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    • 01 Jun 2020
    • (PDT)
    • 02 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 20 sessions
    • Online

    All Guild members are invited to the monthly Guild Meet-up

    NOW ON-LINE

    Join Zoom Meeting

    https://zoom.us/j/98449317591?pwd=QmMyU0h4a3JLblgvOXFWZC8xUDJZdz09

    Meeting ID: 984 4931 7591
    Passcode: 880391

    When: First Monday of the Month @ 11:30
    Where: On-Line

    Guild Monthly Lunch gathering Comes to Zoom

    In an effort to allow members to keep the comradery of our monthly lunch meetings going, we will be hosting a Zoom get together at 11:30 AM on the first Monday of the month.

    Since it's going to be difficult to eat lunch together, we thought we could go around the gathered group and briefly discuss what we may or may not have been doing in your shop. If you have any pictures of items you'd like to share, have them available on your PC or Phone (depending on what you're connecting to the meeting with), and we'll be able to share your screen.

    For information on using Zoom, click HERE


    • 03 Aug 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 2
    Register

    Getting Started – Shop Safety for Beginners

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild (all members) is a prerequisite for taking this class.

    Instructors: Jeff Hilber, Ginny Benware

    The Getting Started class is a continuation of the safety process in good woodworking practices taught in the Intro to the Guild class.

    Getting Started is a required class for those needing experience with the safe and appropriate use of portable power tools, prior to starting the path to the Guild’s Shop Certification classes.

    This is a four-hour class, with ~2-12 hours of practice with a jig saw, a trim router, a random orbital sander, drill motors (battery and corded), a circular saw and installing their accessories.

    Curriculum includes:

    Drawing up a plan and cutting list

    What happens at the lumber yard; grading, moisture content, grain and figure.

    Wood characteristics, hidden hazards

    Simple approaches to accuracy,

    Specific tool safety techniques.

    The final section of the class will be using these tools to create a cutting board. Material provided by the Guild.

    Please review the Guild’s PPE (personal protection equipment) policy from the Intro to the Guild class.

    Have all your PPE for this class. Approved wrap around safety glasses, hearing protection, a dust mask (these tools are not connected to the dust collection system)

    In addition, follow the COVID-19 virus protection protocols required for Shop use

    Class size is four students. Each student will have their own area in the Shop with each tool to be demonstrated. No tool sharing. Safe distancing.

    Masks in place and hands washed before entering the Shop.

    Dress appropriately for working in the Shop.

    The handouts will be reviewed in class.

    Students must bring to class these items: shop apron, personal and required PPE, pencil, combination square or similar, razor knife, tape measure, notebook, piece of chalk, blank piece of paper for drawing and a straight edge.

    Upon completion of Getting Started, members can sign-up for the Shop Certification classes.

    For more information on the Shop Certification process:https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment. 

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.

    • 03 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 10 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 0
    Join waitlist


    Instructor- Dennis Dolph

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild (all members) and Getting Started (beginners only) are prerequisites for taking this class.  If you've taken the S & O class within the last year but still need the old Machine Skills classes, this is the new class you need to take.

    This class is designed for the member to obtain a Guild Shop Card (formerly called the Green Card) and is required to work in the Guild machine room or to take classes using the “core” power tools.

    The class consists of two 4-hour sessions and will certify you on the commonly used "core” power tools: chop saw, bandsaw, jointer, planer, table saw, stationary sanders and the drill press.

    The instructor will demonstrate using each tool and discuss safe practices. There  will be the opportunity to practice using each tool. By the end of the class, one should feel comfortable operating each tool safely. Upon successful completion, the instructor will issue a Guild Shop Card. Materials will be provided.

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions. For more information on the Shop Certification process; https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment.

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and Join Now.

    COVID - 19 Protocols



    • 07 Aug 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 0

    Instructor - Tim Moore

    This training is only for certified Shop Attendants only and is not available for registration online.  Any SA wishing to take this training must be approved for participation by the Shop Attendant Leads.

