Watertown Open House shines a light on the loyal woodcarving community | Arts and Entertainment

Watertown – Jake Mains is the youngest wood carver in the area, and got his start in the business with the help of coincidences and giants.

Mr Maynes, 21, is an army brat whose father was stationed at Fort Drum. He was one of several woodcarvers at Burville Power Equipment on Route 12 this weekend, showcasing skills he had developed over the years.







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Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times Fritz E. Loomis, from the Finger Lakes area, carves hummingbirds to add to the collection during an open house at Barrville Power Equipment on Saturday afternoon.










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Corey A. of Waitumpka, Alabama. Worden turns out to be a huge patriotic Sasquatch in Burville on Saturday. Kara Dry/Watertown Daily Times


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