January 10th & 11th.
Lie-Nielsen staff will be on-site to help demystify the world of hand tool woodworking. You are encouraged to get hands on and ask plenty of questions.
For more information on Lie-Nielsen and their heirloom quality hand tools visit lie-nielsen.com.
This year’s trip was again at Montague Harbour, Galiano Island. A beautiful site and what gorgeous weather we had! Got to witness an amazing sunset and went boating around the islands. We are so lucky to live in such a beautiful place!
Everyone has been touched by cancer, whether a family member, friend or yourself.
You can show your support by purchasing one of the following:
Walking Sticks: $10 ($5 of which will be donated) great for summer hikes!
Box of Kindling: Stock up for the winter each pre-packaged box is $20 ($15 will be donated). Wow! That should warm your heart and your home!
All donations will be sent to the BC Cancer Foundation.
Reg. # 604007
Thank you to everyone you filled out our survey. It was a pleasure reading all your comments, so thank you for making us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
We are pleased to announce the winner of the $50 Starbucks Gift Card is Wayne Phillips pictured here with Shelley having a laugh.
Some Survey Highlights:
“I have been a customer for 30 years.When I first bought wood at your old locale I picked through the woodpile to find the very best pieces and was given the eye by the father of the company and was warned to pile everything back the way it was.I think it was all on fun though.So it was an introduction from me that I wanted only the best. Through the years I have always been given the finest of service and am very comfortable dealing with Jan , Lars, and Shelly and all the other new comers. Thank you folks ,you’re a fine bunch and will continue to visit you for a very long time.”
“In my mind it is important to be able to support other small businesses in our community. I have really appreciated the customer service that I received. The only downside is distance from Victoria, but it is worth the journey.”
Come out and support the Graduating Class of Camosun’s Fine Furniture program. On now, until June 28th, 8am-8pm daily.
Joel Radford, Flooring Manager says:
“Overall the show seemed worthwhile. Of the three days Saturday was the busiest with lots of people. Lots of newbies discovering West Wind products for the first time and took brochures/cards. The improved booth had a positive impact. The countertops etc. showed a more fleshed out picture of our products and were a great way to engage with attendees.”
We’re expanding to the Vancouver Home/Garden/Design Show. There are choices folks: Spring vs. Fall. Do you have a thought? Where there’s an opinion, there’s a willing ear. Let us know by answering this poll:
You can also drop Joel an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.