During the Weekend of Craftsmanship, Museum Joure is open from 13.00 to 17.00. For people who love craftsmanship, Museum Joure is very interesting. Coffee, tea and tobacco tasting tables have been set up. In the workshops you can see that craftsmen (clockmaker, coppersmith, printer, yellow-gieater and silversmith)
use special tools for their profession. In the Entrance Building is the tea bagging machine. Very ingenious. On Midstraat Sunday, August 30, our coffee roaster is roasting the Spicy Widow and Old Douwek coffee, available in the museum store De Witte Os. Also open both days, as is the Coffee and Tea House.
Jachtwerf de Jong, Klokmakerij ten Hoeve, Klokreparateur Joure, the Jouster Klokmakerij and Watze van der Wal Sieraden, all members of the Ambachten van Joure foundation, are happy to show their craftsmanship to lovers of beautiful handmade craft products. For more information, see www.ambachtenvanjoure.nl and at www.tejoure.nl
There are no demonstrations in Museum Joure this weekend, entrance is the usual entrance fee.