    This is training is on the safe use of the Wide Belt Sander.  Shop rules require the use of this machine to be managed directly by Shop Attendants in order to ensure safety of both machine and user.  The training will focus on the basic use of the machine including set up, changing the belt, adjusting the height procedures and other related functions.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now



    • 10 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 12 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 0
    Join waitlist


    Instructor- Asa Christiana

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild (all members) and Getting Started (beginners only) are prerequisites for taking this class.  If you've taken the S & O class within the last year but still need the old Machine Skills classes, this is the new class you need to take.

    This class is designed for the member to obtain a Guild Shop Card (formerly called the Green Card) and is required to work in the Guild machine room or to take classes using the “core” power tools.

    The class consists of two 4-hour sessions and will certify you on the commonly used "core” power tools: chop saw, bandsaw, jointer, planer, table saw, stationary sanders and the drill press.

    The instructor will demonstrate using each tool and discuss safe practices. There  will be the opportunity to practice using each tool. By the end of the class, one should feel comfortable operating each tool safely. Upon successful completion, the instructor will issue a Guild Shop Card. Materials will be provided.

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions. For more information on the Shop Certification process; https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment.

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and Join Now.

    COVID - 19 Protocols



    • 15 Aug 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 5

    Getting Started – Shop Safety for Beginners

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild (all members) is a prerequisite for taking this class.

    Instructors: Jeff Hilber, Emily Funabiki

    The Getting Started class is a continuation of the safety process in good woodworking practices taught in the Intro to the Guild class.

    Getting Started is a required class for those needing experience with the safe and appropriate use of portable power tools, prior to starting the path to the Guild’s Shop Certification classes.

    This is a four-hour class, with ~2-12 hours of practice with a jig saw, a trim router, a random orbital sander, drill motors (battery and corded), a circular saw and installing their accessories.

    Curriculum includes:

    Drawing up a plan and cutting list

    What happens at the lumber yard; grading, moisture content, grain and figure.

    Wood characteristics, hidden hazards

    Simple approaches to accuracy,

    Specific tool safety techniques.

    The final section of the class will be using these tools to create a cutting board. Material provided by the Guild.

    Please review the Guild’s PPE (personal protection equipment) policy from the Intro to the Guild class.

    Have all your PPE for this class. Approved wrap around safety glasses, hearing protection, a dust mask (these tools are not connected to the dust collection system)

    In addition, follow the COVID-19 virus protection protocols required for Shop use

    Class size is four students. Each student will have their own area in the Shop with each tool to be demonstrated. No tool sharing. Safe distancing.

    Masks in place and hands washed before entering the Shop.

    Dress appropriately for working in the Shop.

    The handouts will be reviewed in class.

    Students must bring to class these items: shop apron, personal and required PPE, pencil, combination square or similar, razor knife, tape measure, notebook, piece of chalk, blank piece of paper for drawing and a straight edge.

    Upon completion of Getting Started, members can sign-up for the Shop Certification classes.

    For more information on the Shop Certification process:https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment. 

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.

    • 17 Aug 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 2
    Register

    Advanced Tool Class - Router and Router Table 

    Instructor - Chip Webster

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild and Shop Certification is a prerequisite.   

    This class is about safe use of router and router table and is designed to help you with Guild Shop Certification on these machines.

    The router is one of the most versatile tools in the shop. It is commonly used to do routine cutting of slots with a straight bit, but has great flexibility in edge profiling and in use with jigs. The router is a simple motor 1, 2 ¼ or 3 ½ horsepower with a changeable collet that can hold thousands of bit styles. It can be mounted in a table for exquisite control or hand held when the project is too large to get onto the table.

    If you are not confident in your mastery of this machine, then this is the class for you. We will discuss best practice for each operation, you will see it demonstrated, and then you will have the opportunity to perform the procedure yourself, hands on. By the end of the class, you should feel comfortable that you can operate these machines safely. Materials will be provided.


    A Shop Attendant needs to be an intermediate woodworker and is expected to work at least one shift a month, plus attend the monthly SA meeting.

