If you are serious about woodworking, you’ve come to the right place.
We are a non-profit organization where our primary mission is woodworking education. It’s wonderful how the internet has so many how-to videos, but since actual woodworking is not a digital experience, we invite you to join the Guild so that you can talk, see and touch wood with experts and with everyone else who wants to learn.
General Meetings, Special Interest Groups & Small Meetings—Members can participate in one or many of our working groups (see below) that collectively host 65+ how-to meet-ups a year that include lectures, demonstrations.
The Journal—The Journal continues the tradition of giving members and others an opportunity to share their special skills and talents with the full membership by writing magazine articles. The Journal includes feature articles aimed at all skill levels.
TouchUps Weekly—TouchUps is the Guild's weekly email newsletter. Get news from Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers in your inbox. We do not sell or distribute our mailing list. Your contact information stays with us. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Member Discounts—Discounts (10%) from over twenty advertisers—tools & supplies, wood products, woodworking schools and services. Some restrictions may apply.
Magazines—Each February, we make subscriptions to Taunton magazines available at special group rates. Discounts are available on any magazine Taunton offers and are applicable to both new and renewal subscriptions.
Summer Trip—Each year in June, we take a trip to an interesting and educational site such as a museum, a tool or furniture maker, boat yard, etc. These are family friendly events.
"The Guild is such a wonderful organization! Its magazine might be the best woodworking magazine I get, and I get a few. I took a class from Alan Mitchell six or seven years ago, built a few things, just loved it, and then somehow drifted away from woodworking.
I want to get back into it, and cannot imagine that such talent as that I missed this morning can be accessed just for the asking. Those of you who make the Guild work are doing a wonderful thing, and I very much hope to see myself much more involved in your activities in the future.
Meantime, let me just say, thank you all so much for what you do. It is very deeply appreciated by a great many people"—Charlie Leto