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CLASSES/WORKSHOPS Sausalito: January 29-February 2, and February

5-9. One- and two-week courses in classical woodcarving. February 5-April 26. Twelve-week course in classical woodcarving. All taught by master carvers. The School or Classical Woodcarving. <4151 332-7563.

EXHIBITS/SHOWS/EVENTS Del Mar: February 9-11. The San Diego Woodworking Show. (310) 477-8521.

San Diego: February 17-18. 1996 California Open Wildlife Art Show and Carvers' Competition. Sponsorerl by Pacific Wildfowl Arts. (805) 772-5811.

San Francisco: January 6-March 17. Exhibition— Craft at Gumps: The Helen Hetlinger Years. Includes work of Bob Stocksdale, Ed and Phillip Moulthrop, Mike Shuler. Also: Exhibition of sculptures by Vitalijaus Cepkauskas. San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum. (415) 775-0990.

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CLASSES/WORKSHOPS Denver: January 20. Wood joinery: Tony Brazzale. January 21. Tablesaw techniques: Tom Pierce, lanuary 27. Beginning lathe: Dennis Korth. February 3. Scrollsaws: Harold Foos. February 10. Wood technology: Paul McClure. February 11. Using jigs: Tom Pearce. February 17. Furniture design: Wayne Hoffman. February 24. Intermediate lathe: Dennis Korth. February 25. Routers: Paul McClure. The Woodworkers' Store. <303) 782-0588.

CLASSES/WORKSHOPS .Manchester: Year-round. Woodworking, finishing and lathe classes. Harris Enterprise Corp. <203) 649-4663.

EXHIBITS/SHOWS/EVENTS St. Petersburg: January 5-February 17, 1996.

Exhibition of furniture installations by Katherine Siegel. Florida Craftsmen Gallery. (813) 821-7391. Tampa: February 2-18. 11th Annual Fine Furniture Show. Sponsored by the Woodcrafters Club of Tampa. (813) 645-8933.

EXHIBITS/SHOWS/EVENTS Atlanta: February 29-,March 3. Grand National Wild Turkey Carving and Sculpture Championship, and Decorative Turkey Call Competition. National Wild Turkey Federation. (803> 637-3106.

Duluth: February 23-25. The Atlanta Woodworking Show. (800) 826-8257.

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