Welcome to the CVW Website!
You burn 'em, We turn 'em!
Saturday September 10th, The Denny Martin Woodturning Skills Center is open to the public
from 9AM -Noon. If you are interested in turning but are afraid to just jump in,
this is the class for you. Or if you just want to further your skills...
to learn more please contact Jim Oates at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next regular meeting is on Septermber 13th at 7:00 pm.
At the Crimora Community Center on Rt 612
"Note: date is second Tuesday and not third Tuesday."
Derek Weidman Paid demonstrator - Turned, carved, and colored sculptures http://weidmanwoodsculpture.com/gallery/
There will noise and chips. That’s all we need. It’ll be fun. See you all there.
Handouts From the Last Few Meetings:
If you are going to give a demo - Here are some tips
The Central Virgina Woodturners (CVW), located in Shenandoah Valley in Crimora, VA, is an affiliate of the American Association of Woodturners, serving turners from Charlottesville to Staunton to Harrisonburg.
CVW exists to serve its members who are hobbyists, amateurs, craftsmen and professionals. We enjoy a commonality of interest and provide each other knowledge, information, assistance and encouragement in developing and refining our woodturning skills.
Monthly meetings are usually held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM, at the Crimora Community Center. Meeting schedules, location, and changes found on the Calendar page.
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Visitors are always welcome.
A Symposium Not to be Missed
Announcing the 2016 Virginia Woodturners Symposium
November 5th & 6th, 2016
EXPOland, Fishersville, Virginia.
This year’s Symposium will be an exciting alternative to Symposiums of previous years. We’ve updated our format from a hands‐on format using local demonstrators to one that features an exciting array of international, national, and regionally known demonstrators. The 2016 Virginia Woodturning Symposium features: Jimmy Clewes, Trent Bosch, Bob Rosand, Frank Penta, John Jordan, Lyle Jamieson, Barry Gross, JoHannes Michelsen, Martha & Ray Rountree. With our expanded venue, there will be a wide range of demonstrations for turners of all levels - all 25 rotations for a weekend price of $75.
This symposium will also include an expanded Skills/Future Turners section. Our volunteers (and maybe even one or two of the demonstrators) will be happy to assist you with that technique that will hopefully improve your woodturning experience. You will receive one‐on‐one assistance on techniques and methods.
Additionally, we have expanded the Symposium from one hall with 21,600 sq. ft. to two connected halls having a total of 33,600 sq. ft. This will allow more room and reduced noise.
We’ll also have a wide variety of vendors located in both halls. Many have special prices just for the Symposium and you can pick up that perfect tool and/or supplies you have been wanting and without having to pay shipping! A great savings that will help you get more for your money.
We hope you will consider attending the Symposium. Without your participation there would be no Virginia Symposium. We have worked hard to provide a diverse array of demonstrators at a reasonable cost. To add to the experience, we’ll have an instant gallery and periodic raffles.
With our new format, we hope to expand your horizons and add to your skill base.
For more information or to register, just check out the website at: http://www.virginiawoodturners.com/
Again, we hope you’ll consider attending!