Weekly carving sessions. Weekly meetings provide a chance to meet with fellow carvers and learn new techniques. There is always someone around to give advice and help.
Carving courses and seminars. We hold a number of seminars on different projects led by an experienced member throughout the year.
Library. We have a wide selection of books and magazines which provide patterns and ideas for new projects. These may be borrowed for a few weeks as necessary.
Newsletter. We publish a monthly newsletter which keeps members in touch with events and activities.
Annual Show. During the last week in May we hold a major juried carving competition. The show features carvings from novice to expert and attracts carvers from all over. Many members of the public along with collectors attend.
Liaison with other Clubs. We stay in contact with other Canadian and US wood carving clubs and participate in carving show standards and judging standards committees with other area clubs.
Community Relations. We actively participate in the community though local arts councils and other organizations to promote the appreciation of woodcarving as a hobby and art form.
Social Events. We have a number of social events during the year including an end of season pot luck dinner and auction.