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Ron Bryant will be heading down to the shed tomorrow for the wood craft open day.
Ron Bryant will be heading down to the shed tomorrow for the wood craft open day. Georja Ryan

IF YOU'RE up for a yarn and have a passion for wood work, tomorrow's wood crafters open day sounds like the ultimate event.

Lads and ladies with a knack for the saw and hammer are invited to attend the meet and admire the crafts on display.

Warwick Woodcrafters member Ron Bryant said there would be something on hand for everyone at the open day.

"From model cars and boats and everything," he said.

The club is constructing a Blue Care cubby house which they will give to the Blue Care organisation when it is completed.

The open day is usually held annually, but Mr Bryant said he and the rest of the club were keen to have one conducted each quarter so people could catch up and bring their partners to join in the barbecue.

The meet tomorrow will start off at about 10am, with a club meeting held beforehand, and go on until about 3pm.

The shed is on the corner of Glen Rd and Tooth St.

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