SMOKY MOUNTAIN WOODTURNERS

The Smoky Mountain Woodturners is a club located in the Knoxville region of Eastern Tennessee. The mission of the club is:

*To promote interest in all aspects of woodturning for persons of all levels of competence

*To Provide information, education and hands-on experience for all members

*To explore new methods and techniques for advancing woodturning as a creative craft and unique art form

*To encourage membership in, and give support to the American Association of Woodturners.

Information about meetings and directions are available via the links in the Public Site Navigation Box on this page.

Smoky Mountain Woodturners is A Regional Chapter of    

(Click on the AAW logo for more information)

 

A NEW SHOP SAFETY PAGE HAS BEEN ADDED TO OUR WEBSITE.  IT'S AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE AND IS LOCATED UNDER OUR PUBLIC SITE NAVIGATION TAB (TOP RIGHT).

 

VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT OUR MONTHLY MEETINGS!

 

Click here to view the current Chapter Newsletter

Members:  Log in to obtain access to additional resources on the site.  Use the contact link in the Site Navigation menu to request help if you have difficulty logging in.

 

Our Meeting and Events Calendar is now available on the Calendar of Events Page of our Website. Click on the CALENDAR tab on the right side of this page.

 

SMWTS Chapter Featured in the AAW Keep Turning Newsletter for February.   Click HERE to read the article.

 

 

 

The History of Smoky Mountain Woodturners

It’s easy to see the beauty and artistry of woodturning when you’re surrounded by some of the most beautiful wooded country in America.  For 20 years, the Smoky Mountain Woodturners have been meeting in East Tennessee surrounded by native trees like sugar maple, black walnut, eastern red cedar, dogwood and boxelder.