The Affiliated Wood Carvers Limited is a non-profit corporation, which publicly promotes the fine art of wood carving through sponsorship of the International Woodcarvers Congress.
Alabama Woodturners Association (AWA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the furtherance of the art of wood turning.
The Ames Woodworkers Club began in the early eighties and currently has 140 members from the Ames and surrounding areas. The club meets at various places in Ames and in other locations in Central Iowa to share information and tips about various woodworking related topics. The club holds a two-day woodworking exhibition presented in the North Grand Mall in Ames. Scroll saw and turning demonstrations as well as an exhibition of member projects are the highlight of the event. Membership in the Ames Woodworking Club is open to anyone interested in woodworking, arts and crafts involving wood, and related activities. In additionto attending meetings and receiving the monthly newsletter, dues paying members are also entitled to discounts at various area businesses.
The Barnesville Woodturners is a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners. Each of the members has an interest in woodturning. For some it may be just a hobby, or a way to unwind on the weekends, others may do it after they retire. And for others it may be a way they make a living. what ever the reason, each has at least something in common .. THE WOOD LATHE.
We are a group of professional woodworkers who live and work in the vicinity of Berkshire County in western Massachusetts. We formed the Berkshire Woodworkers Guild as a not-for-profit organization in order to share expertise, tools, and business opportunities. We also want to promote awareness of the benefits and availability of custom woodworking.
The BUCKS WOODTURNERS is dedicated to providing education, information and organization to those interested in woodturning. Dues are $25 per year which includes a subscription to our newsletter. The Bucks Woodturners meet the 3rd Monday of each month, except Janurary which is the 4th Monday. There are no meetings in July and August.
The mission of the Cape Atlantic Woodturners is to educate woodturners and the public, in and about the art and craft of woodturning. This mission will be accomplished by encouraging and facilitating the establishment of training programs for woodturners; by disseminating information about sources of material and equipment; by exposing the art and craft of woodturning to the public; and by serving as a center of information about woodturning for members, galleries, interior designers, other interested groups and the general public.
Capital Area Woodworkers began in 1988 as an organization of people (guysand gals) interested in all phases of woodworking. We are a group of beginning andexperienced woodworkers.
Our club is devoted to all woodworkers of all skill levels and every kind of woodworking interest. We are here to promote safety, good fellowship, and to create and improve ideas and better success with each project.
The Central Florida Woodworkers Guild was organized in 1980 with the purpose of encouraging and promoting the best standards of workmanship and design in the craft of woodworking. Central Florida Woodworkers Guild members aid fellow woodworkers and give counsel freely that foster public awareness and appreciation of woodworking crafts.
The Central Jersey Woodworkers Association (CJWA) is a growing group of woodworkers of various skill levels and interests, who meet monthly to trade ideas, share tips, and listen to various speakers. Past speakers includes professional furniture makers, including Frank Klausz, Jere Osgood, Frank Pollaro, Mario Rodriguez, Peter Tischler and Geoffrey Noden, woodworking tool experts including Tom Lie-Nielsen and Graham Blackburn, semi-pros, hobbyists, boat builders, custom furniture craftsman, finishers, and more. Various hands-on comparisons of equipment have been offered and there are periodic group purchases of equipment, wood, tools, and supplies
The Central Minnesota Woodworker's Association is a group of men and women from around the St. Cloud Minnesota area who share a common interest in the art and business of woodworking.
CNEW is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of woodturning. Our mission is to provide education, information and organization to those interested in turning wood.
The Cincinnati Woodworking Club (CWC) was founded in 1982. From humble beginnings and a handful of pioneers, we have grown to more than 170 members. As our banner head proclaims, we are "dedicated to sharing woodworking knowledge". We are a group of hobbyists, and a few professionals, for whom creating furniture, toys, boxes, puzzles and all kinds of wood heirlooms, is an avocation. Our interests encompass all aspects of woodworking. Our skills range from beginner to professional. Browse our photo galleries and see examples of our creations! Browse the links at left and learn more about the Club. Each year CWC holds a seminar with a guest expert in woodworking. Seminars are usually held in February or April.
