The Woodworking Shows is a travelling woodworking show that visits quite a few cities each year. At these shows, you can expect product demonstrations, hands-on learning experiences, and great discounts on new and popular tools.
I took the opportunity to visit a recent Woodworking Show at a nearby city, and had a great time there. There was a lot to see and do, and I of course took many photos to share with you. Since there is much about the show that I’d like to talk about, there will be a series of posts with each one focusing on a different event, vendor, or experience.
To see if there will be a Woodworking Show in your area, you can refer to the schedule on their official homepage, or do as I do and navigate there via a link on the Woodpecker website, which is easier to remember.
Admission to the show is reasonable at $10 per person, but there are $2-off and buy one ticket get your spouse in for free coupons available via The Woodworking Shows’ homepage (coupon tab at the top).
2010 Woodworking Show Coverage, via ToolGuyd