DelVal Turners
DelVal Turners

                           "Unus bonum rursus dignus alium"

We are pleased to announce our first
Hybrid Meeting

We will be face to face
and virtual for those who cannot attend 


DelVal Turner's Regular Meeting
Tuesday Oct 11, 2022

Show & Tell

Distribution of Challenge Blanks

7:00 pm EDT start
doors open at 6:30 pm

The live meeting site is:

The WoodShop at
Moorestown Friends School
110 East Main Street
Moorestown NJ 08690

The Meeting will also be available via Zoom
Zoom instructions are below.

Here's a map of how to get to the woodshop.

End of Year Challenge and Blanks

Our end of year challenge, to be judged at our Holiday party on December 13th is to make something using one of the blanks we will distribute at the October meeting. There are some beautiful bowl blanks of big leaf maple and madrone, partially turned. They have been provided by Dale Larson as a gift to the club via Phil Hauser. Thanks are in order for both Phil and Dale!

There is a limited supply of these blanks, so they will be distributed to members only, and on a first come basis. You can reserve yours in the Registration Form listed above.


We will have a 50/50 Raffle Drawing this month. The winner will receive 50% of the monies collected. 

  • The cost of a ticket is $5.
  • There will be one cash prize: 50% of the amount collected.
  • Anyone who registers for the meeting is eligible to participate.
  • You do not have to be present to win.
  • If you win, we will either mail you a check or send the funds electronically via PayPal.
  • 50% of the proceeds will go toward DelVal programs and activities.
  • The drawing will be live at the end of the meeting. You do not have to be present to win.
  • Click the button below to register for the drawing. After registering, you will see a confirmation message with a link to pay $5 via PayPal.

** FREE ** Zoom IRD - Demonstrations

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Meet the 'Tiny Turner' in Record Power's next Live Session #70

With Emma Cook from the Record Power studio workshop in Chesterfield, England

USA & CANADA– Wednesday 12th October

11:30 / 11.30am (PDT)
12:30 / 12.30pm(MDT)
13:30 / 1.30pm (CDT)
14:30 / 2.30pm (EDT)

Emma is also a skilled wood carver and enjoys combining both crafts to create some truly unique items.


In this session, Emma covers:

  • What wood is good… for turning Platters and Bowls?
  • Turning a platter using a traditional grind bowl gouge
  • Looking at proportions for platter layouts
  • Ebonising: the pros and cons of the different techniques available
  • Adding leather cord as an embellishment

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Slideshow - Wood turned objects

DelVal Turners' Club Officers


Scott L Malin, President

Paul Bracciante, Exec VP

Scott L Malin, Treasurer

Michael Zickler, VP Secretary

Dave Leader, VP Website

David A Potts, VP Membership

Philip Hauser, VP HOW's

John Dighton, Program Director

Jeff Schnell, Safety Director

Marty Richter, Immediate Past President, Liaison




DelVal Turners meets virtually using Zoom on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Meeting topics include show and tells, demonstrations, and discussions on various turning related subjects, such as tool sharpening, sanding, finishing, chucks, jigs, marketing your crafts etc. New members are encouraged to contribute new ideas to help create an interesting and challenging program. Our demonstrations are most often given by nationally and internationally renowned turners and artists.




Our meetings start at 7PM and take place virtually using the Zoom conference service. 


OTHER EVENTS: Philip Hauser runs a great hands on open house at his workshop on the  3rd Tuesday of each month. The open house is an informal setting where members discuss different issues such as tool use, tool sharpening,  wood preparation, and turning techniques. Phil and other members often demonstrate these techniques. See Member's Area for Phil's contact information. 

Due to Covid 19 restrictions Phil has suspended the open house. 





A 50/50 raffle is conducted during most meetings to augment the club’s finances. We also run Hands on Workshops (HOWs)  once each year,  taught by  volunteer experienced members of the club in their homes. Various specialties are covered.




The club invites some of the best woodturners in the world to demonstrate at our club meetings. Woodturners freely share their skills with all, thus providing novice to expert turners with a

wealth of information. 




The club will often offer information about wood that has become available and tools for sale. We also inform members of different woodturning events in the area and upcoming symposiums. 




Membership is open to all interested in woodturning. Annual dues are $ 25.00 per person. Dues are valid  for the  calendar year starting January 1st.  Dues for the half year of July to December are $12.50 per person. 


Members are strongly  encouraged to join the American Association of Woodturners. It publishes a great quarterly magazine about woodturning and an annual directory of members and resources and it organizes annual symposiums. The AAW offers liability insurance for all club organized activities to AAW members.  Click here for Membership


Become a member


More information about our HOW  (Hands On Workshops)  program