The Collins Woodworkers Guild is a club dedicated to preserving the age old practice of creation using the medium of wood. CWG members gather monthly to share project tips, ideas and experiences, and plan community service projects. Monthly topics include techniques for creating family heirlooms to building Toys-For-Tots as a yearly club project. Members help each other to get the most out of their woodworking experience. Membership in the Collins Woodworkers Guild is open to ALL Rockwell Collins, Inc. Employees, Spouses, Retirees, and Contract Employees.
Council Oak Woodcarvers promote woodcarving in the community and provide a forum for members to learn new woodcarving skills in a relaxed enjoyable atmosphere. Woodcarvers Summer Camp August 20 -23 in Bremen, Indiana. Indiana Woodcarvers Summer Camp - open to all woodcarvers. $10 Registration fee. Many champion carvers have volunteered time to teach you new carving skills! (Classes are free when purchasing the wood blank/roughout, usually $5 to $30). Please join us for this premier event at Pla-Mor Campgrounds, Bremen, Indiana - August 20 - 23, 2009!
The Delaware Valley Wood Turners (DelVal turners), is a club organized for wood turners in the Delaware Valley. Members typically come from Southern and Central New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania including Philadelphia, and Northeastern Delaware. The club is for anyone interested in wood turning. Members range from novice to experienced...anyone is welcome.
The Des Moines Woodworkers Association is a nonprofit volunteer organization serving over 400 central Iowa woodworkers of all ages and skill levels. The organization promotes education, community service projects and inter-member networking. Programs are presented to expose members to a wide variety of woodworking disciplines and promote woodworking safety. Membership is open to all individuals who have an interest in any aspect of woodworking and who are willing to share their experiences and knowledge with others.
The purpose of the organization is first, to provide a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and techniques concerning woodcarving to its participants and other interested persons. Second, to create a greater understanding of woodcarving as an art form in the eyes of the general public and generate an interest in becoming a woodcarver.
The DuPage Woodworkers Club is dedicated to increasing the enjoyment of woodworking. Woodworkers of all skill levels, in every area of woodworking are welcome. They meet each month at the St. James Catholic in Glen Ellyn. Illustrating their "holiday spirit" in the DuPage community, each year the DuPage Woodworkers create handmade toys for the children in the Chicago Area.
The main goal of the EOWA is to promote and increase interest in and appreciation of woodcarving. The club participates in community activities and shares expertise with groups such as the Boy Scouts. The Annual Show and Sale is the highlight activity for the club. The July event features carvers from the five-state region and national vendors. The show highlights a whittling contest, and competition of the exhibitors for coveted ribbons and purchase awards. In September or October, members enjoy the end of summer club picnic with carving contests, horseshoes, all-you-can-eat-pot-luck and other activities.
Our club provides a forum through which members can express, share and promote a common interest in woodworking. Regardless of your area of interest of skill level, novice to expert, you are sure to enjoy what FVWWC has to offer.
The Gold Coast Woodturners, a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners, was formed in 1992 to promote an awareness of the craft and art of modern-day turning. Each meeting is designed and organized to present woodturning-related programs and projects to the members. Demonstrations are also presented that may be performed by a GCWT member or a world-recognized guest turner. No matter what is scheduled for the next meeting, the results will be the same. Woodturners will gather to share their experiences as well as learn from the experiences of others. All benefit, novices and 'old-timers' alike. Beginners learn techniques and styles while the experts reaffirm their skills by demonstrating and teaching.
The Green Country Woodworkers are made up of men and women who are interested in woodworking as a hobby. The monthly meetings are conducted as educational forums for the benefit of our members and guests. We have idea exchanges, problem solving sessions, safety tips and tool tips plus a main speaker on topics related to woodworking in all its phases.
The Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers is an association of professionals and amateurs bound by a common interest in woodworking.
Founded in 1982, this non-profit volunteer organization is comprised of 30% professionals and 70% hobbyists of various skill levels. Guild members have a variety of woodworking interests, including furniture design and construction, cabinet making, antique furniture restoration, turning, carving and most forms of woodworking.
