We are the Northeast Iowa Woodcarvers, a group of people interested in the art of woodcarving. Our club was founded in 1970 by a Waterloo Dentist named Dr. Glenn Miller. The club started out about 10 or 12 friends who shared a common
interest in woodcarving. Monthly meetings were held at the Waterloo Recreation Center, now known as the Waterloo Center for the arts. Over the years, we have grown to roughly 30 members and we continue to meet monthly. We
also continue to host the annual Iowa State Woodcarving show.
To promote woodcarving and offer opportunities observe, learn, and participate in the world of woodcarving by providing regular meetings where members can interact and attend demonstrations. Organize woodcarving classes for carvers of all skill levels from beginners to experienced carvers, while encouraging the sharing of ideas and techniques.
We are the Northeast Iowa Woodcarvers, a group of people interested in the art of woodcarving. Our club was founded in 1970 by a Waterloo Dentist named Dr. Glenn Miller with about 10 or 12 of his friends. Monthly meetings were held at the Waterloo
Center for the Arts (formerly known as the Waterloo Recreation Center) in Waterloo, Iowa.
Beginning in 2014, we moved our meetings to NewAldeya in Cedar Falls, Iowa and started meeting year-round. Our monthly meetings to provide an opportunity for folks of all ages and skill level to meet, socialize, and share knowledge in the art of woodcarving.Learn More