Desert Woodcarving Show & Sale
Open to the Public and All Carvers, Fine Woodworkers and Wood Turners
A Judged Wood Sculpture Competition
Mesa Centennial Hall
201 N. Center St. Mesa AZ (SE Corner University Dr & Center St.)


Frequently Asked Questions
Question - What do the different ribbons mean?
Answer - For the definition of the various awards for the Desert Woodcarving Show go to the "Winners" page for the awards definition
Question - Do I have to be a club member to participate in the Show?
Answer - No.  You do not need to be a club member to participate in the Desert Woodcarving Show.
Question - Do I have to take a table to enter the show?
Answer - No.  While we encourage participants to take a table, it is not required to enter the Desert Woodcarving Show or otherwise participate in the show events.
Question - Can I mail in my entry?
Answer - Only the "Open Level" entries can be mailed in by making special arrangements with the show chairman.  Mail in entries should be sent by UPS and include a prepaid return shipping label.  The Advanced, Intermediate, Novice, and Youth entries may not be mailed in.
          > Open Level ship entries by UPS to:

                  Desert Woodcarving Show
                  P.O. Box 14269
                  Mesa, AZ 85216

Contact Us
E - Mail:                              

    Herb Miller
        herbmiller@cox.net
        480-273-7176  

    Lenny Sedlock
        623-848-7557

Shipping & Snail Mail:

        Desert Woodcarving Show
        P.O. Box 14269
        Meas, AZ 85216
Question - Do I have to enter carving and woodworking at the same level?
Answer - No, skills don't directly transfer so you may enter a carving at one level and woodworking at a different level.