Home Craftsmen Forum conducts scheduled monthly meetings and special events. The Forum operated in the public interest by presenting educational programs and demonstrations of woodworking and other crafts.
Share ideas and techniques involved in woodturning and to challenge members to impove their creativity and execution in woodturning.
The Keystone Turners mission is to provide education and to advance the art of woodturning. We provide education through our demonstrations at club meetings. We advance the art of woodturning through our outreach programs, such as our annual Top-a-Thon.
Dedicated to education, safety and techniques in woodworking, the membership includes amateur and professional woodworkers at all levels of skills and interest. We discuss woodworking techniques and tips, tools, have periodic tool demonstrations and show currentprojects. Join us to improve your skills and help us improve ours.
The purpose of the club is educational and charitable, it will promote, foster and encourage all activities toward the betterment of wood carving, whittling, and sculpting. The club will endeavor to provide facilities for exhibits, displays and the promotion of these activities.
Founded in 1932, the League of NH Craftsmen is one of the oldest and most prestigious craft organizations in the country. The League was formed during the years of the Depression to help New Hampshire craftspeople make a living through difficult financial times, through education and by building an audience and market for fine handmade craft. The League continues this mission today.
The Lehigh Valley is located in eastern PA, about 60 miles north of Philadelphia. Our guild meets monthly at the Allentown Senior Citizens Center. Our goal is to do a few things. First, we want people to know about us. We want to meet other guilds, other woodworkers, and hopefully some new members. We'd also like to provide a resource on the web for locating other sites with woodworking related themes. And, we want to encourage the participation in a hobby/profession that is creative and gratifying. Our objective is to advance the knowledge of our members, serve our community and have fun while we're doing it.
The Guild's purpose is to promote appreciation for all woodworking in Maui county, particularly work in native Hawaiian woods; Promote environmental responsibility to wood and its source; Promote Maui craftsmanship and encourage new woodworking enthusiasts; Educate it's members and the public in the craft and design skills of woodworking.
Mid-America Woodcarvers Association, Inc., a non-profit organization, was formed to promote the appreciation and art of woodcarving and associated crafts through instruction, exhibitions, demonstrations and workshops. The club was organized in 1974 with 28 charter members and was incorporated November 15, 1978 in Omaha, Nebraska. Membership now numbers over 700.
We meet once a month at various places of interest to woodworkers, such as cabinet shops and members shops. Meetings consist of general business, announcements, Show and Tell, a presentation and drawing for a door prize. Presentations are always on a topic of interest to woodworkers and are combined with demonstrations. Past demos have included topics such as sharpening tools, using scroll saws, lathe turning and swap meets.
The Minnesota Woodworkers Guild is a group of professional and amateur woodworkers bound together by three goals: to advocate high standards in our craft; to meet new friends and discuss woodworking; to educate ourselves and the public about woodworking.
The Nevada Woodchucks is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to teaching the skills of woodworking in the Northern Nevada area.
The New England Woodcarvers continues to advance all types of wood carving skills among its members. Moreover the membership promotes woodcarving, wood sculpture, and whittling as art forms in communities throughout New England and other parts of the United States.
The New Jersey Wood turners club was started in 1988 with 20 members and has steadily grown to its current membership of over 70 turners. Our members come from many locations in New Jersey e.g. Annandale, Basking Ridge, Belle Mead, Bridgewater, Carteret, Chatham, Chester, Clark, Colonia, Cranbury, East Brunswick, Edison, Fanwood, Franklin Park, Green Brook, Little York, Mendham, Milburn, Mountainside, Neshanic, North Brunswick, Old Bridge, Roselle, Scotch Plains, South Orange, Somerset, South Plainfield, South River, Staten Island, Springfield, Tinton Falls, Westfield, Whitehouse and Sellersvile in Pennsylvania.
NAWC meets every Thursday at the VFW Hall in Mountain Home, Arkansas from 8am until 1pm. Our annual show is held during the first full weekend every May at the Baxter County Fairgrounds - free admission.
