By Melinda Shebell, Jardin Puzzles. Do you like jigsaw puzzles? Did you know the first jigsaw puzzle was a dissected map of the counties of England that was used as a teaching aid in the early 1700`s? The first puzzles were cut using a coping saw. Today these high-end heirloom puzzles are cut on a scroll saw with a blade no thicker than a horse’s hair. Come see a demonstration on how it is done, see examples of old and new puzzles, and learn a little history of the art form . There will be time set aside to try your hand at cutting, no experience needed. * If you are preregistered and know how to use a scroll saw, there are limited slots available for advanced instruction including your own puzzle cut. Local contact person for this event is Verna, 902-258-2278 or email@example.com.