The North Suburban Carvers --- http://www.northsuburbancarvers.org/ 1st and 3rd Monday 6-9pm
The club is composed of men and women of all ages and various backgrounds who are involved in woodcarving as a creative art form. We also have a few junior carvers, our members range in age from 9 to 90+. Beginners are especially welcome to join us and learn from our special teaching seminars and more advanced carvers.
Don Chasteen Membership Chairman 630-833-6102
Batavia Wood Carvers is a casual carving society which meets Mondays from 7-9 p.m. in the McWayne Annex of the Bethany Lutheran Church located at Wilson and Lincoln Streets in Batavia, Illinois. All new and experienced carvers are welcome. Teaching is available. For more information contact Bob Mau or Dick MacFeely at 630-319-5905. Come join us to keep this 25 year carving tradition alive.
Dupage Woodworkers www.dupagewoodworkers.org
The DuPage Woodworkers Club is dedicated to increasing the enjoyment of woodworking. Woodworkers of all skill levels, in every area of woodworking, are welcome. Our belief is that one learns by sharing, hence our motto, Learning by Sharing.
Fox Valley Woodworkers Club Our club provides a forum through which members can express, share and promote a common interest in woodworking. Regardless of your area of interest or skill level. novice to expert, you are sure to enjoy what FVWWC has to offer. Guests are invited to stop by one of our General Meetings and see what we are all about! www.fvwwc.org
Chicagoland Scrollers www.chicagoscrollers.com
Harry Nohr Woodturners http://nohrwoodturners.tripod.com/
We meet the second Tuesday of every month at the art building on the University of Wisconsin, Platteville campus.
The purpose of the Harry Nohr Woodturners club, is to bring together people from all backgrounds to enjoy and learn the art/craft of wood turning. Whether the individual is a hobbyist, part-timer or professional turner, all are welcomed. The Harry Nohr Woodturners goal is to meet once a month to share ideas and techniques on woodturning and tools, trade wood and conduct demonstrations on wood turning techniques. Meetings will be held primarily at facilities located on the University of Wisconsin Platteville Campus as the club is affiliated with UWP and membership is comprised of woodturners and students from the University Community and the surrounding area.
Fox Valley Wood Carvers
The Fox Valley Woodcarvers meet at the Fox Valley Older Adults, 1406 Suydam Rd., Sandwich Illinois, every Tuesday morning and 6:30 PM the first Tuesday of every month. Our club is informal with a goal of teaching and promoting the art of woodcarving to men and women of all ages. Beginners are especially welcome. For more information please contact Joe Dillett (815 498 9290).
Affiliated Wood Carvers, Limited (AWC),Bettendorf, Iowa http://www.awcltd.org/
The Valley Carvers club of Ottawa, IL. meet the first tuesday of the month at the Andrew Fox high rise at 906 canal street in Ottawa at 6:30. We are looking for carvers or people who would like to learn to carve to come and join us. If interested contact Bob Wills at 815-634-3086.
We also are hosting our 23rd wood carving expo on September 25, 2011 at the Starved Rock State Park in Utica, IL.
Naperville Woodcarver Alfred Rubin Riverwalk Community Center 305 Jackson Ave, Naperville, IL 60540-5204 Every Tuesday morning from 9-noon. Casual gathering to carve. No charge. Contact Shelly Weiser 773-405-2229