Woodworking In America 2012

Woodworking In America 2012: Registration Now Open

Popular Woodworking announced that the Woodworking In America 2012 conferences registration is now open. The annual woodworking event has been very popular in the past and has sold out. In addition there are bonus activities available for earlybird registrants. Details are available on the event website.

Something new this year the Woodworking In America conferences will be held in 2 locations. There will be a October event in The Los Angeles Area and a November woodworking event in the Greater Cincinnati area.

The registration announcement was made by Popular Woodworking Managing Editor Megan Fitzpatrick.

Woodworking In America 2012: Registration Now Open

Woodworking In America 2012Register now for Woodworking in America 2012 and reserve your spot at the early-bird rate – plus get first dibs on the limited-attendance “extracurricular activities,” including dinner and a private tour at the Gamble House in Calif., and an exclusive visit to White Water Shaker Village in Greater Cincinnati:

WIA West Coast: Oct. 12-14 in Pasadena, Calif., and WIA Midwest: Nov. 2-4 in Greater Cincinnati.

At either or both conferences, you’ll join top woodworkers and toolmakers for three days of skill-building educational workshops on hand-tool techniques, power-tool use, hybrid woodworking, carving, furniture design and more…

Read the full announcement on Popular Woodworking’s website.

In addition the the registration announcement, more details of the featured presenters were offered. Some of the presenters at the west coast woodworking event include David Marks, Mary May, Jim Ipekjian, Adam Cherubini, and Yeung Chan. The east coast presenters include Curtis Buchanan, Paul Schurch, Jeff Miller, and Christopher Schwarz.

Here is a video promo for the Woodworking In America 2012 events.

I have been reading the posts about the previous events since the first year they held one. Everyone who has attended has said that they have been fun and informative and a great time was had. This aspiring woodworker would love to attend one! If you are planning on attending the Woodworking In America 2012 event it would be in your best interest to check out the details on the event website and make your reservations as right away.

Update 6/16/12:

I received an email this morning reminding me that early bird registration is closing soon.

Woodworking in America 2012 is set to bring you another year of excitement! Workshop instructors from all over the country are gearing up to pass on their extensive woodworking knowledge to you. Get ready and get a closer look at the WIA West and Midwest speakers…

…And don’t miss your chance to save $50 off your registration fee-just register before July 27!

Register for WIA West or WIA Midwest today!

Get your registration done soon!



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