"Passionate about Woodworking"
The Lone Star Woodturners Association, Inc.
is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization and a member of these non-profit associations: American Association of Woodturners (AAW) and the Southwest Area Turners Association (SWAT)
From our first founders meeting, the Lone Star Woodturners Association has grown to a group of 55 enthusiastic members, including 10 founding members. Our membership ranges from professional to hobby woodturners, woodcarvers, woodworkers and others interested in different types of woodworking.
Our educational events include monthly meetings and special events with with woodturning, or woodworking demonstrations that are typically held on the fourth Saturday of each month, at a local Woodcraft store located at FM 1960 and I-45 North.
Members are always encouraged to discuss their current and completed projects at each meeting during the "Show and Tell" portion of the meeting. We also participate in special public exhibitions and art and craft shows, like the Panther Creek Art and Crafts Festival, held in November in The Woodlands, Texas and the "Turn Tomball Art Show" held in Tomball, Texas.
2014 is going to be a fantastic year for the LSWA! We have a great program of educational demonstrations and events planned for our members. We are also planning our two "Woodturning Mini-Retreats" in 2014, that will feature intensive hands-on woodturning classes, carving classes and general woodworking demonstrations.
In addition, in the fall of 2015 we are working to obtain donations to host Your Time To Turn, which will be the first national woodturning symposium specifically designed to teach woodturning techniques to persons with visual and physical disabilities. More information on the Your Time To Turn woodturning symposium can be found by clicking the navigation button on the left of your screen.
We invite you to join us at our next meeting as our guest. Meeting location and additional information can be found by clicking the calendar button on the left of your screen.
501(c)3 Non-Profit Educational Organization
The LSWA was officially chartered as an American Association of Wooodturners (AAW) member chapter on February 4, 2008. On May 5th, 2008, the LSWA was officially incorporated in Texas as the Lone Star Woodturners Association, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization.
AAW Member Chapter
LSWA Member Area
Members-only area for Lone Star Woodturners Association, Inc.
LSWA Website Blog
The LSWA blog will keep you up to date with updates to our association website, as well as keep you informed about important notices.
LSWA Event Calendar
Calendar list of events for the LSWA.
LSWA Membership Information
Membership information for LSWA, including membership application.
LSWA Meeting Photos
Meeting photos from LSWA club meetings and events.
Educational Library for LSWA
Woodturning educational library for LSWA.
Meet the officers of the LSWA.
Advisory Board Members - LSWA
Advisory Board Members for the LSWA, The Woodlands, Texas
LSWA Sponsor Support Program
Our sponsor support program allows you to donate goods or services to the Lone Star Woodturners Association
LSWA Patron Support Progam
Our Patron Support program allows you make a tax deductible donation to the Lone Star Woodturners Association
Contact Us at Lone Star Woodturners Association, Inc.
Contact Us for information on upcoming LSWA chapter meetings and events.
Your Time To Turn, A Symposium for the Visually and Physically Disabled
Your Time To Turn is the first woodturning symposium specifically designed for visually or physically disabled persons who want to learn woodturning.
Resource Links for LSWA
Resource links library of woodturning associations and guilds, online discussion forums and woodturning suppliers.
Turn Tomball Art Show
Turn Tomball Art Show, a juried show of woodturned art in Tomball Texas
Educational Videos about Woodturning
Woodturning educational videos worth a look.
Memorial Donor Remembrance Page for the LSWA
This page is a tribute to individuals whose friends or family members have helped to support the educational efforts of the LSWA through memorial donor contributions in remembrance of a loved one.