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Thank you for visiting our web site. The Sunflower Woodworker's Guild was established in Wichita in 1991. The purpose of the Guild is to build woodworking skills through the sharing of knowledge, and promotes all skill levels from beginners to professionals. We meet the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Downtown Senior Center located at 200 South Walnut. The social period begins at 6:30 p.m. where members exchange ideas and discuss new tools. The general meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. with a presentation of a woodworking skill by one of our members, or an invited guest speaker.
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Our program this month is presented by members of the Great Plains Wood Carvers. Also of interest is the carvers show to be held in May. See the flier later in this issue. They will cover the different types of wood they typically use for carving. Talk about the different types or catagories of carving. They will show examples of the different types and the tools they use to produce them. They will have samples of their work as well as the tools they use and will be fielding questions from the viewing audience during and after their presentation.
Be sure to check out our Special Events page for upcoming tours/trips/programs
We usually have one major event where we bring in a world renowned woodworker like Marc Adams. Pooling our resources to get someone like Marc Adams is a benefit of our Guild.
If you are not familiar with our Guild, we encourage you to come visit with us at one of our monthly meetings. We all come from a variety of backgrounds, but we all love working with wood. So, come on down and visit.
If you would like more information about our Guild or you would like to become a member please contact any of our officers and they would be happy to help you get aquainted with other members and to help you with your membership. Our annual dues are $20.00 or $10.00 if you join after June.