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July 21, 2021 Meeting

Fifteen to twenty folks helped us break the covid meeting-hiatus by joining us at Terry Adcock’s business where he cuts and sells slabs. If you think a live-edge or river table is in your woodworking future, visit Terry at 5097 … Continue reading

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2021 Update

Happy heat wave, guys! We thought once the Covid-19 crisis passed that we’d be up and running again, but it looks like summer has come early and put the kibosh on any concrete plans. Through it all – Covid-19, the … Continue reading

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Bowl and Box Contest

Hey everybody, it’s time for some fun! We’re having a “virtual” Bowl and Box Contest, wherein all entries will be submitted in the form of photos (limit 3). We ask entrants to include some type of common item placed in … Continue reading

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What a difference a year can make

Geez … a year since our last website update? I should be drawn and quartered. Let me try to make amends by showing what our members have enjoyed in the months before and since Covid-19 became a part of our … Continue reading

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What have we been up to?

A long time has passed since an update to our website, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy. Here’s a photo rundown of some of the things we did this last year. The April 2019 meeting was all about … Continue reading

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From twisted to flat and square

Don’t toss that twisted piece of hardwood into the fireplace! During March’s meeting this Wednesday the 21st, Steve Voorhies will demonstrate and explain how to turn it into a flat, square, and evenly thicknessed board.  The meeting starts at 7PM in … Continue reading

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February 2018 Meeting

Don’t miss your opportunity tomorrow night to leave the meeting with a beautiful piece of 6′ goncalo alves! We’re having a door prize – yep, just walking in the door will afford you a chance to take home this 6′ … Continue reading

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Inlay accoutrements

At January’s meeting, we discussed and looked at examples of inlay material that included mother of pearl, abalone, brass, reconstituted stone, and some of the equipment choices available.  Because we managed only a little time working on the prepared inlay purchased … Continue reading

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Starting out a new year

With all the uncertainty a new year brings, as woodworkers we can all be certain of one thing: images like these make us do a double-take, maybe even drool a bit. … so if you’re wiping the spittle off your … Continue reading

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What’s new

Check out the new “Library” and “For Sale or Trade” tabs in the menu. Here’s why: Over the summer, new guild member Barb Siddiqui donated a treasure trove of mostly hardback woodworking books to us. In other words, we have … Continue reading

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