The Miami Valley Woodcarvers Association is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote, preserve and develop the art of woodcarving in Middletown and surrounding communities in southwestern Ohio.
The Club is a diverse group of men and women from a variety of backgrounds who share a common interest in Woodcarving. Its success has resulted from the continued involvement by the membership.
Our annual show is a forum to make the Club opportunities known in the Miami Valley area. Whether experienced or a beginner, all carvers gain personally and socially from the Association. Members have access to Videos, Patterns, Carving programs and much shared knowledge.
Originally founded in 1980 as the Armco Woodcarvers Club, the organization incorporated in 1990 and changed its name to the Miami Valley Woodcarvers Association.
Regular Meetings are the 2nd. Thurs. of the month 7pm-9pm.
(This is a time to learn from our instructor)
Open Carving meetings, 7pm-9pm on the 4th Thurs.
(Free to bring anything to carve and time for one on one instruction)
Both meetings held at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ,
114 S. Broad St. Middletown, Ohio
(Across from the Middletown Library)