    If you were in the process of getting your shop card before COVID shut the shop down, and this is the last class that you need to get your shop card, please contact our registrar, Julie, at registrar@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.




    • 17 Aug 2021
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Online
    Register


    Guild General Meeting

    August 17, 2021

    6:30 Social time  - 7:00 Meeting

     

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    Check back for program announcement in early August.


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    • 21 Aug 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    Instructor-Dennis Dolph

    The Band Saw is considered one of the most versatile tools in a woodworking shop. It can cut boards from logs and slice thin boards from thick ones. On the other hand, it can cut delicate curves and precise joints.  

    If you are not confident in your mastery of the Bandsaw, then this is the class for you. We will discuss best practice for each operation, you will see it demonstrated, and then you will have the opportunity to perform the procedure yourself, hands on. By the end of the class, you should feel comfortable that you can operate these machines safely. Materials will be provided.

    This class is designed to help past students obtain their Green Card Certification (now called Shop Certification) on the Bandsaw. We have a few people registered so they can finish their certification. We've opened the class for anyone who would like to learn more about this versatile tool or brush up on their skills.

    If the class is full, register for the waitlist so we may gage the interest level and schedule another Bandsaw Skills class. 

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions.

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment. 

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.


    • 24 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 26 Aug 2021
    • (PDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 2
    Register


    Instructor- Mark Klein

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild (all members) and Getting Started (beginners only) are prerequisites for taking this class.  If you've taken the S & O class within the last year but still need the old Machine Skills classes, this is the new class you need to take.

    This class is designed for the member to obtain a Guild Shop Card (formerly called the Green Card) and is required to work in the Guild machine room or to take classes using the “core” power tools.

    The class consists of two 4-hour sessions and will certify you on the commonly used "core” power tools: chop saw, bandsaw, jointer, planer, table saw, stationary sanders and the drill press.

    The instructor will demonstrate using each tool and discuss safe practices. There  will be the opportunity to practice using each tool. By the end of the class, one should feel comfortable operating each tool safely. Upon successful completion, the instructor will issue a Guild Shop Card. Materials will be provided.

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions. For more information on the Shop Certification process; https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment.

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and Join Now.

    COVID - 19 Protocols



    • 05 Sep 2021
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 16
    Register

    Introduction to Guild Safety

    Instructor: Jeff Hilber

    Welcome to the Introduction to Guild Safety class. Every Guild member wishing to take other Shop classes, participate in the Projects groups, or use the shop for personal projects, this is a required class, regardless of experience or skill level.

    Taught by a 35-year career furniture maker, there is something for everyone. For those with little or no woodworking experience, this class is especially for you.

    Included in the class is a tour of the Guild Shop, introducing the stationary tools and their function.

    This class is about 3-1/2 hours.

    Please complete the following before class:

    1. Fill out the self-evaluation section of the Evaluation Form. Guild Evaluation Form

    2. Before the class date, email the completed Guild Evaluation Form to:

         Jeff.hilber@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org

    3. Print out and bring a signed Liability Release form.

    4. Read the Guild Safety Manual and take the Test. Bring it to class finished. Answers will be reviewed in class.

    5. Open these Links, and review for the class.

    General Safety

    Guild First Aid Class

    Policy on the Use of Personal Protective Equipment

    Portable Power Tool Tips

    What is Plain Sawn?

    Upon completion of the Intro to Guild Safety class, you may be directed to:

    1. A second beginning class, Getting Started; required for those with little or no experience

    with portable power tools.

    OR

    2. Bypass the Getting Started class and start the path to the Shop Certification classes.

    For more information on the Shop Certification process: https://guildoforegonwoodworkers.org/Safety-Classes-&-Shop-Certification

    Please register online and remit payment at once. Your registration is not complete without payment.

    This is a Guild Member only class. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.

