Serving Southeastern West Virginia
The West Virginia Woodturners Association provides woodturners in southeastern West Virginia and western Virginia with an opportunity to meet other turners, enhance their skills, and share their skills and interests in woodturning. Send an email to email@example.com to request additional information about the club and its activities.
The next meeting will be on January 28 at The Fort at Montwell Park from 9:30 AM until noon. Come by at 9:00 and enjoy coffee and donuts while you exchange ideas with other Club members. The program will include brief demonstrations on tool sharpening and turnng spindles, bowls, and pens. Five lathes will be set up and after the demonstrations, members will be able to sharpen any tools they bring and practice their turning skills.
Twenty seven members and guests enjoyed an evening of good food and good fellowship at The Fruits of Labor restaurant in Rainelle, and nine displayed some of their favorite 2016 turnings. In addition to enjoying excellent food, we know that supporting Fruits of Labor means far more than buying a delicious meal – it is a personal, tangible investment in the growth and nurturing of people in our own community and across the state who demonstrate the daily courage it takes to overcome addiction.
For further information about any WVWA activity, call Bill Sproul at (304) 497-2319.
We would like to thank these companies for the support they have provided to the Club during the past year. Check out their websites when you are ready to purchase products that they stock.
Craft Supplies USA is a one-stop shopping site for everything a wood turner might need or want - lathes, tools, accessories, project supplies, materials, and more.
Woodcraft offers a 10% discount at the Roanoke store to WVWA members when they show a current membership card.
TurnTex supplies acrylic casting resin, solutions for stabilizing and hardening punky and spalted wood, and associated equipment.
by WVWA, a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners