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The Georgia Custom Knifemakers' Guild is a non-profit entity dedicated to fostering and furthering the passion for custom knifemaking and related activities in Georgia. The Guild believes in promoting the craft through education and training and welcomes members of all skill levels.

Meeting News : Winter meeting GCKG in Statesboro, Feb. 10, 2018 9:00a.m.
Posted by Saunders, Jamey on 2018/1/19 23:10:00 (5 reads)
Meeting News

From Marsha:



Please contact Dave Smith at 678-641-9631 if you would be willing to do a demo at the meeting. Everyone loves to watch the demos, but we need folks to conduct the demos!!!! Please be willing to share your interest and knowledge. We can always learn something, even if it’s been done before! Thanks so much.

Anyone will be welcome to come by the Twins shop Friday after 2:00 to hang out and talk knives. Pot of chili and iced tea will be available to those who hang around.

Directions to Statesboro:
If you are traveling to Statesboro on I-16: At exit 116, turn north toward Statesboro on US 301/25. Go to the third traffic light, 8.7 miles, and turn left onto the US 25 Bypass. Go 2.5 miles and turn left onto Westside Rd. You will have gone through a caution light, a traffic light and will be turning left at the second traffic light. Bullock Academy is on the right. Westside Road may not be marked. Travel out Westside Road 4 miles to Fred Blitch Rd. and turn left. Look for a GCKG sign. Go down Fred Blitch Rd. 3.8 miles until it dead ends into Harvey Wilson Rd. Turn Left. Go for 1 mile on Harvey Wilson Rd and turn off onto Mt. Pisgah Church Rd. Look for guild signs. Go .2 miles to the deer crossing gate on left. Turn into deer crossing and follow the lane until you reach the shop.

GPS coordinates are: N32 degrees 26.950' W081 degrees 56.887'

Hope to see everyone in February!!!

Website News : Winter 2016 Edition of Steel and Fire available for download
Posted by Saunders, Jamey on 2016/1/15 20:00:00 (2550 reads)
Website News

This is the Winter 2016 edition of Steel and Fire, the GCKG's newsletter.

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