Meeting Place: North Massapequa Community Center at 214 North Albany Ave. Massapequa,NY 11758 (516) 755-1841 We meet (usually the 2nd Tue) each month at 7:30 PM (except for July and August). Questions: contact us at - [email protected]
Cohoes, NY - The NWA Wood Carvers meet each Thursday at 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m all year except the
2nd Thursday of each month at the NWA Learning Center located at 1 Mustang Drive, Cohoes, NY
(This is just off Rte 9 at the light at Fonda Road).
We assist with all carving matters. Individual private sessions are available Wednesday evenings
by appointment only. All beginners are encouraged to attend often, as we will assist with 100%
of your needs. We offer the wood, tools, patterns and the how to carve training as you need it.
NWA WC operates a carving tool crib for all
This is a Special Interest Group of the Northeastern Woodworkers Association
Meeting Place is the Museum Village Salt Box House, Monroe Museum Village, 1010 Route 17M, Monroe, NY 10926. The Guild holds a regular monthly meeting on the first Wednesday of each month. While the formal meeting starts at 7:30 pm, informal gathering usually begins about 7:00 pm, wit light refreshments.
The Wednesday evenings between the monthly meetings re utilized for workshop sessions. Workshop sessions are normaly very informal; the doors are usually open by 7:00 pm and they last until about 9:00 pm.
We feature carving projects that satisfy a wide range of experience levels and carving styles. Our beginning projects show detailed step-by-step instruction, with lots of photographs. The advanced projects show special tips and techniques from experienced woodcarvers. We also explore a wide range of carving styles, from relief to carving in-the-round, chip carving, wildlife, decorative, caricature, and much more. All of our projects feature high-quality, detailed photographs. Our project articles are written by actual woodcarvers ??? some beginners and some advanced. You???ll learn their techniques, see what tools they use, and benefit from their carving experiences. They know what questions you might have because they???ve probably asked the same questions themselves.
The NWCA is probably best known for its publication, Chip Chats. Six times a year, NWCA members receive Chip Chats, a magazine full of ???how-to??? information, show results, features on woodcarvers, and more.
Each issue of Woodcarving Illustrated includes projects and techniques for all types of carving. Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned professional, you???re sure to find projects that will have you eager to start making woodchips!
he Ottawa Valley Woodturners club can help you get started. We offer beginner training classes, mentoring programs and interesting demonstrations at our monthly meetings. Hands on demonstrations by world renowned woodturners are also sponsored by our club