The North Jersey Woodcarvers is a chapter of the National Woodcarvers Asc. We were organized in 1972 to pass the knowledge of woodcarving to others. We currently meet the third Thursday of each month (except July, August & December) at the First Lutheran Church on Park St. in Montclair. Meetings start at 8PM with a short talk about club business followed by a 'Show & Tell where members are encouraged to bring a carving and explain how they made it. Lastly there is a 'Demo' or presentation by a member or guest carver. There is always plenty of coffee, donuts and fellowship. Guests are invited to attend up to three meetings and then asked to join. Membership is still only $10.00 per year plus a one time fee of $3.00 for a badge. You will then receive our monthly newsletter 'Bits & Pieces'
The Northeast Florida Woodturners Association is an affiliate of the American Association of Woodturners, we are Chapter 130, and we are open to turners of all skill and experience levels. Our objective is to promote woodturning and to provide an environment where all club members can improve their turning skills.
The Guild was formed in May, 1982 to further education and fellowship for area amateur and professional woodworkers, to advance the collective interest of woodworking, to promote good will, and to gain recognition through shows.
The Northern Rockies Woodworking Guild (NRWG) was founded in mid 1980s by a group of woodworkers in Montana's Gallatin Valley. The group consists of a cross section of woodworkers with professionals, hobbyist and retirees.
Sharing the love of wood carving and other wood arts with others, and providing encouragement to those who want to try wood carving are the continuing goals of our fine organization.
Ohio Valley Woodturners Guild - Our mission is to provide education, information, and organization to people in this area interested in the art and craft of woodturning.
The Palm Beach County Woodturners (PBCW) was established as a local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners in 1994. The club was formed to promote interest in woodturning among its members and the community at large. Member's skills are enhanced through club activities and discussions of tools and techniques. All levels of skill are represented in the PBCW.
Our Club is dedicated to the advancement of personal skills related to the craft and art of woodturning. Our mission is to provide education, information, and a forum to those located in the Colorado Springs area who are interested in turning wood.
The Guild is made up of professional and amateur Woodworkers who want to establish and preserve a standard of excellence in their craft by sharing information, mutual help, and, negotiating supplier discounts.
The Rochester Woodcarvers club offers its members and the community opportunities to learn about woodcarving through club meetings, community education classes, shows and an extensive club library of carving books. Check the website for details and club events.
Rocky Mountain Tool Collectors (RMTC) is a regional club incorporated in Colorado as a non-profit corporation. There are no specific geographical boundaries; however, its regional character is intended to make communications among its members easy. The purpose is to promote the collection, restoration, study, and understanding of the tools of early trades and crafts and to share this understanding with interested people and institutions. Members' interests cover all areas and trades, from carpenter & cooper to wainwright & wheelwright. Some members specialize in collecting tools of one trade, or even one brand of tool, while some have collections that are more general in nature. But having a collection is not a requirement for membership; all you need is an interest in old tools.
SDFWA is a non-profit corporation, organized in 1982, to unite people that share a common interest and enthusiasm for working with wood.
Siskiyou - Founded in 1980 as a loose knit group of woodworkers seeking to promote their craft, the Guild has grown into a network of 60-plus members in Southern Oregon and Northern California. These small, personal shops produce cabinets, custom furniture, carvings, turnings, musical instruments and other residential and architectural work. Many of the members' works are found in top galleries, private collections and homes throughout the world.
A place where woodworkers in any endeavor can gain information, learn skills, exchange ideas, discuss problems and enjoy the good fellowship associated with these goals.
The St. Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild is located in St. Petersburg, Florida. We are an organization of woodcrafters with skills ranging from beginning hobbyists to master craftsmen. Our members are dedicated to teaching others what they know about woodworking and learning what they don't. Our members share woodworking tips, bring projects, jigs, etc. that they have made for show and tell, hear guest speakers and see live woodworking demonstrations at every meeting. Members also have access to the Guild library which contains books, videos, and plans on wood working techniques and projects. Many of our Guild sponsors also offer discounts to our members.
