Meetings and Events
Monthly meetings feature presentations of interest to woodworkers. They are typically held at 7pm, recently moving to the 3rd Wednesday of the month.There have also been some changes to the location of the meetings. Please click Upcoming Meetings to check details below or look in the Newsletter.
Examples of past program topics include:
- Glues and adhesives
- Spalted wood
- Flute making
- Many more
Suggestions for programs are always welcome. Past programs are recorded and available in the library under the category “meeting.”
Meetings also include time for questions, help from other woodworkers, and sharing of accomplishments (Woodworker’s Show and Tell).
There is also a “sub-group” of carvers who hold an additional monthly gathering with “hands-on” sessions focusing on carving techniques, sharpening, design, and painting.
NEW LOCATION FOR REGULAR MONTHLY NEWWG MEETINGS
Beginning with the October 18th meeting, the location is Ashwaubenon High School, 2391 S. Ridge Rd. Enter from the west side of the building, 21W, and turn right to the meeting room. There will be signs and people to direct you.
Upcoming events & programs:
|April program; 4-18-2018 7pm,
PROGRAM/MEETING FOR APRIL 18 IS CANCELLED, DUE TO WEATHER AND TRAVEL ISSUES FOR PRESENTER. We will reschedule this program in the future. Sorry for any inconvenience.
2018 UPCOMING PROGRAMS AT ASHWAUBENON HIGH SCHOOL 7 PM
April 18 Tom Sveum Building old-time wagon wheels
May 16 Ken Quade Building a table using hand tools only
June 20 Bob Kuritz Thin veneer marquetry
July 18 Lafe Nelson Custom made knives and sheaths
Aug 19 Sun PICNIC DeBroux Park More details to be arranged
Map Ashwaubenon High School
On Campus directions
Ashwaubenon High School
Enter from the west side of the building 21 W. Turn right to meeting room
The exceptions when monthly meetings do not take place include the month of the spring show, August picnic, and December potluck celebration.
Events sponsored by other groups:
The NEWWG has hosted a woodworking show in Green Bay each spring since 1983 to bring greater awareness of woodworking to the larger community. Members display their work, with some woodworkers demonstrating techniques as well. Some will also have items for sale. A raffle of donated items draws a lot of interest, and provides revenue to the guild. Dates and details announced as they are developed.