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Registration Update for Woodworking in America

Fair warning: I have little doubt that we will sell out our Woodworking in America conference Oct. 1-3 in Cincinnati. We already have more people registered than we did for our first conference in Berea, Ky., and we’ve only had registration open for two weeks.

The size of the conference is capped at about 400 people for two reasons , one, there is only so much space at conference center; and two, we want this experience to be as intimate as possible so you can have face time with the instructors.

Also, our conference staff informed me that we are now officially sold out of two of the extra-curricular events (the trip to “White Water Shaker Village” and the “Feast of Andre Roubo”). We do, however, still have space for our “Toolmakers’ Dinner” at our offices (thanks to some good ideas from the staff, we were able to double the capacity we can hold).

So, if you are holding off on registering, you might want to re-think your strategy. If we sell out, we won’t be able to offer one- and two-day passes to the classes.

Just saying.

To register, visit WoodworkingInAmerica.com.

– Christopher Schwarz

Read About What Others Are Saying About Woodworking in America

– The Village Carpenter (Kari Hultman) calls it “The most wonderful time of the year.”

– The Renaissance Woodworker writes: “You had better have a really good reason for not being there.”

– Podfather Matt Vanderlist interviewed Managing Editor Megan Fitzpatrick for this podcast.

4 thoughts on “Registration Update for Woodworking in America

  1. Rick Lapp

    I am signed up but cannot decide my full agenda yet. I presume I can add that later? Rick

  2. Mark

    Congrats and thanks for your and everyone else’s hard work setting up this event. I just knew from the earliest announcements that this event was going to be a big draw. Now, just who do I bribe to get into the Roubo dinner and the Whitewater tour?

  3. Christopher Schwarz

    Until we can get all the rights worked out with all of the speakers, I’m afraid the answer is no. Wish we could. And we’re working on it.

    Chris

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