Dates: June 29 – July 1, 2001
Location: Western Development Museum Heritage Farm & Village
Host City: North Battleford, Saskatchewan
Theme: “2001 an Iron Odyssey”

CanIRON III, 2001 is being hosted at the Western Development Museum’s Heritage Farm & Village at North Battleford Saskatchewan Canada. The focus of this event is to provide registrants with genuine country hospitality and a venue to learn and participate in the growth of blacksmithing skills and knowledge.

The CanIRON committee is pleased to share the Chapel Gallery with a fine display of quilts presented by the Quiltmakers Guild. The quilts make a great backdrop to “2001 an Iron Odyssey”. The official CanIRON III opening will take place at the Chapel Gallery Thursday June 28th at 7:30 p.m.

Featured Blacksmiths

John & Nancy Little, Nova Scotia, CANADA
Mark Pearce, Alberta, CANADA
Bill Plant, Saskatchewan, CANADA
Jim Jensen, Saskatchewan, CANADA
Charlie Sutton, Ontario, CANADA
Mike Boone, Colorado, USA
Robin Boone, Colorado, USA
Dorothy Stiegler, California, USA
Bob Patrick, Arkansas, USA
Pete Hill & Shona Johnson, SCOTLAND

Organizing Team/Contact

Western Canadian Blacksmith Guild, Saskatchewan Chapter


CanIRON 2 – Western The Saskatchewan Chapter of the Western Canadian Blacksmith Guild
The Western Development Museum
INLAND STEEL PRODUCTS INC. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
UVEX Safety
“SOLID SOUND” Professional Audio Visual Services Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
The Saskatchewan Craft Council
Saskatchewan Lotteries/SaskCulture Inc.
Saskatchewan Arts Board
The Chapel Gallery
North Battleford Chamber of Commerce
Battleford Tourism
Battleford Furniture
Broda Construction
Aim Supply, North Battleford

“CanIRON III is an official Saskatchewan Craft Council event”