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To Preserve and Promote the Art and Craft of Blacksmithing Through Education.

Welcome to HABAIRON.ORG, the website of the Houston Area Blacksmith's Association, the Internet resource of choice for the blacksmith in and around Houston, Texas. We have the technology!


2005-2006 Board of Directors

The HABA Letter Editor Emeritus

HABA Web Site Editor


HABA is organized exclusively for charitable, literary, and educational purposes as defined in Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. These activities will include, but are not be limited to:

A. Becoming the premier resource for information and hands-on experience for people who seek information about the art and craft of ornamental blacksmithing. Ornamental blacksmithing refers to the hot forming and fabrication of metals for architectural and utilitarian purposes.

B. Seeking out and sharing for the purpose of preserving the aesthetic and technical skills related to art and craft of ornamental blacksmithing.

C. Conducting regular meetings, and special workshops for people to experience ornamental blacksmithing by seeing, hearing and feeling how ornamental blacksmithing is done.

D. Demonstrating the art and craft of ornamental blacksmithing for the public at venues like state and county parks, schools, museums, and local festivals.

E. Creating and sharing written and electronic information about the art and craft of ornamental blacksmithing.

F. Performing pro bono ornamental blacksmithing for other nonprofit organizations, public agencies and institutions.


Notes about this Website

This website is Under Development and will continue to evolve for HABA Members.

The use any of the material from this site is at your own risk. All persons associated with this material disclaim any responsibility or liability for damages or injuries resulting from the use or application of this information. They assume no responsibility or liability for the accuracy, fitness, proper design, safety or safe use of any information presented here.

Please send all feedback/correction/omission/suggestions to your webmaster, Richard Boswell .
Enjoy!


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