Eugowra Men’s Shed set to open pop up shop this weekend | Forbes Advocate

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The Hugola Men’s Shed Group will open a “pop-up shop” in the old post office building behind Fat Purcell on Saturdays and Sundays, December 4-5. Business hours are from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm on both days. If you need to spend time creating more unique products, it is not possible to stay open on a regular basis, so the group decided to open four to five times a year on a fixed date. .. Most of the interesting and special items are made by members of the Men’s Shed, but some are made by Hugora men who are not members of the group. These are sold on consignment. Most timber is made of local red gum, iron bark and Cyprus. There is also a lumber called Hickory Wattle, which is obtained from the hill behind Hugola. Melbau wood is imported and used for decks and outdoor furniture. Victorian ash is the same lumber as Tasmanian oak. There are many beautifully crafted items such as wood buckets, milking stools, potted plants stands, golf club head hats and coat hangers, wall hangers for pots, mirrors, red gum stools, garden benches made of pallets and more. .. Wood, bird box, bird feeder, chopping block, tray, table server, children’s table, picnic table, adult size, wood box, wall art, hall stand, hammer head coat hanger, various ornaments, granite and Steelware, 6’metal reindeer, metal upright snake, metal rocket cooker, steel guitar, mobile phone and ipad holder, 3-piece garden setting, various candle holders, boot pullers, man cave table, Christmas tree, wooden decoration , Blue and white tweets Bird coat hangers and many more items. The men who made these unique items can attend the pop-up shop and answer questions about these products. Members order the items that people need. Currently, the group has 14 members and welcomes new members, including females. Some members are practical and others just go with them for sociable outings. The group will meet on Tuesday and Thursday. If you are interested in joining, please contact Ron Hay, David Hyde, or Ted Round. What do you think? Please fill out the online form below and send a letter to the editor. Our journalists are working hard to bring the latest news in the area to the community. To access trusted content:

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The Hugola Men’s Shed Group will open a “pop-up shop” in the old post office building behind Fat Purcell on Saturdays and Sundays, December 4-5.

Business hours are from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm on both days.

If you need to spend time creating more unique products, it is not possible to stay open on a regular basis, so the group decided to open four to five times a year on a fixed date. ..

Most of the interesting and special items are made by members of the Men’s Shed, but some are made by Hugora men who are not members of the group. These are sold on consignment.

Most timber is made of local red gum, iron bark and Cyprus.

There is also a lumber called Hickory Wattle, which is obtained from the hill behind Hugola.

Melbau wood is imported and used for decks and outdoor furniture. Victorian ash is the same lumber as Tasmanian oak.

There are many beautifully crafted items such as wood buckets, milking stools, potted plants stands, golf club head hats and coat hangers, wall hangers for pots, mirrors, red gum stools, garden benches made of pallets and more. .. Wood, bird box, bird feeder, chopping block, tray, table server, children’s table, picnic table, adult size, wood box, wall art, hall stand, hammer head coat hanger, various ornaments, granite and Steelware, 6’metal reindeer, metal upright snake, metal rocket cooker, steel guitar, mobile phone and ipad holder, 3-piece garden setting, various candle holders, boot pullers, man cave table, Christmas tree, wooden decoration , Blue and white tweets Bird coat hangers and many more items.

The men who made these unique items can attend the pop-up shop and answer questions about these products.

Members order the items that people need.

Currently, the group has 14 members and welcomes new members, including females. Some members are practical and others just go with them for sociable outings.

The group will meet on Tuesday and Thursday. If you are interested in joining, please contact Ron Hay, David Hyde, or Ted Round.

Please fill out the online form below and send a letter to the editor.

Our journalists are working hard to bring the latest news in the area to the community. Here’s how to access trusted content:

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