NJ Woodturners


About Us

Sample Meeting


The New Jersey Wood turners club was started in 1988 with 20 members and has steadily grown to its current membership of over 70 turners. Our members come from many locations in New Jersey e.g. Annandale, Basking Ridge, Belle Mead, Bridgewater, Carteret, Chatham, Chester, Clark, Colonia, Cranbury, East Brunswick, Edison, Fanwood, Franklin Park, Green Brook, Little York, Mendham, Milburn, Mountainside, Neshanic, North Brunswick, Old Bridge, Roselle, Scotch Plains, South Orange, Somerset, South Plainfield, South River, Staten Island, Springfield, Tinton Falls, Westfield, Whitehouse and Sellersvile in Pennsylvania.

The monthly meetings are well attended and feature a wide selection of topics from demonstrations, to auctions, to show and tell. These meetings are a great place for both novice and experienced turners to learn and share experiences.

The club also participates in a number of community activities and exhibitions.

There is a monthly news letter which keep members up to date on activities and events.

Membership Benefits:

 Turnathons – hands-on instruction at meetings
 Mentoring – personalized instruction
 Use of specialized woodworking equipment
 Earth Day – participation in ECEC annual festival
 Library – hundreds of books, tapes and videos
 Discounted Supplies – sandpaper, laminated wood, Anchorseal
 Free Logs – from time to time
 Woodworking Shows – participation in show and tell