Early American Industries Association
Regional Meeting – Perry Hall, Maryland
A Smithy & A Foundry-man
Lectures and Demonstrations on the American Blacksmith
& Foundry work: casting & molding metal
Saturday, September 13, 2014 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
At Windy Hill Forge in Perry Hall, Maryland
3824 Schroeder Ave * Perry Hall, MD 21128
Event Fee: $20 (early bird discount register by September 6) or $25 onsite registration
Lunch included: Maryland Crab Soup, BBQ Chicken, Homemade Salads, Corn on the Cob, Homemade Root beer & Lemonade
Free & ample parking.
Visit: www.windyhillforge.com for more info & directions or
Contact: Ray Zeleny: email@example.com 410-256-5890
8:00 AM Morning Tailgate, Registration & Continental Breakfast
10:00 AM Welcome
10:15 AM American Blacksmith Lecture and Demonstration
- Ray Zeleny, Owner of Windy Hill Forge & The Cast House, Member of EAIA, MWTCA, & PATINA
12:00 PM Lunch: Maryland Crab Soup, BBQ Chicken, Homemade Salads, Corn, Homemade Root beer & Lemonade
1:30 PM Foundry Sand Casting Lecture and Demonstration
- Robert Eagan, Owner of American Alloy Foundry, Member of EAIA
3:45 PM Closing Remarks
Local Overnight Accommodations:
- White Marsh, Maryland 21236
- Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott,
- Marriott Residence Inn
- Hilton Garden Inn
- Hampton Inn
- Home2 Suites by Hilton.
Additional Local Places of Interest & Events:
- Historic Jerusalem Mill Village in Kingsville, MD http://jerusalemmill.org/
- Stepping Stone Farm Museum in Havre de Grace, MD http://www.steppingstonemuseum.org/
- Hampton Mansion in Towson, MD http://www.nps.gov/hamp
- The Baltimore Museum of Industry in Baltimore, MD http://www.thebmi.org/
- Fort McHenry in Baltimore, MD 1814 – 2014 O Say Can You See! Star-Spangled Spectacular! http://www.nps.gov/fomc/
- Baltimore Heritage Events: http://baltimoreheritage.org/events/ http://1814.baltimoreheritage.org/
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Hope to see you there! Ray has gone all out to make this a very exciting and educational day. Be sure to register early.
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