The Keystone Turners are a chapter of the American Association of Woodturners based in Chester County, Pennsylvania with members coming from Berks, Montgomery, Bucks and Delaware counties. We share the purpose of providing education and information to those interested in woodturning.
The Keystone Turners meets the third Wednesday of every month at the following address:
387 Hallman Mill Road
Meetings start at 7:00 PM and dues are $20 per year. You do not have to be a member to attend a meeting or two. However, membership is encouraged as well as AAW membership.
Our Background and History
The Keystone Turners mission is to provide education and to advance the art of woodturning. We provide education through our demonstrations at club meetings. We advance the art of woodturning through our outreach programs.
The Keystone Turners club was started by Dick Tuttle; our first president. We have been involved in the American Association of Woodturners nearly since that group’s inception. We look forward to providing years of service to the woodturning community.