We'd like to send A GREAT BIG THANK YOU to are audience as well as all the exhibitors who participated in the 2016 Woodworking Show season! The planning for next season is underway and we'll be announcing the schedule as soon as it's available. Stay tuned and happy woodworking!
Expand your skills at each show with 360 WoodWorking as Glen Huey and Chuck Bender work through hand-cut dovetails, shop-made moldings, cutting “perfect” miters, basic inlay techniques including “Poor man’s inlay.” Round out the weekend with simple techniques to make your project finishes pop.
This season the American Association Of Woodturners & Bradley McCalister are pairing up to teach, inspire and help you build a solid foundation and understanding to start exploring the joy, creativity and art of woodturning. Registration is required!
Barry Gross is known for his famous pen creations. If you're looking to learn how to create your own one of a kind pen make sure to catch Barry's seminars happening daily at every Woodworking Show. He'll get you motivated and educated!
Build A Workshop On Wheels and you'll gain 44 square feet of drawer space in only 8 square feet of floor area. On top of that, you'll also add an 8 square foot workbench and stow tools in a 9 cubic foot upper cabinet. Learn how via Bob Settich in this Woodworking Show Exclusive seminar.
Marc Adams has been woodworking professionally for more than 33 years. In 1991, he became a technical consultant to the WWPA, SFPA, AHEC, and the U.S. government, representing the United States on International Quality of Furniture Making. His work has appeared in Design Book Six and Design Book Seven, and his shop was featured in The Workshop by Taunton Press.
Jim has been a woodworker for over 30 years and a contributing craftsman and educator for WOOD Magazine since 1997.
Roland is an author and a woodworker. He has been contributing editor for Fine Woodworking since 2002, where he is a frequent writer of tool-test articles and a road warrior for The Woodworking Shows.
Chuck Bender has built period furniture designs for some of the finest homes and collections in the country. He shares his woodworking knowledge as a teacher, writer, editor and video host in addition to being a master craftsman for thirty years. Chuck is one of the managing partners of 360 WoodWorking
Glen Huey has nearly thirty years of woodworking experience, and focuses on 18th- and early 19th-century furniture designs. He is an editor, author and writer who has the ability to turn complicated techniques into easy to follow steps. Glen is one of the managing partners of 360 WoodWorking
In his 100+/-year-old family company, Ron specializes in restoration of historic and antique properties using period methods and tools. Much of Ron's woodworking knowledge comes from his progression through a formal apprenticeship to attain the rank of Master.
Bradley McCalister brings a comfortable style of education to the seminars that he has developed teaching and demonstrating as a professional woodturner. He began turning in 2007, after watching his father working on a lathe. Bradley was soon completing 150 pieces a month, and exhibiting and selling his work in galleries, art shows, outdoor markets and private collections.
Bob Settich is a seasoned woodworker and author who has written five books and hundreds of articles for woodworking magazines including Fine Woodworking, WOOD, Shop Notes, Workbench, and Woodcraft.
Growing up in Wainfleet, Ontario Ethan was surrounded on all sides by the woodworking industry. With a tool inventor as a father it's no surprise that he naturally became sensitive to the needs of woodworkers.
Barry Gross is an artist and author who puts the fun back into turning by making it approachable and enjoyable.
Roland Johnson Explains Why You Should Attend The Woodworking Shows
The Woodworking Shows has lined up a bunch of the best woodworking presenters in the country, and along with a great line-up of tool vendors the season has, and will continue to be a blockbuster event!
I know there are lots of folks who wonder why they should attend a woodworking tool show when there is plentiful information about tools and woodworking methods readily available on the web. The reason is simple...