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    • 03/26/2024
    • 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Jefferson Middle School

    Olympia Woodworkers Guild March Meeting and Presentation

    When: 6:30-8:15pm , March 26

    Presenter: John Chernoff

    Topic: Drawbore Joinery

    Information to be provided

    • 04/23/2024
    • 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Bruno Hervieux's Workshop

     Olympia Woodworkers Guild April Meeting and Presentation

    When:  6:30 - 8:15, April 23

    Where:  Bruno's Workshop between Yelm and Rainier (Directions to be provided)

    Presenter: Bruno Hervieux

    Topic:  Wood-based Marquetry

    Bruno Hervieux, an internationally known woodworker, will describe his approach to wood-based marquetry at his own shop.   See samples of his work at   More information to be provided.

    • 05/28/2024
    • 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Arbutus Folk School

    Olympia Woodworkers Guild May Meeting and Presentation

    When:  6:30 - 8:15, Tuesday, May 28

    Where:  Arbutus Folk School, 705 4th Ave E.  (This is the new Arbutus location!)

    Presenter:  Hathan Gullickson

    Topic: On Using Hand Planes

    Hathan Gullickson, Guild member, is a master woodworker with hand tools, among other things.  He will describe and demonstrate best practices for the use of hand planes.  

    More information to be provided.

    • 07/23/2024

    NOTICE:   No Regular Olympia Woodworkers Guild Monthly Meeting in July 2024

    In July there will be no regular monthly meeting of the Olympia Woodworkers Guild.   Instead, the Guild will host its annual summer picnic on Sunday, July 28, at the Rose Garden Shelter in Squaxin Park.    

    • 07/28/2024
    • Olympia's Squaxin Park, Rose Garden Shelter

    Olympia Woodworkers Guild 2024  Summer Picnic:   Sunday, July 28

    Put a hold on your summer calendars for the Olympia Woodworkers Guild summer picnic to be held on Sunday, July 28 at Squaxin Park in the Rose Garden Shelter!   Exact start and end times are not yet set but expect the picnic to start in late morning and run through mid afternoon with lots of food and fun to be had by all.     

    More information will be provided as we get closer to July.   

    Also, Guild members should consider volunteering to join the Picnic Planning Committee.  Details will be announced  in the Guild's upcoming regular monthly meetings.

Olympia Woodworkers Guild is sponsored by Arbutus Folk School, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

Location: 705 4th Ave E, Olympia WA, 98501 

Mailing address: 120 State Ave NE #298, Olympia, WA, 98501

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