Guild Members (L-R) Bill Carbin, Don Ames, Andy Borland, and Barry Frankel are featured in an Arundle Voice article about making toys for needy children. 
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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.

Virtual Meetings

Due to the health risks of Covid, we have moved our monthly general membership meeting to a Zoom meeting still hosted the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM Est. Guests are still welcome and encouraged to attend, however we ask that you contact us via the contact us page expressing interest so we can send out a personal invite with more information about the meeting.

Once in person meetings are safe to resume we will send out further information to the general membership as well as post the meeting information on the website.