If you’ve never been to one of the Woodworking Shows, or you haven’t been to one recently, check the schedule on the TWWS website and see if there is a show coming to your area and make plans to attend. At the show you’ll find tools and supplies that you don’t often get to see in person, attend great seminars and meet the 360 WoodWorking team. New show management has increased the emphasis on learning, and we’re proud to be a part of that effort.
This past weekend, Glen Huey and I were at the show in Springfield, Massachusetts and next weekend, all three of us will be at the show in Indianapolis, Indiana. Following that, Glen and Chuck will be at the show in Kansas City, and we end January with all three of us in Columbus, Ohio.
At the shows we’re giving a free seminar where we tag-team the build of a small Shaker table with a combination of methods and an occasional difference of opinion. It’s one of the ways we’re spreading the word about 360 Woodworking, and it has been encouraging for us to meet our subscribers and future subscribers. One of our friends (and author of an upcoming article) is Andy Chidwick, who is also giving seminars at most of the remaining shows. A couple of weeks ago, Andy interviewed us at the Baltimore show.
If you can make it to a show, drop by the 360 WoodWorking booth, say hello and sit in on a seminar or two. And if you bring donuts, we won’t mind.