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Bowling Green, 43402

Phone: 419-353-6221 419-353-6221


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If you are interested in learning about the blacksmith's craft, you have come to the right place. Our goal is to keep the art of blacksmithing alive and pass those skills on to future generations.
If you are interested in learning about the blacksmith's craft, you have come to theright place. Our goal is to keep the art ofblacksmithing alive and pass those skills on to future generations.

Please check the following Driving Directions for specific directions to our meeting sites.


Driving Directions to Meeting Sites


Mel Hoch - Take Hire Rd. from SR-281 at the GM Foundry south about 3 miles to Bowman Rd. Right on Bowman about 1/2 mile.


Roger & Penny King - Look for the small anvil sign above the mail box next to the driveway.


Kathy Davidson - Kathy is just east of McCord RD.  1st house past the apartments.


Butch & Cindy Sheely - Butch is on Custar Rd. - north of SR-6 just south of Poe Rd.


Wood County Museum - From I-75 take SR-6 exit east about 1/2 mile to

County Home Rd. Right on County Home Rd. to the museum site. Look for the oil well drilling derrick.


Auglaize Village - See the Hammer-In page for driving directions.


Meeting Times & Places







July 21, 2018 - Meeting - Kathy Davidson 6647 Hill Ave. Toledo, Oh. 43615


Aug. 04, 2018 - Open Forge - Kathy Davidson 6647 Hill Ave. Toledo Oh. 43615


Sept. 15, 2018 - Meeting - Butch Sheely 15784 Custar Rd. Grand Rapids, Oh. 43552


Oct. 06, 2018 - Open Forge - Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation

                         12505 CR-99   Findlay, Ohio 45840


Oct. 21, 2018 - Special event at Hancock Park District - Litzenberg Woods

                          Findlay, Ohio


Nov.17, 2018 - Meeting - Roger King 8840 Hill Ave. Holland, Oh. 43528


Dec 01, 2018 - Open Forge - Mel Hoch 26193 Bowman Rd. Defiance, Oh. 43512







Forging activities at meetings start about 9:00 AM.

Meeting end times vary but usually wind down mid afternoon.


At the bi-monthly business meetings, formal club business is conducted at 11:00 followed by a potluck lunch.


The Open Forge meetings are more informal. Forging activities continue throughout with individual's lunch taken at will.

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