Guild is a fellowship of woodturners.
We are dedicated to advancing the art of woodturning through the sharing of ideas and techniques, education, and community involvement.
We define woodturning as the shaping of wood using a lathe, which results in objects and images that range from the familiar to the profound. This includes everything from decorative and functional bowls, boxes, and vessels, to furniture, architectural spindles, toys, tools, musical instruments, and sculptural objects.
The Waterloo-Wellington Woodturners' Guild is a not-for-profit club, and as such, relies on the participation of members who volunteer in some capacity, from time to time.
We meet once monthly from September to July, on the fourth Thursday of each month. Meetings are held at the KW Naval Association in Waterloo, from 7:00 PM. Doors open at 6:00 PM to socialize and network with other Woodturners.
Our regular meetings usually feature a demonstration or presentation on some aspect of woodturning, covering a broad range of topics from turning a bowl, to running a woodturning business.
Visitors are welcome to all regular meetings. Come out and see what the club is all about!
Our new location is at the KW Naval Association at 315 Weber St N, Waterloo, N2J 3H8, Ontario.