If you are new to the Gwinnett Woodworkers Association we recommend you review the information below. It will hopefully help you get the most your membership from the very beginning.
The GWA secretary is responsible for providing membership badges. Until classes resume at the Peachtree Woodworkers Association classroom, badge distribution has been suspended. If you have a special need for a badge, contact the club secretary (see Contact GWA).
The GWA website has an extensive calendar of events for Saturday and special interest group (Scroll Saw SIG and Woodturners SIG) Zoom meetings and other events of interest. Please visit the website regularly for current scheduling information. We also have an automatic mailer that sends weekly notices via email. As a registered member you still must opt-in to that list. To opt-in, sign in to the GWA site and look for the GWA Events Mailer on the left. If you are signed in it will display a subscribe link. Use that link to opt-in to the weekly email.
All GWA meetings are currently held via Zoom. See the Saturday and special interest group calendars for scheduled meeting days and times. Guests are welcome at all meetings.
GWA memberships are handled both in person and via the website. If handled in person, the website is updated manually by the board secretary/treasurer. Membership is based on the calendar year. Dues are prorated for members joining after the end of the quarter. You will receive auromatic notices from the GWA website when your membership is about to expire.
Online Registration for Existing Members
If you are an existing GWA member and you are not yet registered on the website there is a special 'membership plan' for paid members to register. Upon registration and confirmation of your paid membership status your membership account will be updated to indicate your current membership status and expiration date.
Our members will generally be happy to answer any questions about woodworking or the club. Board members are listed on the website and available to answer more detailed questions about the GWA.