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WoVA Meetings

Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 9am - noon at 'Phoenix Shop' in Mt. Jackson, VA.

The 1st Saturday is business meeting with show & tell and woodturning presentation.   3rd Saturday is a skill enhancement session.

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About WoVA


 Since its founding in 2001 the Woodturners of the Virginias (WoVA) primary goals have been the education of its members in all aspects of woodturning and the promotion of interest in woodturning in Virginia and West Virginia.  Efforts toward these goals have taken various forms:  demonstrations at monthly meetings; technical seminars by nationally known experts; exhibitions of members' work; skill enhancement sessions; book and tool purchasing programs; and the publication of a monthly newsletter.  The WoVA club is one of 283 local chapters of the American Association of Woodturners.

Our Members:

The Club has approximately 60 members from the foothills of the Shenandoah Valley and neighboring West Virginia.  Member skill levels vary from novice to professional.  Member interests cover all types of woodturning including bowls, spindles, pens, hollow vessels, novelty items like bottle stoppers and much more. 

Membership in the Club is open to anyone with an interest in woodturning, regardless of level of skill or knowledge.  Dues are $20.00 individual and $30.00 family, per year. 


Meetings are normally held on the first Saturday of the month starting at 9:00am, in Mt. Jackson, VA.  A typical meeting consists of a business portion to discuss the status of the club, upcoming events, group book & tool purchases, and other Club activities.  The business portion of the meeting is then followed by a 'Special Program' highlighting some new aspect of woodturning for skill enhancement and education.

There is also a skill enhancement session held on the third Saturday of the month.  This session is geared towards hands-on activities to improve your woodturning skills

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