Cape Town is to have its first Working with Wood Show in conjunction with Spiros Mica at the Polo Club Durbanville Racecourse. – Friday March 31st to Sunday April 2nd
Working with Wood in conjunction with Spiros Mica their retail partners will stage their very first show in Cape Town at the Polo Club at Durbanville Racecourse from Friday March 31st to Sunday the 2nd of April. The Working for Wood shows have grown in popularity countrywide, the Cape Town show now extends their annual shows to five.
“The plan going forward is to have a major show in every province, for many years, we have been looking for the ideal venue in Cape Town for our Working with Wood Shows,” said Ryan Hunt Sales Director Vermont Sales the founders of the Working for Wood brand and shows. “We seem now to have found an ideal venue at the Durbanville Racecourse Polo Club. Now all the Capetonians will have the opportunity to see the latest in tools from all over the world, along with some great demonstrations.”
The Working with Wood exhibitions all started on the Garden Route, the very first exhibition taking place in Knysna, the event quickly established itself as a leading wood working and tool show in South Africa, becoming Africa’s most diverse Woodworking and Woodcraft event with over 2,500 visitors annually attending the shows and enjoying the impactful engagement with wood.
Top South African and international demonstrators will all be at the Cape Town Show to share their woodworking skills and crafts from woodturning, carving, chair-making, sharpening, pyrography, boatbuilding to furniture making. Everything timber related and eco related, from mobile milling of slabs, to fine furniture and sculptures, sustainable alternatives for the home and natural resource management displays. This show will highlight sustainable timber production and the latest tools and technology from all over the world.
The latest leading international brands will all be on display such as Tork Craft, Bessey, Triton, Pro-Tech router bits, Kreg, Festool, Saw Stop, Armor, DMT, Nes, Olfa. Felo, Rawl Plug, Alpen, GAV air products, Bondhus, Drill Doctor, Mag Switch, Spring Tool, Fixman, MPS, Josef Haunstetter and many more amazing quality international brands. will be on display along with the many demonstrations, tips, and interfacing with all the leading wood working experts.
“All the latest tools will also be available to purchase from Spiros Mica at the show so one can see the demonstrations, test the tools, ask the experts and buy the latest in tools from the show,” said Greg de Villiers Sales Manager Vermont Sales. “This event promises to be well worth your while to attend as we have a fantastic menu of working with wood topics, presentations, demonstrations and workshops. This show is all about working with wood, and demonstrates the latest unique innovative technically advanced tools and accessories in the market today. We will have the complete spectrum of tools and solutions for the woodworking industry that includes the professional, hobbyist and all DIY’ers this show cannot be missed by all wood working fans,” said de Villiers.
Trading times; Friday 31st March & Saturday 1st April – 8am to 6pm. Sunday 2nd April – 8am to 5pm. Light meals and refreshments will be available at the show. Marco Polo Club Infield Durbanville Racecourse GPS coordinates – GPS – 33ᵒ50’35.18”S 18ᵒ38’31.21”E
For more information contact Working with Wood, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the web site www.workingwithwood.co.za or call them on 011 314 7711