    Review Shop Safety and Covid Information



    • 18 Sep 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 5

    SHOP ATTENDANT ADVANCED TOOL CERTIFICATION: Multi-Router

    Instructor - Mark Klein

    Shop Certification Card required

    General Description (include goals, objectives & deliverables; describe prerequisites & audience skill levelexpectations - can use “Key Points” list) The Multi-Router is a mortise & tenon machine for commercial or heavy-duty production of almost any solid-wood joint imaginable. Using the Multi-Router will increase productivity and efficiency dramatically. With a Multi-Router in the shop you will also produce top-notch joinery - angled joinery, box joints, dovetails, mortise and tenons all fitting together with precision. This is an Advanced Tool with the Guild and is the most effective when completing multiple joints with the same or similar setup. This is a step by step guide to use the JDS multi-router to build a mortise and tenon joint.

    Please bring your own PPE - eye, ear and lung protection. This is especially important as the Multi-Router is a very dusty machine.


    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now



    • 21 Sep 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 3
    Register

    Advanced Tool Class - Router and Router Table 

    Instructor - Chip Webster

    Note: Completion of Intro to the Guild and Shop Certification is a prerequisite.   

    This class is about safe use of router and router table and is designed to help you with Guild Shop Certification on these machines.

    The router is one of the most versatile tools in the shop. It is commonly used to do routine cutting of slots with a straight bit, but has great flexibility in edge profiling and in use with jigs. The router is a simple motor 1, 2 ¼ or 3 ½ horsepower with a changeable collet that can hold thousands of bit styles. It can be mounted in a table for exquisite control or hand held when the project is too large to get onto the table.

    If you are not confident in your mastery of this machine, then this is the class for you. We will discuss best practice for each operation, you will see it demonstrated, and then you will have the opportunity to perform the procedure yourself, hands on. By the end of the class, you should feel comfortable that you can operate these machines safely. Materials will be provided.


    A Shop Attendant needs to be an intermediate woodworker and is expected to work at least one shift a month, plus attend the monthly SA meeting.

    If you were in the process of getting your shop card before COVID shut the shop down, and this is the last class that you need to get your shop card, please contact our registrar, Julie, at registrar@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org

    Please contact Doug Drake at doug.drake@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org with questions.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a Member? Visit the Membership page and JOIN now.




    • 16 Oct 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 5

    Instructor - Tim Moore

    This training is only for certified Shop Attendants only and is not available for registration online.  Any SA wishing to take this training must be approved for participation by the Shop Attendant Leads,  Paul Ehrlich at  paul.ehrlich@guildoforegonwoodworkers.org or Dan Haggerty at mailto:therealdanh@netscape.net

    This is training is on the safe use of the Wide Belt Sander.  Shop rules require the use of this machine to be managed directly by Shop Attendants in order to ensure safety of both machine and user.  The training will focus on the basic use of the machine including set up, changing the belt, adjusting the height procedures and other related functions.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now



    mailto:paul@ehrlich.com
    • 16 Nov 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 5
    Register

    Advanced Tool Certification Training - Multi-Router

    Instructor - Mark Klein

    Shop Certification Card required

    General Description (include goals, objectives & deliverables; describe prerequisites & audience skill levelexpectations - can use “Key Points” list) The Multi-Router is a mortise & tenon machine for commercial or heavy-duty production of almost any solid-wood joint imaginable. Using the Multi-Router will increase productivity and efficiency dramatically. With a Multi-Router in the shop you will also produce top-notch joinery - angled joinery, box joints, dovetails, mortise and tenons all fitting together with precision. This is an Advanced Tool with the Guild and is the most effective when completing multiple joints with the same or similar setup. This is a step by step guide to use the JDS multi-router to build a mortise and tenon joint.

    Please bring your own PPE - eye, ear and lung protection. This is especially important as the Multi-Router is a very dusty machine.


    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now



    • 19 Nov 2021
    • 9:00 AM (PST)
    • 20 Nov 2021
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 0



    Prerequisite: Shop Certification Card Required

    Make a Kumiko Box with Mike Pekovich

     

    This workshop, originally scheduled for October 2020, was cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. Mike Pekovich graciously offered to conduct two workshops November 19 and 20, 2021 and November 21 and 22, 2021 assuming conditions warrant.

