Photos from January Show & Tell
Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Monday 9am - 4pm
Tuesday 9am - 12:30pm & 6pm - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm ( Carving Group )
Friday 9am - 12:30pm (starting March 1st)
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Welcome to Apple Country Woodcrafters!
Apple Country Woodcrafters is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose goal is to develop woodworking projects to benefit our community and the education of our members. Our largest effort is making wooden toys for local underprivileged children at Christmas. For the past few years, the number of toys has exceeded 2,000. This is enhanced by the camaraderie enjoyed among our members, whose common interest is a love for woodworking. We are delighted that you are interested in joining us.
Reminder time to pay 2019 dues
Feb 22 Shop Cleanup
Feb 23 Shop Cleanup (if needed)
Feb 25 Monthly Meeting - Bob Bernard will demonstrate how to make keepsake boxes.
Feb 26 Workshop by Bob Bernard on keepsake box making.
March 1 Shop open on Friday mornings
- Well equipped 3,750 sq. ft. woodworking facility
- Resource Library and lumber store
- Discounts at local woodworking stores
- Periodic educational workshops
- Community "give back" opportunities
- Fellowship with people of similar interests
These pictures of a Lady Bug Jewelry Box made by Jack Gillette for the 2018 Toy Drive. This was a design chosen by Gillette in response to a call for jewelry boxes for young girls. It was one of many designs members came up with for the annual toy drive.
Photos from January Show & Tell Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Horizon Heating & Hannah Flanagan's Pub, have graciously donated funds to help Apple Country Woodcrafters with our operating costs.
If you would like to help Apple Country Woodcrafters serve our community, you can do so through the Legacy Giving Program. By clicking the link above you can help ACW continue its mission for generations.
Our thanks to those who help us serve our community.