20th Annual Fine Woodworking Show | Arts & Culture
Woodworkers Showcase includes a woodworkers' competition and awards, a special theme display, exhibits by guest organizations, experts available to answer woodworking questions, continuous free lectures and demonstrations, and special exhibits and sale of products by national and area businesses of interest to woodworkers.
It provides an opportunity for amateur and professional woodworkers to exhibit their work and to learn from their peers. More than 500 items are exhibited, from small accessory items and turnings to large pieces of furniture.
Lectures on a wide range of woodworking topics, presented by nationally and regionally recognized professionals and amateurs, are held concurrently in a number of lecture rooms throughout both days. Many of the 5000 to 6000 people who attend the show each year come for these free lectures.
Other features of the show include toy-making, wood-turning, carving, and scroll-sawing by local woodworking enthusiasts and clubs, You are welcome to visitor their displays, watch their ongoing demonstrations, and ask questions to aid in your own woodworking projects.Admission: Adults $10.00, Under 12 Free
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