About The Woodworking Shows
For the past 30 years, The Woodworking Shows have established a devoted following by providing woodworkers with an outlet for their passion through tools, education and a unique sense of community by hosting hands-on trade shows for woodworkers across the United States. Here’s what to look forward to this season.
Enjoy all new educational seminars from industry experts like WOOD Magazine’s own Jim Heavey, Fine Woodworking's Roland Johnson and Marc Adams School of Woodworking's Marc Adams. Immerse yourself in all the offerings from industry professionals who work with the publications you've grown to trust and clubs, guilds, schools and artisans from your local community.
We want to see what you have been working on! Every woodworking show this season will feature a new and improved peer-reviewed project contest. There's room for everyone with both adult and youth groups where the top 3 projects selected in each group will win tools from Bosch and more at every show. A nationally voted upon grand prize form Bosch will be awarded at the closing of the season.
There will be no shortage of tools to choose from. Find anything and everything woodworking related you could possibly need in one place. Test drives and questions are always welcome.
Clubs, Guilds and Schools
Every show features multiple woodworking clubs, guilds and schools from your area. They will be providing education, local knowledge and information on how you can get involved in your woodworking community.
Purchase tickets at the door of any of our events for $12. Click here to order online and receive $2 OFF!
Children under 16 years old are admitted free with a paid adult
Active duty Military/Fire/Police with valid ID are admitted free
OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED
Frequently Asked Questions
- 1. How do I register for prizes?
Registration for The Woodworking Shows giveaways is done by filling out your information on the cards provided by our staff. In some instances the registration will be done by the manufacturer providing the giveaway but our staff will be able to point you in the right direction.
- 2. How will I know what seminars are being offered and at what times?
At every show you will be able to grab a seminar schedule from the information booth. If you're still having problems just ask one of our staff members and they will get you squared away.
- 3. What are the show hours?
All shows run Friday through Sunday. Friday the shows open at 12:00 pm and close at 6:00 pm. Saturday the shows open at 10:00 am and close at 6:00 pm. Sunday the shows open at 10:00 am and close at 3:00 pm.
- 4. Will there be food available for purchase?
At most venues concession stands are open and serving food, however, if you find that food is not of interest odds are you'll be able to find something you like not far away. Be sure to remember your ticket for readmittance.