The Glendale Woodturners Guild is the local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners. We are an organization that provides, within the greater Los Angeles Metropolitan area, a forum for those interested in woodturning. Our goal is to inspire, educate, and share not only with ourselves, but also with the larger community, the technical and artistic aspects of lathe-turned work.
Interested in joining the Glendale Woodturners Guild?
We bring people of all ages together who share a common interest, to bond and create friendships and memories that last a lifetime. Find out more about becoming a member of Glendale Woodturners Guild. We meet regularly to discuss upcoming events, finalize plans and make important association decisions. Meetings are the 2nd Sunday of every month at 2:00 PM at the Crescenta Valley Regional Park Recreation Center in the Community Room at 3901 Dunsmore Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214
The next meeting date is: November 11
November: Sandy Huse - Fold forming & Heat coloration
Presidents Challenge for November 2018: - The Art of Coloring Wood
November 11: Presenter: Sandy Huse - Fold forming & Heat coloration
December 9th meeting: Christmas potluck and auction. Bring food and auction items to fundraise for GWG
Meetings are the 2nd Sunday of every month at 2:00 PM at the Crescenta Valley Regional ParkRecreation Center in the Community Room at 3901 Dunsmore Ave,La Crescenta, CA 91214
Beads of Courage provids innovative, arts-in-medicine supportive care programs for children coping with serious illness, their families and the health care providers who care for them. Beads of Courage, Inc. is an approved public charity under I.R.S. Code Section 501(c)(3), based in Tucson, Arizona.
Beads of Courage members may receive thousands of beads. It is desirable for your boxes to hold them all. As a result, turned or rectangular lidded boxes need to be large. Larger is better! Recommended interior dimensions for turned boxes are 6” diameter (5” minimum), 5” height (4” minimum). Recommended interior dimensions for flat-work boxes are 4” x 6” x 4”.
American Woodturner, the journal of the AAW, is one of the most informative and widely read woodturning publications in the world. Each issue of this bi-monthly magazine (up to 70 pages) is packed with a wide array of articles focusing on everything from basic woodturning techniques and special projects to innovative design ideas. For more information, including membership forms, visit the AAW website