    Are you looking to spice up your work in a novel way? Then you need to sharpen your chisels and try your hand at kumiko. This Japanese latticework technique is traditionally found on shoji screens, but is making its way into contemporary furniture and boxes. The elegant geometric patterns of kumiko begin with a simple half-lap grid. From there each square is filled out with small, precisely beveled parts until the pattern emerges. 

    In this two day workshop you'll start by building an elegant mitered box, where you'll learn how to work safely and accurately with small parts at the table saw. After that, you'll make a kumiko panel by hand to finish off the box. During the process, you'll learn the basics of kumiko construction that you can put to use on future projects as well. 

    A set of kumiko bevel blocks will be available for each student to use during class at no charge. Additional sets will be available for purchase if desired.

    Each workshop is presently limited to 6 students for now and the fee for the workshop has been adjusted to break even. We can adjust the class size to a larger audience later (no more than 12 as originally planned) if the effects of the vaccination program and the case count indicates it is safe to do so, and the state and local governments allow.

    Because of the expected popularity of this workshop, early registration is strongly encouraged. The fee is $575 and includes materials provided by Mike, as well as lunches.

    A different cancellation policy applies to this class.  Thirty (30) days advance notice is required to cancel in order to get a refund unless your slot is filled by someone else. However, cancellation within seven days forfeits payment.

    Please direct any questions to Chip Webster at jdwebster3@comcast.net.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now.


    • 21 Nov 2021
    • 9:00 AM (PST)
    • 22 Nov 2021
    • 5:00 PM (PST)
    • Guild Workshop, 7634 SW 34th Ave, Portland, OR 97219
    • 1
    Join waitlist

    Make a Kumiko Box with Mike Pekovich EDSI 21-2

    Prerequisite: Shop Certification Card Required

    This workshop, originally scheduled for October 2020, was cancelled due to the COVID pandemic. Mike Pekovich graciously offered to conduct two workshops November 19 and 20, 2021 and November 21 and 22, 2021 assuming conditions warrant.

    Are you looking to spice up your work in a novel way? Then you need to sharpen your chisels and try your hand at kumiko. This Japanese latticework technique is traditionally found on shoji screens, but is making its way into contemporary furniture and boxes. The elegant geometric patterns of kumiko begin with a simple half-lap grid. From there each square is filled out with small, precisely beveled parts until the pattern emerges. 

    In this two day workshop you'll start by building an elegant mitered box, where you'll learn how to work safely and accurately with small parts at the table saw. After that, you'll make a kumiko panel by hand to finish off the box. During the process, you'll learn the basics of kumiko construction that you can put to use on future projects as well. 

    A set of kumiko bevel blocks will be available for each student to use during class at no charge. Additional sets will be available for purchase if desired.

    Each workshop is presently limited to 6 students for now and the fee for the workshop has been adjusted to break even. We can adjust the class size to a larger audience later (no more than 12 as originally planned) if the effects of the vaccination program and the case count indicates it is safe to do so, and the state and local governments allow.

    Because of the expected popularity of this workshop, early registration is strongly encouraged. The fee is $575 and includes materials provided by Mike, as well as lunches.

    A different cancellation policy applies to this class.  Thirty (30) days advance notice is required to cancel in order to get a refund unless your slot is filled by someone else. However, cancellation within seven days forfeits payment.

    Please direct any questions to Chip Webster at jdwebster3@comcast.net.

    Guild classes are Member only classes. Not a member? Visit the Membership webpage and Join Now.



