08/16/13 On display now through the end of August at the Culver-Union Township Public Library is a hand carved, intricately detailed wood pirate ship completed by the Goodtime Woodcarvers Club. The 5 foot long ship, named the “Swashbuckler,” is complete with sails, cannons, parrots, and pirates in various states of activity, even walking the plank. The “Swashbuckler” was completed in April 2013.
The Goodtime Woodcarvers Club has been meeting and carving together for the past 8 years. They meet on Monday mornings from 7 to 12 noon at the Life Enrichment Center in Plymouth. Along with the most recently completed “Swashbuckler” exhibit, the Goodtime Woodcarvers Club has also crafted an 1870’s bar scene which is on display at the Life Enrichment Center, and a Round Barn square dance scene currently on display at the Marshall County Historical Museum in Plymouth. The Club is open to all, and welcomes anyone interested in woodcarving to join them on Monday mornings.
Stop by CUTPL today to admire the beautiful handiwork of the men and women of the Goodtime Woodcarvers Club. For more information, contact Reference/Adult Services Librarian, Laura Jones, at 574-842-2941 or firstname.lastname@example.org