September 18, 2016 “Mountains, Makers, Tools, and Traditions: Highlights from the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley Collection”
PATINA September Meeting Announcement
The September 18 Meeting will feature Nick Powers, the Curator of Collections at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley. The program will follow our usual schedule of Tool Trading in the Parking Lot (Weather Permitting), and a Mini-auction. I encourage attendees to bring chair or basketmaking tools, especially if from the Valley.
The Potomac Antique Tools and Industries Association, Inc. (PATINA) is an educational, tax-exempt organization for people who have an interest in the tools, crafts or manufacturing processes of the past.
Formed in 1977, PATINA is a regional tool club based in the Washington, D.C. area. We have members from 24 states, the District of Columbia and several foreign countries. Antique tool collectors, tool users and people simply seeking knowledge are well represented in PATINA's membership. The annual dues of $12.00 includes membership for the entire family and they are welcome to participate in all PATINA events. PATINA's original group of about 30 has grown to over 250.
Our mission is to promote and increase knowledge and understanding of the tools and trades practiced by our American ancestors. This purpose is partly served by the bimonthly newsletter PATINAGRAM which includes member-contributed articles and information of interest to our members. In addition, the PATINAGRAM provides regular announcements of upcoming meetings and auctions, reports on past meetings, reviews of relevant publications, and notices of other tool-related events. As an educational organization, PATINA is often invited to stage exhibits and demonstrations for local and national groups that express an interest in early tools and trades.
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