Past events

01 Aug 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-14
27 Jul 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-24
20 Jul 2021 July General Meeting - Roger Crooks & Team - Why Turn
20 Jul 2021 ED - Advanced Tool Class - Router and Router Table 21-2
20 Jul 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-13
18 Jul 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-12B
17 Jul 2021 EDS - Multi-Router 21-1
17 Jul 2021 EDS - Sliding Table Saw 21-2
14 Jul 2021 ED - Introduction to Basic Bench Hand Tools 21-2
13 Jul 2021 EDS - Panto-router 21-1
06 Jul 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-23
06 Jul 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-22
06 Jul 2021 EDS Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 21-9
04 Jul 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-12
01 Jul 2021 Womens's SIG
22 Jun 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-21
22 Jun 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-11
20 Jun 2021 EDS Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 21-5
15 Jun 2021 June General Meeting - Alison Reyes
15 Jun 2021 Advanced Tool Class - Router and Router Table 21-1
14 Jun 2021 EDM - Setting Up Shop with Asa Christiana 21-1
06 Jun 2021 EDS - Intro to Guild Safety 21-10
01 Jun 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-1
25 May 2021 EDS SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-18
18 May 2021 May General Meeting - Joe Tuohy
18 May 2021 EDS Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 21-3
16 May 2021 EDS - Intro to the Guild Safety 21-9
11 May 2021 EDS - SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-17
11 May 2021 Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools EDS 21-2
02 May 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-8
27 Apr 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION EDS 21-8
20 Apr 2021 April General Meeting - Lynn Morgan
20 Apr 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION EDS 21-7
18 Apr 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-7
17 Apr 2021 Bandsaw Skills Catch up Class EDS 21-2
14 Apr 2021 Tips to Become a Better Woodworker EDSI 21-1
13 Apr 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION EDS 21-6
13 Apr 2021 Bandsaw Skills Catch up Class EDS 21-1
13 Apr 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-6
06 Apr 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION EDS 21-5
04 Apr 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-5
01 Apr 2021 Womens's SIG
24 Mar 2021 Project Build
21 Mar 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-4
17 Mar 2021 Project Build
16 Mar 2021 March General Meeting - William Ng
09 Mar 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-2
07 Mar 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-3
02 Mar 2021 Making Veneer Approachable For Everyone EDSI 21-1
28 Feb 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-2
25 Feb 2021 Project Build online
23 Feb 2021 February General Meeting - Dennis Hays
23 Feb 2021 SHOP CERTIFICATION 21-1
21 Feb 2021 Intro to the Guild Safety EDS 21-1
18 Feb 2021 Project Build online
11 Feb 2021 Project Build online
04 Feb 2021 Women's SIG
04 Feb 2021 Project Build online
28 Jan 2021 Project Build online
25 Jan 2021 Gathering of the Guilds - REGISTRATION
21 Jan 2021 Project Build online
14 Jan 2021 Project Build online
12 Jan 2021 Carving SIG - Leroy Setziol - Famous Oregon Carver
07 Jan 2021 Project Build online
31 Dec 2020 Project Build online
20 Dec 2020 Intro to the Guild Safety 20-6-CANCELLED
17 Dec 2020 Project Build online
15 Dec 2020 December Public General Meeting - Dennis Loveland
10 Dec 2020 Project Build online
08 Dec 2020 Olympia Woodworkers Guild - Eric Cannizzaro on Windsor Chairs
06 Dec 2020 Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 20-3
