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With just 15 days to go until Woodworking in America 2011 commences, we still have room for more people. So, we’ve decided to offer one-day passes. Single-day passes are now available for either Friday or Saturday (there are no passes for the Sunday half-day) for $175 each.

A one-day conference pass gives you full access to that day’s educational sessions and the Marketplace. On Friday, there are 32 sessions from which to choose; on Saturday, there are 28. Whichever you choose, your day will be jam-packed with woodworking information – but do save time for the Marketplace, where you can try out tools from many of the world’s top makers. (Plus, Gorilla Glue, one of our sponsors, has a treat for you – bring an old bottle of glue and trade it in for a new 18-ounce bottle of Gorilla Wood Glue at the company’s booth!).

Classes run between 9 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on both Friday and Saturday (the Marketplace is open 9 a.m.-6 p.m.)

But we do still have full-conference passes available ($395), which in addition to Friday and Saturday, include 11 classes on Sunday (they run from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.).

To register for one-day or full conference passes, visit WoodworkingInAmerica.com and click on “register” at the top right corner.

— Megan Fitzpatrick


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  • Steve_OH

    I read “One-day tickets” as “One-way tickets,” which seemed a bit extreme…

    I mean, I like woodworking and all, but still…

    -Steve

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