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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., with most ending around 8:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the Hendersonville Operations Center, 305 Williams St. Most meetings include a Show & Tell segment with members sharing their work and guest speakers 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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Toys have always been a primary part of our club's DNA. Even in the early days before we had a club workshop, our members would work together in member's shops or individually to create wooden toys for underprivileged local children at Christmas time. 

At our last club meeting Tom Demoretcky led a group of club members in presenting new and interesting ideas for toys and gifts that can be built for our annual Christmas giveaway. Included in the presentation were updated figures on the age and gender makeup of the kids were are trying to assist, so club members can produce gifts more closely related to the people receiving them.


Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Kreg Jig in Cabinet Making
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Loam Ramo gives a presentation on the use of a Kreg Pockethole jig in the use of cabinet making. The next morning at the club workshop, Loam held a hands on workshop for members to try his techniques.
Annual Picnic
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Christmas Party & Toy Distribution
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Brian Brace
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Toy Presentation
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Photographer: Rick Hazzard

Photographer: Rick Hazzard
Brian Brace is a certified Roycroft Artisan and furniture builder. He is recognized nationally for his work.