Making Sawdust With A Purpose.
We have many working groups for our members to participate in. Some are designed for member education and others are working groups to complete projects such as toys or cabinets. Learn about our Groups here.
Reopening the Guild based on Alabama’s “Safer Apart” Order
In response to The Governor’s Safer Apart order your Board of Directors has implemented the following reopening plan for the Woodworkers Education Center (WEC):
- Effective 4/9/2021 and based on the Governor’s “Safer Apart” order, the wearing of mask are no longer required at the WEC but as Governor Ivey stated, “people are still strongly urged to continue their use while in public or in close contact with others”. Exercise personal responsibility to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you.
- Effective 4/9/2021 all areas of the WEC are open for use by members including the kitchen.
- Effective with our May general meeting 5/15/2021 the meeting will be held in person at the WEC for those wanting to attend and also will be presented as a Zoom meeting.
Safety has always been our highest priority. The challenges we are facing due to the pandemic have just added some additional layers to that. We greatly appreciate the cooperation all Guild members have shown in support of this safety focus.
Approved by the Board of Directors
Guild Membership Meeting, "In Person"
Saturday, October 16th, 2021
Our October General Membership meeting will be held Saturday, October 16th, 2021.
9:00am - 10:00am Show and Tell. Bring a completed project or one in progress to show off your work.
10:00am The General Membership Meeting starts. (Also available on ZOOM) This month Rick Ford will present the anatomy of a stringed instrument. Learn all about the parts and pieces that it takes to construct a stringed instrument such as a guitar or ukulele, you will be amazed!
Visitors are welcome.
Check Us Out
We are an organization of woodcrafters with skills ranging from beginner to master craftsmen.
Our members share woodworking tips, bring projects to show and tell, hear guest speakers, and see live woodworking demonstrations at every meeting. Our free library contains books on techniques, videos, and project plans.
The Guild’s Woodworking Education Center is located at the site of the old Maylene School building on Hwy 17 in Maylene, AL. The WEC is open Friday-Sunday for the membership and for visitors to drop by to see what we are all about. Please, before dropping by, check the WEC Calendar on our website (https://wp.awwg.info/calendar/) and make sure a Supervisor is scheduled to be on-duty.