Woodworkers Club shop is located off Rolling Acres Road, north of Country Route 466, at Oak Street, 704 Oak Street, The Villages 32159. We are open from 8:00AM to 4:00PM Monday through Saturday. Contact us at 352-751-0513.
Next General Membership Meeting on TUESDAY, March 11th at 7:00PM at the Laurel Manor Recreation Center.
Please watch this space for additional announcements regarding the speakers at this meeting.
Please bring your projects for the Show and Tell portion of this meeting. Also, bring your questions and suggestions to make our meetings and operations more efficient and interesting.
Next Turner's Group meeting on March 18th at 7:00PM at the Shop.
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To associate congenial persons of good character having a common love and appreciation of carving, turning and general woodworking activity.
To promote and develop a better understanding of the selection, techniques of proper use and daily maintenance of woodworking equipment.
To encourage its members to render such altruistic or other civic service as they may determine.
Andy McTear & Charlie Murry - Aluminite Casting Techniques
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Rudy Lopez - Winged Platters
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Revised videos showing the latest techniques for Shop Monitors and Tool Crib Monitors have been posted on the website.
The Shop Monitor Training video has been updated in May, 2013. You can view this new video by clicking on the image at the left.
Viewing the appropriate video prior to your next monitor duty assignment provides you with the latest information regarding these very important facets of VWC membership.
The videos are available under the Certification Tab above.
John Herega presents the operation of the new Vacuum Chuck for our lathes.
Please use your cursor and click on the image to view the video.
The VWC has prepared a new video, Compound Miter Saw.
This video is narrated by our own Dave Adamovich.
Click here to view this new video.
The Villages Woodworker's Club will again be a participant at Colonial Days to be held at Paddock Square (Brownwood) on Wednesday, April 2.
Help Charlie Murray build small bowls for sale at Colonial Days. Contact Charlie by EMail if you can help.
Keep tuned for more information.......