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Meetings and Events

The Northeastern Wisconsin Woodworkers Guild holds monthly meetings and hosts events and programs throughout the year. Click location for information about where monthly meetings are held. Click events sponsored by other organizations to see other related events that might interest you.

Monthly Meetings:

Monthly meetings feature presentations of interest to woodworkers. They are typically held at 7pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Please click Upcoming Meetings to check details below or look in the current newsletter in Newsletters. The exceptions when monthly meetings do not take place include the month of the Spring Woodworking Show, August Picnic, and December Potluck celebration.

Examples of past program topics include:

  • Glues and adhesives
  • Turning
  • 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.

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Upcoming Meetings:

March 19, 2020


Dear Fellow NEWWG Members and Friends,

As you all are aware, our communities are under a virus War, the likes of which we have never seen in our lifetimes.

Each of us shares concern for our families of course, along with our friends and our Greater Communities. It is imperative that we as a team work together to also keep each other safe and free of this Pandemic!

Therefore after much research and consideration, as President & V. P. of your Guild.  We feel it is imperative to cancel our B. O. D. meetings for 2 months, along with our regular monthly guild meetings for April and May.  This may have to be updated, depending on what is shut down in our area. We will keep you posted.

We are sure we all can find lots of wood projects to create during this time. They will be a wonderful addition to our 38th Annual Show, whenever we can re-schedule.

We want you to know our prayers will include you and your families, for your continued Good Health and peace of mind, until we can get together again.

We ask God to Bless us all and our Communities.

          Most Sincerely Yours,
                    President Paul M. Murphy
                    Vice President Pat Williams


Upcoming Events & Programs:

Check Back Soon For Upcoming Meeting Dates

Events Sponsored by Other Organizations:

A New Woodcarving Club

A new woodcarving club is forming in the Green Bay area. The first meeting will take place  May 14th at 6:30 PM, at the Brown County Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) located at 300 S. Adams St. Anyone interested in woodcarving, from beginner to seasoned veteran, is welcome to attend. As of now, the club is limited to those 16 years or older, but that may change in the future. Experienced carvers should bring their own projects and tools. Starter projects and assistance will be provided for beginners.  No registration is required.

For more information please contact Dan Hemminger at dlhemminger01@gmail.com or call 920-433-0141.

2020 U.S. Bodgers Ball and Greenwood Fest

Midwest Tool Collectors National Meeting 

Spring 2020, Jun 17-20, 2020, Green Bay, Radisson Motel and Conference Center

           Local program chair, Larry Thorson (608) 779-0966

Midwest Tool is a national group whose members use, collect and trade vintage tools, primarily woodworking tools but also other specialty tools.   The group also has compiled volumes of vintage tool information.   The demonstrations and trade table will feature 100’s of vintage tools.  If you would like to find the value of granddads tool(s) this would be a likely group to help.    

With a modest membership fee and daily attendance fee, new members are able to   “shop for tools” or participate in any other activities. Attending spouses are also required to register. A badge issued at registration is required to attend all meeting activities and is strictly enforced.

The fee is typically on the order of $60 for all three days. Saturday is the only day a member can register ($25) for a single day. Individuals who would like to join at the meeting can pay the $25 membership fee and receive complimentary registration for the Saturday only portion of the meeting.

Monthly Meeting Location:

Ashwaubenon High School

Current location for monthly programs is Ashwaubenon High School, 2391 S. Ridge Rd. Enter from the west side of the building, through entrance W 21, and turn right to the meeting room. There will be signs to direct you.