Other woodcarving clubs in the area.
“The Catawba Valley Wood Carvers Club is located in Hickory, North Carolina. The club meets every second Thursday at Hickory store location of “Klingspor’s Woodworking Shop” at 856 21st Street Dr. SE (on Sweetwater Road). The meeting starts at 7 p.m. and ends about 9 p.m.
The primary goal of the Charlotte Woodcarvers is to promote the art of woodcarving and to educate carvers through workshops, seminars, classes and other activities. Charlotte Woodcarvers annually host the largest woodcarving show in the southeast. The show draws carvers from all over the U.S.
The Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild is dedicated to the preservation of the waterfowl carving heritage that runs deep through the history of the Core Sound area in North Carolina. Our celebrated past is defined by many aspects beyond the art of carving decoys.
Dayton Carvers Guild, Dayton Ohio, was founded by a small group of men and women who share a love of carving and sculpting wood.
An enthusiastic and gifted group of bird carvers.
The EverGreen Woodcarvers are in Greeneville, Tn. and they meet monthly on first Thursday of the month at Christ United Methodist Church, 307 South Main St. Greeneville, Tn..
Club members meet every Thursday from 1-4 PM at the Woodcraft store for open, group carving. This weekly carving event is open to all. Carvers work on projects of their choosing and with so much talent in the room it is a good place to ask for advice.
A social club to encourage, teach and share the joy of woodcarving for pleasure and community projects.
Chet Card of Everett, MA and Gene Matheson of Ipswich, MA were invited to exhibit woodcarvings on April 15, 1964 at the Houghton Library in Lynn Massachusetts. Several people who attended the exhibition teamed up with Chet and Gene, this small group would grow into the NEWC.
A dynamic and growing community of woodcarvers located in Huntsville, Alabama in the heart of the Tennessee Valley.
North Carolina Woodcarving Association
Carvers throughout Raleigh, Durham, Chapel and Piedmont North Carolina. This group includes a “Caricature Carver of America” member and many other talented carvers.
In November 1975, three men from Wheeling , West Virginia, found themselves driving to Steubenville, Ohio to attend meetings of the Stubenville Smoking Woodcarvers Club. These menBob Ligglebeck, Bill Zimmerman, and Irwin Zimmerman (no relation) decided the monthly trip to Steubenville was not as fun as it had once been, so they decide to form a local club.
The Pee Dee Woodcarvers club is a group of individuals promoting the art of woodcarving to the interested public.
Carving throughout the upstate of South Carolina. Formed in 1988 in Greenville, South Carolina, our mission is to provide support and education for anyone interested in the art of wood carving. The club host weekly carve-ins and a monthly meeting. Our annual ‘show and competition’ is normally held in the fall each year.
Promoting the art and craft of woodcarving in the Piedmont Triad including Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville, Thomasville and Winston-
Waterway Woodcarvers mission is to help, teach, and encourage woodcarvers. We meet every Tuesday morning at A.C. Moores in Myrtle Beach, S.C. There are no fees or membership dues.
The Western North Carolina Carvers are comprised the artisans at varying skill levels and ages who gather monthly to participate in carving, training sessions, and good fellowship with other local carvers.
Join Us. We meet every Tuesday, 7 pm @ the Arts Council of Wilson, floor 3R.