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Keep your eyes peeled on this blog, our WIA Facebook Page, The Renaissance Woodworker blog, and our Twitter feed (we’re @PWeditors)…for all things Woodworking in America 2011: The Ultimate Joinery Weekend.

Registration for Woodworking in America 2011 (Sept. 30-Oct.2 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center) is NOW OPEN! Last year’s conference sold out during the “early bird special” period, so if you want to attend (and we hope you do!), make sure you sign up early – especially if you want in on any of the extracurricular activities, as space for those is quite limited.

This year’s instructors are: Roy Underhill, David Charlesworth, Peter Follansbee, Chris Schwarz, Jay van Arsdale, Glen Huey, Charles Brock, Chuck Bender, Jeff Headley, Steve Hamilton, Brian Boggs, Robin Lee, Adam Cherubini, Ron Herman, Bob Lang, Steve Shanesy, Ajax Alexandre and me.

Below, you can download a complete list of classes, extracurricular activities and Marketplace exhibitors.

— Megan Fitzpatrick

WIA Class Descriptions

Extracurricular Events

WIA Exhibitors

Product Recommendations

Here are some supplies and tools we find essential in our everyday work around the shop. We may receive a commission from sales referred by our links; however, we have carefully selected these products for their usefulness and quality.

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  • tsstahl

    Hmmm, no bandsaw mill manufacturers. Is the WIA crowd simply not in their demographic?

  • mpercy

    Is there a list of nearby hotels? Thanks


  • Niels

    The anticipation is killing me! 😉

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