Carving at a meeting

Sometimes we draw

We admire work in progress

We study, plan, and carve






Remember the excitement and joy of learning a new skill or hobby?  Old enough to use a knife?  We’d like to teach you to carve a bunny, an otter,  a bird, Christmas ornament or caricature face. Or how about a chip-carved trivet or a set of coasters. The types of items you can make is almost endless. It’s fun. Woodcarving offers great pleasure, and no strength or experience is required. We welcome you to come join the  woodcarving fun and unleash your creativity.

We have an active, growing club with members at all skill levels. Skilled members teach woodcarving classes at our meetings and share their knowledge with all members. We welcome anyone with an interest in carving to bring your knife, or if you are new, just bring yourself and we will teach you what tools you need and the skills to carve.  The majority of meeting time is spent carving not in business discussions.  We also have 2 picnics and a Christmas party in addition to the 52 monthly meetings and 24 Saturday breakfast get-togethers.  Come when you can… attendance is not mandatory.

Where and when:  Meetings are held EVERY Tuesday of each month from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm.  (Except for club picnics, Christmas meetings and holidays.  Check calendar page for details.)

During June and July all Tuesday meetings… Veteran's Memorial Park, 1925 Evard Ave., Deltona

We also have informal breakfast get-togethers on the second and fourth Saturday of each month from 8:30am - 11:00am. These meetings are held at Veteran's Memorial Park, 1925 Evard Ave., Deltona.  This is an outdoor facility so dress accordingly.  This is an ‘open to all’ gathering, club membership isn’t required.

Dues are only $15.00 per year per person.  When you join you will receive a blank to carve (a great starter project).  Come and check us out before joining.

  For more information email us at;

or call:


                       President: Rosemary VanWandelen... 386-479-1509

                     Vice President: Karen Schneider... 407-408-1311

                       Secretary :

                       Treasurer: Barbara Helwig... 386-789-3239


Meeting of the minds

How Connie spells relief (carving that is)

Darrell makes if look easy

No  job too small for Gene

Connie shows off her (cypress) knee