The Sun City Texas Woodshop is a great place to "make sawdust" and make new friends with common woodworking interests and is available to all Sun City Texas residents. We offer monthly Safety Training classes that all new members need to attend before they can use the Woodshop. Starting in October, the Sun City Texas Woodworker Club is offering 1 hour, hands-on training classes focused on a specific piece of equipment such as the jointer, planer, rip table saw, crosscut table saw and router. Check out the website for details.
We look forward to sharing the skills needed to advance the knowledge of woodturning. Whether we are novice, craftsman or artist, a shared love of working with wood creates the bond that makes us strong.
The Georgia Association of Woodturners (GAW) is a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners, dedicated to providing education, information and organization to those interested in woodturning.
To foster the interest in all facets of woodworking, share ideas and experiences, sharing projects for show and tell, woodworking stories of how-to-do, group tool purchases, trading and individual tool and machine sales, Christmas toy project for kids, fellowship, newsletter of upcoming meetings and news and JUST PLAIN FUN!
The purpose of the Washington Woodworkers Guild of the National Capital Area is to provide an environment where woodworkers can meet and share their knowledge and skills with each other, the community and other craft associations.
We are a group of area woodworkers who enjoy getting together once each month to share our knowledge of woodworking tools, techniques and project experiences.
Western Pennsylvania Woodworker's is dedicated to the purpose of education, safety, and techniques in all areas of woodworking. Our membership includes over 175 amateurs and professionals from all areas of the woodworking crafts. Our mission is to educate, inform, and share woodworking skills, experiences, and ideas in an enjoyable environment.
Western Piedmont Woodcrafters is an informal group of men and women dedicated to ALL kinds of woodworking. We meet once a month for a couple of hours to hear a guest speaker talk about a woodworking project, demonstrate a hand or power tool, or new woodworking technique. Our members consist of all age groups, occupations and skill levels. Beginning woodworkers are especially welcome and will find the Woodcrafters a source of help and fellowship. Meetings held at Klingspor's Woodworking Shop, 856 21st St. Dr. SE, Hickory NC.
This Yahoo! group is for women in the Central PA area that are interested in woodworking to discuss projects and future meetings. This group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm at the Woodcraft store on Eisenhower Blvd in Harrisburg to provide a place for women of all skill levels that are interested in woodworking to get together. There will be occassional guest speakers, field trips, and hands on demonstrations.
A group of skilled and community minded people who love woodworking and are devoted to passing on the best of this art form. Members are eager to share their skills with you in all areas of woodworking from simple repairs to fine furniture making. Find many sources in this Tampa area for meeting your needs regarding quality woods, equipment, tutoring, and support.
The Woodturners of Southwest Florida is a group of men and women in the southwestern Gulf Coast of Florida, based in Fort Myers. The fundamental purpose of the Woodturners of Southwest Florida (WSWF) is to provide education, information, and organization to persons in this geographical area that are interested in woodturning, by providing meeting locations, a forum for the sharing of ideas, exchange of woodturning materials, information and education about woodturning activities, and the promotion of woodturning as an art form and craft, for young and mature alike.
The Woodworkers Club of El Paso, Texas is a nonprofit organization approved under IRS Code 501(C)(3).The Club has a fully equipped woodworking shop, promotes woodworking, and performs community service projects within its capability.Monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday, 7 p.m, at 3228 Sacramento - visitors are welcome.
The Woodworkers' Guild of Georgia was formed in 1980 by a group of dedicated woodworkers. Today the membership of amateur and professional woodworkers exceeds 400. Our mission statement is to educate our members and the public through the promotion and development of the highest standards in every aspect of woodworking
Woodworkers of Central Ohio (WOCO) is a non-profit organization established to promote education in and foster craftsmanship in the art and techniques of woodworking. Our membership includes professional woodworkers, enthusiastic hobbyists who may earn some extra income selling crafts, and beginning woodworkers anxious to learn more about the craft. Interests in woodworking range from craft techniques to furniture and cabinet making to woodturning and carpentry.