The Woodworkers Club

The Woodworkers Club maintains a fully equipped woodshop with jointers, planers, table, band and miter saws, routers, shapers, sanders, hand tools, various jigs and clamps. We keep on hand a variety of hardwoods for members to buy in addition there are local suppliers with a broad selection.

Our club and shop are set up to accommodate all levels of woodworking. We provide training classes and have an extensive library of resources.

Crafts that the members have made are always available for sale at the woodshop when open. If you have a favorite piece of furniture to be repaired, we can do that. Drop by and see our display of crafts and take a tour of our shop.

The Woodworkers Club also participates in various charitable activities. We currently make toys for Toys for Tots as well as projects for Camp Discovery, an annual camp that serves kids fighting cancer.

Dues and Fees: All members pay dues and fees through the website or at the Member Services Office. 

New members are asked to bring your paid membership receipt (ticket) to the shop and sign up for the orientation and safety class and our one-on-one training.

We conduct orientation classes twice a month and enhanced classes quarterly.

User Groups


Beginners to Experienced - all are welcome. 

Contact Karl Fiedler at 512-818-4156 or for more information.

Woodcarvers meet each Monday from 6-9 p.m. and Tuesday from 8:30 to 11a.m.


The shop has a 100W CO2 laser available to members who have done special safety training. Contact Joe Wahlquist at  


Available for those interested. Contact Ed Krieger at or 788-314-5757.


Available to those interested in learning, growing your experience or sharing with others.  Contact Neal DeVore at