Friday, April 6, 2012

WIA: Registration is Open!

Registration is now open for both Woodworking in America Conferences.

It's a tough choice. They have awesome speakers and topics at both, but I am going to the conference in Cincinnati as I will not get on a plane unless threatened with bodily harm. 
Or I'm offered a bunch of Lie-Nielsen tools.

I'm especially looking forward to classes by Mary May (carving) and Paul Schurch (inlay).
This going to be a long seven months...


Nik Brown said...

As much as I would love to go to the west cost one for some of the Greene & Greene stuff... it looks like I'll only be able to go to the Ohio one. It's only an afternoon drive so it really makes since.

I'm also excited about the carving and inlay classes. It's a topic I know next to nothing about but am getting interested in. I'm taking a inlay course at Jeffrey Miller's school next week! :)

pjped said...


I feel the same way about flying.
I gladly drive the 11-12 hours with my satellite radio and a bag of Utz sourdough specials (sorry Snyders!). Will you be taking orders for the Roubo à la Hultman? I need to know if I should start putting some cash aside each week :)

McGlynn On Making said...

Wait - you didn't get the memo about the free LN tools?

I'm signed up for the west coast event since it's the closest. I suspect the Cincy one will be better attended just because of tradition.

I'm taking my 11 year old son along, he likes playing with wood although not as much as golf, skateboarding and minecraft.