Woodworking in America 2014 Here I come!

September 11, 20141 Comment

The wait is finally over! As this post is going live I’m close to boarding a plane heading to Woodworking in America 2014 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

A full weekend of nothing but full-immersion into woodworking goodness and overload with some of my closest friends from around the country, and even internationally (it’s just Canada, but technically it counts I guess?)

Highlights from WIA 2013

If you’re in attendance be sure to keep an ear out for the Chortle or an eye open for the Woobie and then come up and say “hi,” I always look forward to meeting as many woodworking friends as possible each visit.

For whatever reason, if you can’t make it this year I promise to gather up as many photos, videos and great stories from the weekend as possible to share with you in the days to follow when I get home.

Don’t forget, the whole reason I’m able to attend this year, to keep getting this great content, is thanks to the folks at Highland Woodworking. I’ll not only be gathering great content for my own blog, but for their’s also.

Can’t make it for the entire weekend but have a few hours to spend in the vendors marketplace? You’ll find me in there too…a lot! Print this coupon and save a couple of dollars on the entry fee, then use it on an amazing tool, or spend all your time checking out the free seminars happening every hour.

Click on this picture, print it and bring it with you if you're planning to only visit the marketplace!

Click on this picture, print it and bring it with you if you’re planning to only visit the marketplace!

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  1. Spunjin says:

    I wish I could have made it this year. Looked like it was a lot of fun with all the internet crowd and meet ups.

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