The Tannehill Woodcarvers Club was chartered in 1985 for the purpose of promoting the art of wood carving in this area, to acquaint the general public with sculpturing in wood and to bring back and preserve the almost lost art of woodcarving.
The club does this by:
Meetings: The club meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. inside the park at the Cane Creek Schoolhouse. There they enjoy wood carving, work shops and carving classes. The meetings are open to the public visiting the park so they may observe the members while they are carving. Visitors are invited to interact and try their hand at carving. Carvings by club members are displayed at all meetings.
Woodcarving Shows: The Tannehill Woodcarvers Club sponsors a woodcarving show and sale each October in the park at the Cane Creek Schoolhouse. The show is culminated with a drawing for a Christmas Tree decorated with all hand carved ornaments donated by the members.
Woodcarving Seminars: Several times throughout the year the club sponsors seminars and wood carving classes. These seminars and classes are conducted by some of the best professional woodcarvers in the United States as well as international carvers. Novice woodcarvers benefit from a personal instruction and advice from the many areas of expertise of our experienced carvers.
Come join us, visitors are always welcome. If you decide to become a member dues are only $20 a year and can be prorated beginning in November. Like to become a member? Just click here to download our membership application