The Northeast Iowa Woodcarvers club is a group of people interested in the art of woodcarving.
The primary purpose of the club is to promote woodcarving and offer an opportunity to observe, learn, and participate in the world of woodcarving.
Our Objectives for the club are to:
Meetings are also held on the third Saturday of each month year round. Meetings start around 9:30 AM at the NewAldeya Lifescapes on University Ave. in Cedar Falls.
Carving sessions are held the third Saturday of each month starting shortly after the meeting. Sessions are lead by an instructor and each session includes a different projects. Skills range from beginners to seasoned carvers.
Other Activities Include
The club was formed in 1970 by Dr. Glenn Miller, a Waterloo dentist. It started with 10 or 12 of his friends and they met at the Waterloo Recreation Center, now called The Waterloo Center for the Arts. The club still holds the annual Iowa State Woodcarvers Show at this same location, while meetings are held at NewAldeya Lifescapes.