Our Meetings are being held in the woodworking shop at Ferris High School on the South Hill of Spokane.
- Meetings feature demonstrations from club members, local artists and world-renowned woodturners as well as a completed works show-off table, a Bring Back Bag monthly turning challenge, a wood/blank raffle, and more!
- Every third Saturday, the club hosts a hands-on Mentoring Workshop meeting where experienced turners are on hand to help members hone a technique, tool, or answer any questions you may have on a specific project. Note: 3rd Saturday mentoring is at Riverview Retirement Community’s woodworking shop and starts at 9am and ends when the last person leaves.
Our Mission is to provide education and information to those who are interested in woodturning.
Our Objectives are to:
- Promote interest in woodturning for persons of all levels of competence and experience;
- Stimulate creativity and instill safe practices
- Create and explore new methods and techniques.
Our Community Programs: Club members help mentor local high and middle school students who are interested in woodworking and woodturning. Please talk to Ron Valley if you would like to help.