Traditional Nautical Ropework: Worming, Parceling & Serving
Date(s) - 1/26/2016
Wilson Museum - Hutchins Education Center
|Does winter have you tied up in knots? Let a program of traditional nautical ropework help reduce your winter blues. Hugh Lane will present Worming, Parceling & Serving on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, 6:30 p.m. at the Hutchins Education Center in Castine. Along with learning about techniques used in rigging sailing ships, the audience may have the opportunity to try their hands at creating a turk’s head bracelet or making rope. There will also be an array of sailors’ gear such as sea chest, ditty bag, and rigging tools for discussion.
|Hugh Lane is a licensed captain and woodworker who has honed his skills in a variety of settings including as Curator of Maritime Exhibits and Captain of the Maryland Dove at Historic St. Mary’s City; as Bosun on the education vessel Te Vega on an Atlantic crossing with 29 learning disabled students; as Education Coordinator at the Penobscot Marine Museum; and currently, as owner/operator of a shop where he creates exhibits for area museums, replica furniture, carved signs, and figureheads. He and his wife live in Rockport in a post and beam house they designed and built themselves.
The program is free and open to the public and is suitable for all ages.
For more information please contact the Wilson Museum at 326-9247 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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