About SLWG

The St. Louis Woodworkers Guild is a nonprofit organization. Membership is open to all having interest in working with wood. Since its founding in 1984, the Guild has grown to a membership of about 250 woodworkers from the beginning amateur to the skilled professional.

The SLWG seeks to improve the craftsmanship of its members through monthly meetings with instructional presentations by members and outside experts.

Each year we sponsor a weekend seminar/workshop with a renowned expert. In the past we have hosted noted woodworkers such as Frank Klausz, Marc Adams, Graham Blackburn, and Jeff Jewitt.

The guild has established a mentor program by pairing more experienced members with beginners to woodworking. Furthering this concept, we have setup a program where members host mini-workshops in their home or workshop to teach fellow members about a specific topic in woodworking.

The Guild also provides service to the community through a toy building program in which toys built by members are distributed to children in local area hospitals. We also perform volunteer work at the historic village at Faust Park. We have a dedicated space in the park where we have established a workshop to support renovation efforts as well as member education. Several members of the Guild perform volunteer work at the St. Louis Museum of Transporation. They primarily perform wood restoration on a variety of unique, vintage railroad cars and equipment that are displayed there.

Visitors are welcome to attend the monthly meetings of the SLWG to learn about us first hand. Please look at the Events Calendar, Newsletters, and Member Benefits pages on this web site for more information.

The St. Louis Woodworkers Guild is an all volunteer, 501-C(3) nonprofit, tax-deductible organization.  Money accumulated through donations, membership dues, at meetings through raffles and tool sales, and through tuition for workshops all go directly into supporting Guild activities in education, the shared workshop at Faust Park, community outreach, expenses for meeting-room fees, etc.

NEW: Submit your donations on-line at https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/send-money-online

You can also make payments for mini-seminar, mini-workshop,  seminar, hat, apron, donation, etc.

If you do not have an account, click on Sign Up to Send Money.  (Everyone must have an account).  Enter the information.

Click on Pay for item or service.  Enter Treasurer@slwg.org   Under "Add a Note" enter a brief description of what the payment is for, i.e., 2019 dues, level of dues (regular $40.00 or Shop rate $75.00) mini-seminar, mini-workshop, seminar, hat, apron, donation, etc.  You do not need a address but can enter one.  Press continue.

Enter the payment amount for the level of dues you want to pay (either $40 for regular rate or $75 for the shop rate).  Enter a note indicating the level of dues.

Select method of payment.  Click on Send Payment Now.  You are done.



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