03 Dec 2020 Project Build online
19 Nov 2020 Project Build online
17 Nov 2020 Guild Board of Directors Meeting
12 Nov 2020 Project Build online
10 Nov 2020 Carving SIG - World class Tools - Gil Drake
05 Nov 2020 Womens SIG
05 Nov 2020 Project Build online
04 Nov 2020 Project Build
01 Nov 2020 Community Projects
01 Nov 2020 Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 20-2
31 Oct 2020 Table Saw Tea Box Gift 20-2
30 Oct 2020 Toy Build
29 Oct 2020 Project Build online
28 Oct 2020 Project Build
27 Oct 2020 SHOP CERTIFICATION 20-3
22 Oct 2020 Project Build online
21 Oct 2020 Timber Frame Joinery Techniques for Furniture Makers with Taeho Kwon 20-1 B
20 Oct 2020 October General Meeting - RON HOCK
19 Oct 2020 Build this A. Lewis Inspired Shop Stool with Taeho Kwon 20-1B
18 Oct 2020 Community Projects
18 Oct 2020 Intro to the Guild Safety 20-3
16 Oct 2020 Toy Build
15 Oct 2020 Project Build online
14 Oct 2020 Project Build
13 Oct 2020 Carving SIG - The Art of Chip Carving with Marty Leenhouts
13 Oct 2020 SHOP CERTIFICATION 20-3
09 Oct 2020 Toy Build
08 Oct 2020 Project Build online
07 Oct 2020 Advanced Tool Class - Router and Router Table Skills 20-10
07 Oct 2020 Project Build
04 Oct 2020 Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 20-1B
02 Oct 2020 Toy Build
01 Oct 2020 Womens SIG.
01 Oct 2020 Project Build online
30 Sep 2020 Olympia Woodworkers Guild - Carving tribal masks
30 Sep 2020 Project Build
25 Sep 2020 Toy Build
24 Sep 2020 Project Build online
23 Sep 2020 Project Build
20 Sep 2020 Community Projects
20 Sep 2020 Intro to the Guild Safety 20-2
18 Sep 2020 Toy Build
18 Sep 2020 Project Build
17 Sep 2020 Project Build online
15 Sep 2020 September General Meeting - TAEHO KWON
11 Sep 2020 Timber Frame Joinery Techniques for Furniture Makers with Taeho Kwon 20-1 A
10 Sep 2020 Project Build online
09 Sep 2020 Build this A. Lewis Inspired Shop Stool with Taeho Kwon 20-1A
08 Sep 2020 Carving SIG - Mary May
08 Sep 2020 Build Your Own Jigs for the Taeho Kwon Shop Stool 20-1
07 Sep 2020 Eastern Joinery Seminar - Theory and Application with Taeho Kwon 20-1
06 Sep 2020 Community Projects
06 Sep 2020 Getting Started-Hands On With Portable Power Tools 20-1
04 Sep 2020 Project Build
04 Sep 2020 Toy Build
03 Sep 2020 Women's SIG
03 Sep 2020 Project Build online
02 Sep 2020 Project Build
01 Sep 2020 Taeho Kwon Work Party - Stool, Joinery Workshop 20-4
01 Sep 2020 Taeho Kwon Work Party - Stool, Joinery Workshop 20-3
30 Aug 2020 Community Projects
29 Aug 2020 SHOP CERTIFICATION 20-2
28 Aug 2020 Toy Build
27 Aug 2020 Project Build online
26 Aug 2020 Project Build
25 Aug 2020 Taeho Kwon Work Party - Stool, Joinery Workshop 20-2
25 Aug 2020 Taeho Kwon Work Party - Stool, Joinery Workshop 20-1
21 Aug 2020 Toy Build
20 Aug 2020 Project Build online
19 Aug 2020 Project Build
18 Aug 2020 August General Meeting - Online - Kelly Parker
16 Aug 2020 Community Projects
16 Aug 2020 Intro to the Guild Safety 20-1
14 Aug 2020 Toy Build
13 Aug 2020 Project Build online
12 Aug 2020 Project Build
11 Aug 2020 Carving SIG - Jeff Harness
11 Aug 2020 SHOP CERTIFICATION 20-1
07 Aug 2020 Toy Build
05 Aug 2020 Project Build
02 Aug 2020 Community Projects
31 Jul 2020 Toy Build
29 Jul 2020 Project Build
25 Jul 2020 Jointer and Planer Skills 20-14
24 Jul 2020 Toy Build
22 Jul 2020 Project Build
21 Jul 2020 July General Meeting - Online - Doug Stowe
21 Jul 2020 Table Saw and Chop Saw Skills 20-11
19 Jul 2020 Community Projects
18 Jul 2020 Bandsaw Skills 20-10
17 Jul 2020 Toy Build
15 Jul 2020 Project Build
14 Jul 2020 Carving SIG - Sketching
14 Jul 2020 Bandsaw Skills 20-9
10 Jul 2020 Toy Build
03 Jul 2020 Toy Build
24 Jun 2020 Hand Tool SIG
16 Jun 2020 June General Meeting - Online - Miguel Gomez-Ibanez
11 Jun 2020 CNC SIG Meeting
10 Jun 2020 Professionals SIG
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