Woodturning demonstration

Wednesday 18 August 2021 Wood artist Martien van Vliet gives a demonstration of wood turning. For 20 years he has been making the most diverse forms and art objects. Martien goes to work in the museum and also exhibits previously made creations. The demonstration is free to visit for visitors to the museum. Opening hours: from 10 am to 5 pm.

Practical

  • 1 to 20 persons

  • De Waal

  • Cultural and Museums

  • adults and children


Location

Museum Waelstee. Hogereind 6, 1793 AG De Waal.



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Museum Waelstee

Museum Waelstee

In the smallest village of Texel, De Waal, you will find Museum Waelstee. The museum about the cultural history of Texel. Texel History Imagine yourself in the Texel farmers life of 100 years ago and experience how people lived then. In the Waelstee museum, carriages, utensils and old agricultural machines are exhibited. You will learn all about sheep and cattle farming on Texel. There is an authentic farmhouse that you can visit and a lot of attention is also paid to the role of women on the farm. Demonstrations Are you curious about the professions from that time? Then visit one of the demonstrations that are regularly given in the museum. The forge is in operation two days a week. Here you can see how the forging works. Handicraft techniques and making and engraving jewelry are also demonstrated.

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