Blacksmithing Lesson #1: How to build a Blacksmith coal forge. A introductory video on how to build your own coal forge, by Chase Saxton.
Farmers' Market vendors to meet
“In the past we haven’t had all the vendors show up to this meeting because there hasn’t been much change to the laws from year to year,” Nancy Seaman said. “However, we’ve been told that this year there are more changes than usual. We’re hoping that all the vendors can show up to the meeting.”
Seaman said that about five or six new vendors have expressed interest in joining the market this year. Any vendors who wish to attend the meeting, or for more information about the market, should contact Seaman at 765-366-3133.
“It’s just going to be a
general informational meeting, but there will be some new information the vendors should know,” she said.
The Farmers’ Market will start back up again for the year from 8 a.m. to noon April 20 in the parking lot north of the courthouse.
“We’ll probably start slow this year with just some plants and seedlings, maybe some breads and jams, as well,” she said. “We plan on extending the hours to 2 p.m. and adding Wednesday nights as we get later in the season and more vendors join in, probably sometime around June.”
Brotherhood of Steel: ERAU Blacksmithing Club
- “I burn coal in my forge. No one wants coal smoke coming in out of their balconies. We've looked at it, we've had engineers look at it — we can't extend the chimney 75 feet. It wouldn't be structurally sound. So, basically it's going to shut down my
- While still employing a traditional coal forge, hammers and anvils, the Brotherhood of Steel has brought blacksmithing out from the dark ages into the light at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Cameron Schmitt, a graduating senior is the founder
- $20 per person per class. 276-608-9904 or email@example.com. BLACKSMITHING CLASSES: Bristol, Va., Reedy Creek Road, Blacksmith Greg Shaffer of Three Springs Forge and Holston Mountain Artisans offering beginning blacksmith classes, Saturdays at