Part II in our series on Segmented Woodturning – which was put together by Jim Whattam and Scott Whishart –...
First State Woodturners
First State Woodturners
Our Chapter is open to woodturners of all ages and skill levels. We typically meet the first Wednesday of every month. Currently, most of our meetings are online via Zoom. But we also have Hands-On Workshops and other in-person events throughout the year.
Going forward, whether we meet online or in person, we plan to continue streaming our meetings so that everyone can attend regardless of where you live.
We have members throughout the Mid-Atlantic region – Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland – and beyond. In addition to our Regular Membership, we also offer a reduced-price Affiliate Membership for those who already belong to another AAW Chapter. International Memberships are available for those who live outside the US, and we have a Student Membership for K-12 students. And there’s also a Family Membership available. See our Membership page for complete details…
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Usually on the 1st Wednesday of the month, 7 – 9 PM
Currently, most of our meetings are held online via Zoom, however we have Hand-On Workshops and other in-person events throughout the year…
Annual dues only $25! See our Membership page for details…
(Affiliate Memberships are available for members of other AAW Chapters)
Come see what we're up to!
We try to have several Hands-On Workshops throughout the year. These are typically hosted at a member's workshop and focus on a particular skill or topic.
Teaching Kids to Turn
We collaborate with local shop / STEM teachers to hold woodturning classes for students.
We attend community events to demonstrate and educate folks about woodturning.
Our excellent video demo on Segmented Woodturning is now available on our YouTube Channel. Jim Whattam – who is now...
First State Woodturners is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to sharing our skills and growing the craft of woodturning. We participate in many community outreach initiatives, including the Beads of Courage program for children, teaching woodturning to area high school students, and demonstrating at local events. Your donation will help us advance these goals.