Make some sawdust!

Welcome to the Annapolis Woodworkers Guild web site!

  • Santa's helpers are busy making toys for charity again. Click here to read more in the Capital Gazette article.

    • Guild members (L-R) Bill Carbin, Don Ames, Andy Borland and Barry Frankel are featured in an Arundel Voice article about making toys for needy children. Click here to read the article.

    • A typical AWG membership meeting.

    • Former Toy Committee Chairwoman Vicki Kunde is featured in a Maryland Gazette article here about the Guild's toymaking efforts.

    • Marc Adams teaches fine joinery. (January 2012)

    • Mario Rodriguez teaches inlay and veneering techniques. (August 2011)

Join Us!

Please be our guest at one of our monthly meetings for an informative evening filled with woodworking information. The Annapolis Woodworkers Guild is a 501(c)3 nonprofit service organization founded in 1980. Our monthly Show & Tell display of items that members have built will cover the gamut from beginner woodworker to master craftsman.

Our Mission

  • Preserve the tradition, culture and history of woodworking
  • Provide charitable efforts to needy organizations

Our website is intended to capture who we are and our past history. We offer training on almost all facets of woodworking, a DVD library, and a mentor list for those needing assistance. This information is located in one place for our members and likewise it offers non-members a window into who we are.


The AWG meets at 7:00 PM on the second Thursday of each month at the Davidsonville United Methodist Church, 819 W. Central Ave, Davidsonville, MD 21035. All visitors are welcome. Here's a GoogleMap link to the church.


Membership Application

If you want to apply on-line for membership and pay your initial dues via PayPal, click here to go to the Membership Application page.


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