, and picture-card show versions available for the Roboky series.
IWCS invites everyone to be with Roboky to discover the Forest.
Link to Roboky (English): Book
The Oak Fair will once again be held on the August bank holiday weekend. For anyone who hasn't visited before, this is a special event for those interested in woodcraft, timber, conservation and the countryside. There is something that will appeal to all members of the family including over 200 exhibitors, events in our arenas including The Heavy Horse Logger team who compete a number of challenges over the weekend, Mere Down Falconry who bring a variety of birds of prey that put on amazing displays and Have A Go Archery which is available to everyone to try!
The 40th Annual Wooden Boat Festival will take place September 9, 10 and 11, 2016. Tickets for the 2016 Festival go on sale on July 1.
All the Festival RV spots for the 2016 Festival are filled as of 10/6/15. To be added to the waiting list, please email Catherine at email@example.com.
The annual Festival is the most educational and inspiring wooden boat event in the world.
• 300 boats on land and water
• 120 presentations
• Dozens of exhibitors
• Live music all day, every day
• Food court & local beers and wine
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Event Location: Kyoto University and other related facilities
Theme : Beauty and Technology in Wood Utilization
The objective of WoodSciCraft is to create positive grounds for better mutual understanding of wood, by gathering the different approaches and knowledge carried by academic scientists and researchers, and by wood crafts(wo)men.
The 1st edition, held in France (Montpellier) in 2014 was a success with nearly 130 participants from 14 countries, harmoniously shared between physical & natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, and crafts(wo)men of different woodworking specialities. Various formats of presentation were adapted to the diversity of participants and their occupations.
This 2nd edition in Japan will welcome propositions of oral and poster presentations, as well as commented demonstrations and/or commented exhibitions of wood craftsmanship.
Woodfair is a celebration of woodlands, forestry, timber, trees woodcrafts and much more...
The whole site holds two fields of stands, exhibits and displays and an amazing woodland full of demonstrations and activities.
Bentley Woodfair started in 1996 and continues to support local rural businesses and crafts while educating and entertaining families.
With demonstrations of machinery, tree climbing, childrens activities, lots of local food, a beer tent, and a really great atmosphere.
The MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival is held every two years and the next one's coming up from 10-13 February 2017. Hobart's historic waterfront will come alive with the colour and excitement of our rich maritime culture and history.
You will see hundreds of wooden boats, from magnificent tall ships to classic sailboats, rugged working boats to superbly detailed models. You'll have a chance to talk to the owners and builders, the crafts people and sailors, and shipwrights who still practice traditional skills every day.
if you are interesting about The MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival , please go to: Australian Wooden Boat Festival
World Wood Day is a cultural event celebrated annually on March 21st to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial and to raise awareness on the key role wood plays in a sustainable world. Starting from 2013, WWD celebrations were held in Tanzania, China, Turkey and Nepal respectively, involving participants from over 100 countries and regions.
2017 World Wood Day main celebration will be hosted in Los Angeles, USA where a wealth of cultural values root and flourish. this grand celebration will definitely become a feast of cultures. A wide variety of activities will be organized, including a symposium, woodcraft activities, design and architecture programs, folk art workshops, children's events, musical festival and a tree planting during the week of 21 March 2017. A film festival presenting the outcomes of wood culture documentaries will also debut in Hollywood.
IWCS cordially invite everyone to participate in the WWD annual celebration!
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