Photos from October Show & Tell
Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Monday 9am - 4pm
Tuesday 9am - 12:30pm & 6pm - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm (Carving Group)
6pm - 9 pm (starting November)
Friday 9am - 12:30pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Welcome to Apple Country Woodcrafters!
Apple Country Woodcrafters is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is the education of our members and developing woodworking projects that benefit our community. Over 2,000 wooden toys have been produced in each of the last three years, for local underprivileged children at Christmas. The camaraderie enjoyed among our members enhances our love of woodworking. We are delighted that you are visiting our website and welcome you to join us.
Nov 25 Monthly Meeting - Presentation will be by internationally recognized woodworker Cynthia Carden Gibson. Her work has been published in American Craft Magazine, Pyrography Magazine, American Woodturner and many others.
Dec 4 Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway - 9:30 am refreshments, 10:00 am Toy Giveaway.
The Hungry Alligator was yet another toy spotted in a gift shop. It is also in the electronic stack of plans (made from scratch by member John Anderson) in the computer on the Supervisor’s Desk.
Photos from October Show & Tell Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Horizon Heating & Hannah Flanagan's Pub, have graciously donated funds to help Apple Country Woodcrafters' with our operating costs such as rent and materials.
Thank you to those who help ACW serve our community.
You can help Apple Country Woodcrafters continue to serve our community by donating through the Legacy Giving Program. By clicking the link above you can help ACW continue its' mission for generations to come.
- Well equipped 3,750 sq. ft. woodworking facility
- Library with over 500 books plus magazines from Wood, Woodsmith, and Fine Woodworking
- Lumber store with reduced pricing on hardwoods & Baltic Birch plywood
- Discounts at local woodworking stores
- Educational meetings, periodic workshops and field trips
- Community "give back" opportunities
- “Early Bird” notice of tool sales by members and estates
- Fellowship with other woodworkers