Events

Meetings are held monthly on the fourth Monday with a social at 6:00 p.m. and the meeting following at 6:30 p.m. Most end around 8:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the Grace Lutheran Church in Hendersonville at 1245 6th Avenue. Most meetings include a Show & Tell segment with members sharing their work, and a Feature Presentation with a guest speaker covering a wide variety of woodworking topics. 

Additionally, the club periodically schedules field trips, visiting operations of interest to its members. Past field trips have included saw mills, chair makers and woodcraft suppliers.

The public is welcome to attend our monthly meetings or to stop by our shop. New members of any skill level are always welcome.

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Recent Events‚Äč

Making wooden toys for underprivileged children has always been one of the primary missions of Apple Country Woodcrafters. Tom Demoretcky, Judy, Nicholson, Ed Votruba and Wendell Holland reported on the effort needed to enable ACW to donate almost 3,000 toys at our annual Christmas Toy Giveaway last year. Apple Country Woodcrafters worked with multiple agencies that distribute the toys to the families. Lynn Skaggs, Executive Director of The Storehouse told ACW members, how the agencies such as The Storehouse find the families and get the toys to them. She also said how appreciative the families and their children are to receive the toys.

Photographer: Rick Hazzard
2019 Picnic
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Large turnout for our annual picnic was treated to fantastic food and friendship.
Just a few of Michele Marti designed chairs.
Michele Marti Presentation
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The Art of Jig Making
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Treasure Boxes by Mike Burrell
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Photographer: Rick Hazzard
CNC Woodworking
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Cynthia Gibson Woodworking
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Christmas Toy Giveaway
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard