Community Work

Albert Hospice Pergola

November 4, 2023

Latest community project for Albert Hospice. The pergola is to provide shade for residents from the hot sun while enjoying the garden area.

Rising Tides

– October 26, 2023

Restoration of Church Street home for Rising Tides. Members of the Codiac Woodworkers Guild restored the beams, columns, cornices and decorative pieces on the second storey balcony and window above. The house has received a Preservation and Restoration Award from the city for heritage restoration.

RHS – Repairing Gym Bleachers

September 3, 2023

Plane and repair of Riverview High School bleachers in the gym.

Purple Heart Bench Brigade

When we became aware of a New Brunswick project run by Rob Cosman of Grand Bay – Westfield, we knew we wanted to be a part of it. The Purple Heart Project is a non-profit workshop aimed at helping veterans dealing with physical or menta

l injuries by teaching them traditional hand tool woodworking. Thus, the Purple Heart Bench Brigade was born!

Read all about it here: Purple Heart Bench Brigade

Town of Riverview – Santa’s Mail Box

November 2020

In November 2020, our Guild was asked by the Town of Riverview to build a Santa’s Mailbox to be placed at the gazebo on the riverfront, so boys and girls had a location to mail their wish lists to Santa.  This was our very first community collaboration… we had a blast working on this project and were so happy to have been involved in such a fun initiative.

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Riverview Winter Carnival

December 2020

Our Guild was approached by the Town of Riverview in December of 2020 to build 300 snow pounders for the Town’s 2021 Winter Carnival Activities. We put a call out to our members and the response to help was overwhelming. It didn’t take us long to get a prototype and an assembly line going. Took our team 3.5 days from start to finish and when all done…. we delivered 332 snow pounders to the town. We want to thank our members for answering the call to action…. from the assembly line to clean up. What a great club project!