Who We Are
The Central Florida Woodworkers’ Guild is a collaborative group of woodworkers who meet monthly to foster the craft of woodworking. Woodworkers of all skill levels, including those new to woodworking, are valued and welcome. We have amateur and professional members alike. Meetings consist of short presentations during the show and tell segment. The second half of the meeting is dedicated to a single in-depth presentation on various woodworking related topics. We also hands on shop events quarterly.
Where We Meet
We meet on the second Thursday of each month, January through October, at the Woodcraft of Orlando, FL The meetings are from 7 to 9 pm. Guests are always welcome. Several other events are announced throughout the year; check our events page for details. Note: Due to Covid-19 our “in-person” meeting have been suspended and replaced with virtual meeting. See below.
Online Live-Stream Meeting
During the Covid-19 pandemic we have had to suspend our normal “in-person” meeting for safety concerns. The meeting date and time remain unchanged, being the second Thursday of each month at 7pm. We broadcast our meeting at: https://www.twitch.tv/jkunzman. Click the link below for detailed instructions for joining the meeting.
Super Show and Tell
Our competition will be held on November 12, 2020. Click on the button below to view pictures of all the Super Show and Tell entries.
Thursday, November 12, 2020
Our annual Super Show and Tell Event is held each November in place of our regular monthly meeting. This is a chance for member to show off their best projects and compete for awards. Please join us on https://twitch.tv/jkunzman at 7pm EST
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Our annual Christmas part is held each December in place of our regular monthly meeting. This year event will be held on Zoom. Members will receive an Zoom invite a few days before the event.
One of our own, Craig Aebli will be walking us through the construction of a Serpentine Chest of Drawers. Please join us on https://twitch.tv/jkunzman at 7pm EST
Armoire by Craig Aebli
Standing at 89″ high, this impressive 18th century inspired armoire is built of curly maple. Raised panels adorn the sides and doors. This cabinet sits on top of ogee bracket feet. The dovetail drawers are hand cut.
A second view of the details.
Central Florida Woodworking Guild has teamed up with the South Florida Woodworking Guild to build urns for the Missing in America Project. The cremated remains of hundreds of military veterans are unclaimed each year. The mission of the project is to locate and inter our forgotten heroes.