The second quarter exhibit at the Bethel Heritage Museum is entitled WHITTLIN’. The exhibit runs through the end of June.
Examples of “pocket knife” folk-art will be on display, and several whittlers will demonstrate talents and answer questions on scheduled days. Visitors will see things they might try at home, and some things to aspire to.
The museum will be open Sunday, May 12 and Sunday, May 26 from 2 to 4 p.m. Come see the work of Noel Justice of Bethel who will demonstrate the art of spoon carving and answer questions.
Also on display are Boy Scout neckerchief slides by John Dullis of Laurel, figures by Bob Larkin of Seaford, geometrics by Richard Kough of Bethel, and a look into the past thru dioramas of the late Jehu Camper, courtesy of the Delaware Agricultural Museum.
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