Demonstration: Turning a Birdhouse Christmas Ornament - Bob Fenn
Doors open: 7:00 PM
Meeting Starts: 7:30 PM
The Thames Valley Woodturners Guild is a
group of woodturners over 80 strong situated in and around London Ontario.
Our regular meetings provide the woodturner with a great network of other
woodturners in the London area. We are a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW)
Demonstrations: We have turning demonstrations from guild members and occasionally from other masters
in the field. Our demonstrations are instructional and interactive with the audience.
TVWG Drop-In night TBD for 2016
All are welcome from the public and from the membership! Bring a piece of wood you want to turn for some instruction by mentors AND bring your tools to sharpen. Ask any questions you like or feel free to watch others!
This is a free service from the executive to members as part of your membership!
Upcoming Guild Demonstrations
We are endeavoring to fill in the demonstration schedule for the rest of the 2015/2016 calendar years.
If you have a topic you would like to see demonstrated OR if you would like to demonstrate something you are
currently working on please contact the president from the link on the contact page.
Hollowing - Paul Newton, Bob Fenn
Sep 30th - Oct 2nd
Woodstock Wood Show!
Turning a Bowl - Paul Newton
Birdhouse Ornament - Bob Fenn
Christmas Social - with a short demo on the OneWay!
David Ellsworth Demonstration - All Day, Lunch Included Please purchase tickets at the guild meetings. More information on dates to come. This will be a demonstration only. No hands-on date is scheduled.
Upcoming Professional Woodturners Demonstrations
These are all day sessions where the guild hosts a renowned professional woodturner. Come and see the excellent demonstrations and learn tips and tricks from masters of the trade - it is well worth the price of admission!
Steven Kennard - April 10-11th 2016
David Ellsworth - April (TBD Day) 2017
Upcoming Guild Challenges
April 2016 - Yo-Yo Challenge
Turn a standard sized yo-yo (approximately 2.5"-3.5" in diameter). Prize categories will be for aesthetics and the top that
spins the longest.
June 2016 - Goblet Challenge
Turn a goblet as demonstrated by Paul Newton at the April 2016 meeting
Note on the President's Challenges:
There will be two major yearly challenges presented to guild members throughout the year with the intent of giving guild
members plenty of lead time to design and prepare for the challenges. These challenges are called President's Challenges.
The December challenge will be announced in June or September and will be due in December.
The June challenge will be announced in December or January and will be due in June.