NEXT MEETING. See meeting info in the lower left corner below.
Glenn Lucas September 22, and 23, 2017
Registration open for the 23nd.
You don't have to go to Ireland to take a class from Glenn, although a great many do. For your convenience we are bringing Glenn to MWA go to the calendar drop down and follow the Glenn Lucas link to register.
Link to Glenn's Website: http://glennlucaswoodturning.com/
The class which is scheduled for the 22nd has filled.
Registration for the Glenn Lucas Large Group Demo September 23rd is now open for members. You must be logged in as a member to register for this demo. Take advantage of your membership by registering at this lower rate.
Wednesday evening sharpening classes have ended for the summer and will resume in September.
Sales Opportunity for members:
If you are interested in selling at an artisan or craft fair Applejack Orchards is looking for woodturners. The fair is one day, September 9th. There will be no charge for a booth space. They are located just west of Rockford 1 mile yo County Rd 32( aka 37th st.) and 1 mile further on 32. This is about 20 minutes drive west on Hwy 55 from our meeting location. They are one of the largest "pick your own orchards" in the twin cities, so customers will not be a concern. If you are interested send an email and a couple of pictures to email@example.com
Thank you to our MWA Sponsors:
- Houck Machine Company & Steve Kingdon
- Woodcraft of Minneapolis
- Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
Minnesota Woodturners is an official chapter of the American Association of Woodturners woodturner.org
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Welcome to the Minnesota Woodturners Association (MWA) located in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN. We provide woodturning classes and education in Minnesota.
Minnesota Woodturners Association ("MWA"), a Minnesota nonprofit corporation, exists to foster and encourage a wider understanding and appreciation of woodturning as a craft and art form, both traditional and contemporary, among the general public, hobbyists and professional woodturners, and to educate the general public and MWA members in the art and techniques of woodturning.