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Nevada Woodchucks
Reno, Nevada


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Welcome to Nevada Woodchucks

New members always welcome Please come join us!

Join us to learn the art of woodworking

Join us to make toys for children at risk

Shop Location is 405 Western Road #36, Reno, NV (it is a large collection of commercial shops in big steel buildings we are on the far end of the 2nd long building)


Motorcycle Raffle

Wooden MotorcycleThis ROCKING MOTORCYCLE will be raffled off on Sunday, September 29, 2019 during Reno’s Street Vibrations. The year-long project is in memory of Rick Barbieri, a long-time member of Nevada Woodchucks. The motorcycle will stand about 40” when the rocker is added. Proceeds from the raffle help fund supplies for the Christmas toys. Tickets are $1 each, $5 for 6, or $20 for an outstretched arm’s length. To purchase tickets contact one of the Board Members. You do not need to be present to win.



KOLO TV news came by to do a story about our toy distribution. Thank you KOLO TV.

click on this link to see the Report

Our Purpose

To serve the community by promoting the art of woodworking and provide toys to children in need

Friends

The Nevada Woodchucks is a non-profit educational organization (501-C3) dedicated to teaching the skills of woodworking in the Northern Nevada area. Our goal is to educate and promote woodworking skills for our members and the public by offering programs and learning opportunities, while benefitting the community that we serve

We are based in the Reno/Sparks area and we have members from all over northern Nevada, Truckee and Lake Tahoe. At our general meetings we share ideas, accomplishments, techniques and woodworking projects. Our members have an opportunity to showcase their latest work with input, critique and suggestions from the group.


“This program/project was supported, in part, by the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.”


Our SIG (Special Interest Group) meetings include hands-on workshops, skilled demonstrators and discussions of tools and techniques.


Board Members

SIG leaders

List of Board Members, e-mail and phone

President: Ron Flint

V-P: Paul Yarmolick

Secretary: Julie Tachihara

Treasure: John Hasenau