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The Ultimate Woodworking Event

The 1996 American Woodworker Show™

American Woodworker is taking its show on the road. The American Woodworker Show™, the biggest and best woodworking event in the country, will be coming to two great locations this fall—Chicago's famous Navy Pier (September 20-22, 1996) and the Fort Washington Expo Center outside of Philadelphia (November 8-10, 1996). Whether you're a beginner or an expert, hobbyist or pro, this is one woodworking show that you don V want to miss!

Learn from the Masters

The American Woodworker Show™ is like no other woodworking show you've seen. The emphasis is on learning, and we've put together an all-star lineup of more than 20 expert demonstrators that reads like a Who's Who of the woodworking world—Ian Kirby, Mike Dunbar, Frank Klausz, Toshio Odatc, Mark Duginske, Leonard Lee and many others—all there to share their expertise with you.

Come meet these master craftsmen and learn their tricks of the trade. They'll demonstrate their skills in hands-on workshops and seminars on a broad range of topics, including furniture making, joinery, carving, hand-tool techniques, power-tool techniques, woodturning, veneering, and much more. Whatever your woodworking interests, you'll learn something new at The American Woodworker Show™.

And don't miss a chance to meet our special guest, Norm Abram. Norm will appear at the Chicago show only, and he'll give a free seminar on Saturday and Sunday, September 21 and 22.

Pick Up a Bargain

And if you need a few things for your shop, the American Woodworker Show™ offers a unique opportunity to see, touch, try out and buy. Over 200 exhibitors will sell everything from the latest in power tools to hard-to-find hand tools and specialty hardware and supplies.

Bosch, Delta, DcWalt, Freud, Garrett Wade, Porter-Cable and Woodcraft arc just a few of the many quality manufacturers and retailers you'll find. You've never seen so many woodworking tools under one roof—many of them at show-special prices that you won't find anywhere else.

Don't miss it! For more info on The American Woodworker Show™» call (610) 967-7601. See you there!

David Sloan Editor & publisher



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