During the Covid-19 pandemic we have redesigned our Special Interest Group meetings and the General Meetings. We are currently holding online Zoom meetings.
We are in limited operations. The 
Special Interest Group Leaders will notify members of workshops. Pay attention to email and phone notifications. 

No mask, no entry.

In December of 2020, we gave away 1,400 toys that we distributed to 13 non-profit organizations who work in our community with families and children in need. We do this every year. Most of the toys were made at home this year by dedicated volunteers.

Our club membership is comprised of men and women doing woodworking. Hand tools, power tools, and digital tools all are in our tool belts. We create toys, furniture, turning, carving…. The shop has most tools used in woodworking, power and manual – saws, lathes, sanders, planers, scroll saws and we have a 60 watt CO2 laser.

Normally, we have classes and group projects helping one another learn and promote the art and enjoyment of this craft. During this time, we will hold individual classes, when asked. Individual and family membership available.

Below is a segment on what we are doing, which was shown on our local CBS affiliate, in early December 2020. 

We currently use Zoom for our meetings. 

The shop is open, by appointment. 

We have six  – Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Toys, Lathe, Scroll Saw, Tools and Techniques, Carving, and Digital Workshop. Members attend and participate in the groups of their interest. We are dedicated to teaching the skills of woodworking, by classes, projects, and demonstrations, with safety and participation.

Some program/project are supported, in part, by the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.s