Website Change Blog

This blog records new items added to the website and new items of information about the Guild. Members can view and comment on items. Only Board Members and Interest Group Leaders can add new entries.

A summary of the most recent postings appears on the Home Page.

  • August 29, 2016 7:11 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Martin J Donnelly Vintage Tool Auction

     Formerly Live Free or Die before the state of NH nixed use of its slogan.  The premiere auction of vintage tools in the U.S. is right in Nashua.  Listed Auction on Friday, Sept 23; Catalog Auction on Saturday, Sept. 24

    Tailgating in the parking lot all day Wednesday through Friday where there are good deals on fine and user quality tools.  There is a remarkable selection of collector quality tools in the Catalog Auction this fall. 

    Pictures and descriptions of tools in both the Listed and Catalog auctions can be seen at .  At the Holiday Inn Nashua off Exit 4 on Rt. 3 in NH.

  • August 14, 2016 5:21 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Board Minutes for July 27, 2016 have been added to the document register. 

  • July 08, 2016 9:13 AM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Minutes to the June 22 Board Meeting can be found at the Board Meeting Minutes Forum or by clicking Board Minutes Meeting June 22, 2016

  • February 11, 2016 11:26 AM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Jeff Clunie's (could someday be a) Pulitzer Prize winning article on his recent mentoring experience.  NY Times (might possibly say) "Must Read!    Boston Globe (could think about saying) "A Real Page Turner"

    May the Mentoring Force Be With You.pdf

  • December 12, 2015 4:14 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Jim made a presentation on carving to the guild today. The reference document for this presentation can be found in the Resources / Meeting Presentations tab of this website or by clicking here.
  • October 02, 2015 11:49 AM | James Russell (Administrator)

    See the Non-Guild event calendar for details on this exhibit for October 4th.

    Will Neptune and others contributed furniture to the restoration of one of the historical houses.

  • September 04, 2015 5:01 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    The Eastern Mass Guild of Woodworkers (EMGW) will offer a monthly Carvers Interest Group to be hosted at Woodcraft in Woburn on the first Wednesday of every month beginning on Oct 7th.  The group is open to all types of carvers at all skill levels.  Participants are encouraged to bring and work on their own projects during the meetings.  There will be some instruction in relief carving for those who are interested.  Those new to carving can observe and obtain carving tools if they are interested in continuing.  The group is open to all.  Direct questions to Jim Tartaglia at: or 978 257 6505

  • September 04, 2015 4:30 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    September 18 and 19. See front page of website for Non-Guild events for details

  • April 24, 2015 6:43 PM | James Russell (Administrator)

    Woodworker Specialties has been added to our list of suppliers under Resources - Tools/Suppliers. Don Fye said, 'Bob Gadd, the proprietor, gives great customer service and seems to have immediate access to the full line of Swiss Made tools - not just the limited selection that Woodcraft carries. Woodcraft did not have several of the tools on Phil Lowe's carving class list, but Bob was able to immediately ship me all of them. It also good that if you are buying more than one tool Bob's prices are significantly lower than Woodcraft - even after the shipping cost is added."

  • April 12, 2015 10:21 AM | James Russell (Administrator)

    The slides for the presentation on Banding made by Don Michael and Jim Russell have bee added to our Resources library.

    An article on Patriotic Banding by Michael Wheeler has been added to our Resources library. This article covers much of the material discussed by Michael to the meeting. 

    The drawings and explanation for the jigs demonstrated have been added to the Resource library.

    Repeatable Thin Strip Cutting Jig

    Repeatable Cross Cut Banding Sled for Small Parts.

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