Sure, you likely know by now that Woodworking in America 2011: The Ultimate Joinery Weekend is Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. But finally, the document you’ve all been waiting for – what classes are happening when, and where. Well here it is, in a PDF document and in an Excel document (in case you want to enter your name in the sessions you plan to attend).
And a confession – I wasn’t clever enough to manipulate the cell sizes so they look the same – just know that each block is a half-hour time slot. So, for example, David Charlesworth is scheduled from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Friday morning, even though three of his blocks are big, and the last is small (this will make sense when you see it – promise!). We’ve asked presenters to prepare a 45-minute to 1-hour-long presentation, which leaves approximately an hour afterward for you to ask questions, talk with other attendees, head off to another class or visit the Marketplace.
Please note that this year, we also have a handful of sessions actually in the Marketplace, basically to give the Marketplace folks a taste of what they’re missing. Plus, Marketplace Exhibitors will be leading their own classes as well in the Marketplace classroom (we’ll let you know as soon as we have titles for these).
And again – we expect registration to open during the first week of June – so plan you trip, plan your schedule, and plan to register!
(Thank you readers, who provided me with better-made versions of the Excel spreadsheet — including the posted one from Steve Nickles)
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