When and where do we meet
The next meeting of the Central Coast Woodworkers will be August 9th starting at 7pm. Our program speaker will discuss several options for joining wood. Please contact our president, Michael at 805-227-6647 for more information.
Our Members Skills and Interests
Our Members have a wide variety of woodworking skills and interests. Some are beginners who started doing small projects after retirement; others have been doing woodworking during their entire working career. Some do single pieces of furniture up to an entire room of cabinets and tables. Other are experts with the lathe and make bowels and/or pens. Several members are experts with the scoll saw and /or band saw. Some make toys for the toy bank every year while others like to make musical instruments. Click on "Current Projedts" under Community Service for more information about our members.
Because of the wide interest of our members, our approach is to invite speakers of general interest to woodworkers. We also have a period of time during each meeting where members can share information about their projects that have been completed or discuss wookworking problems. Our Association normally meets on the second Thursday of every month (except in December). The meetings begin at 7PM and typically last about 1 to 2 hours. Click here to see our long term meeting schedule (use the back arrow to return to this page).
How to become a member
Our Second Vice President is our membership point of contact. Our dues are usually collected at our September meeting and cover the period from 1 September to 31 August. Of course you can join anytime and your dues will be prorated. First year is $35 and includes a name tag. Following years dues are $25. If your spouse would like to be a member the dues are $10. To join contact our Membership Vice President at our next meeting.
What are we doing
The purpose of this website is to provide information about the activities of the association. The links on the left will provide information about our Community service, how we are organized and support for woodworkers. Please use the lower link to contact our Board President for more information.
During 2017 we worked on several community projects as well as supporting the local Toy Bank. Click here for pictures of Display cabinets for the Warbirds Muscum and new bookcases for the Friends of the Library completed in late 2016.