Your admission at each show gives you three days of access to FREE seminars presented by woodworkers. Learn tricks of the trade, perfect your skills and ask questions while attending any of the seminars we offer. There are over sixty classes to choose from so be prepared to learn, be entertained and ask questions.
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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.
Bradley McCalister brings a comfortable style of education to his seminars that he has developed teaching and demonstrating to students from 8 to 88. With a true love for teaching the craft of woodturning Bradley McCalister always has time for one more question.
George Vondriska, influenced by an exceptional junior high shop teacher, has been doing woodworking for decades. From custom furniture to running a commercial cabinet shop, George has worked in many aspects of the craft.
Vic is the Technical Advisor at Lee Valley Tools. He designs and builds furniture in a modest studio in his home in Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada and also maintains a website and and a blog at www.victesolin.ca.
Matt Kenney has been making things from wood his entire life. About 15 years ago, when he was a poor and recently married graduate student with plans for a philosophy professorship, he began to make furniture.
Ron has produced 15 How-To turning videos and is known internationally for his clear and easy to understand teaching style having been a touring professional now in his 8th season. He will share loads of top tips, tricks and secrets used by professional turners to make their work faster, easier and better.
David Heim is a veteran book and magazine editor. He was one of the top editors at Consumer Reports magazine for 28 years, then moved to Fine Woodworking magazine, where he was an associate editor for five years. While at Fine Woodworking, he first encountered the SketchUp 3D design program, and has been using it nearly every day since.
Frank worked for many years in the construction industry and as simultaneous interpreter and graphic designer in southern Ontario before moving into full-time boat building, furniture design, and later, wood turning.