Introduction


The Wisconsin Woodworkers' Guild was organized in 1982 as a non-profit organization. We welcome into membership all men and women who are interested in woodworking, whether they are professionals or amateurs. The objectives of the Guild are the enjoyment and furtherance of the art of woodworking for its members, through educational activities such as workshops, seminars, lectures, and exhibits. These objectives include ...

We have over 150 members. Most are hobbyists. Currently our dues are $35 per year. Your membership card is the key to many benefits. For more information see Membership . The Guild members are active in the program of making and donating toys to children in the December time-frame through the various agencies that care for, and run shelters for, battered spouses and their families. Over 300 quality toys were constructed and donated to these children this year. All of them were top quality and some of them will probably become heirlooms. We have several programs each year in which Guild members actively participate. It might be Show and Tell, a Demonstration of Jigs and Fixtures, or as a presenter for a portion of a main program. Main programs are generally on the first Thursday of each month. We seek out and "import" nationally and internationally recognized woodworkers to present topics of interest to our Guild members. We also actively solicit comments from the membership about topics of interest.

We currently meet at:

Woodcraft
4115 W Greenfield Ave, New Berlin, WI 53005

Map to WoodCraft meeting location

 

Meeting Time: 7PM, but be there early if you want a good seat (doors open at 6:30PM).

Our phone number is: 414-297-9205.

Our Benefits include:

 


Last Update: 02/20/2012
Web Author: Jerry F. /Brian Halligan
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