Become a Member

The best way to get the most benefit out of the Inland Northwest Woodturner is to become one yourself.  Join with us to promote the art and craft of woodturning in the Inland Northwest.

Dues are $30 per year, collected in January, or prorated at $2.50 per month for new members based on when you join.  However, the prorating ends after June when the dues are $15.00.  The Inland Northwest Woodturners dues DO NOT cover AAW dues, which are separate.

You may pay your dues ON LINE with a credit card by going to the Store page of this website and picking the item from the listings based on your month of joining.

What do I have to do to become a member:

1.  Fill out the application form


(If you really want to use paper click here).

2. Pay online by credit card by going to the "Store" page of this website.
or: Make checks payable to: Inland Northwest Woodturners 
or: Bring your dues to the next meeting or send them to:
      Carl Bodenstein, Treasurer INW,
      701 W Timberview Ln
      Spokane, WA 99204

Please note that your membership will NOT be official until the treasurer receives your dues.

The American Association of Woodturners

Everyone is encouraged to also become a member of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW)

Besides a subscription to American Woodturner, you'll be covered by insurance, have access to all issues of American Woodturner, get discounts for woodturning events including the annual national symposium and be part of the happiest group of people in the world!

Try AAW for FREE!  New AAW Guest Membership Program

AAW has a Guest membership program for our chapter members who are not yet AAW members. By signing up for a complimentary Guest membership, club members can have limited access to AAW member resources for a full 60 days. They'll be able to explore what the AAW has to offer, kick our tires, and hopefully decide to become full-fledged AAW members and benefit from everything the AAW has to offer.

Our Guest membership welcome page at has handy resources for getting started in woodturning, the Safety Guidebook for Woodturners, and much more. We will be adding sample articles to this page from each new American Woodturner and Woodturning FUNdamentals issue. All AAW members have access to the materials on this page. Check it out and see how AAW will help you improve your woodturning skills.

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