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Reserve your spot at FWW Live 2013

comments (16) February 28th, 2013 in blogs

AsaC Asa Christiana, Special Projects Editor, Fine Woodworking magazine
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Last year people got a chance to see how fun steambending can be.
At every FWW Live, close-up cameras capture the action so you dont miss a detail.
High-end vendors are on hand to give you plenty of time to try out their tools, plus answer any question.
And there is plenty of time to meet old friends and make a lot of new ones.
SCSUs new student center is a great place to host a conference, with tons of high-tech space and great food options inside.
Want your handplane shavings to look like this? Take Mike Pekovichs class on mastering the smoothing plane.
With Chris Becksvoorts tips and tricks, youll be cutting better dovetails than ever before.
Peter Gedrys will show you how to combine dyes and stains for a range of popular finish recipes, like Mission oak.
Last year people got a chance to see how fun steambending can be. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Last year people got a chance to see how fun steambending can be.

Photo: Asa Christiana

The first-ever Fine Woodworking Live was a hit, making the next one a sure thing. It is happening August 8-11, 2013, at the campus of Southern Connecticut State University, in New Haven, CT. And the Fine Woodworking Live website is up and taking registrations.

There you will also find complete info on the event, lodging, and everythiung else. What you might not see yet is the affordable dorm option for lodging, and the pre-show tour of Yale's amazing furniture collections. Both are coming soon.

The venue is more accessible this year, centrally located between Boston and New York, and less than an hour from the Hartford/Springfield airport, with a range of great lodging options nearby. What's more, we've been able to make the price even more affordable.

But the improvements don't end there. This year, based on attendee feedback, all classes are electives (aside from a couple of all-conference seminars) meaning you are in charge.

We have other surprises in store, too. So sign up today to reserve your spot.

 

Catch the recaps from last year's FWW LIVE event:

The first-ever FWW Live, as it happened
FWW Live: The sessions
FWW Live: The fun stuff


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Comments (16)

BearTree BearTree writes: Hate to criticize what I'm sure will be a fine event, but some of us need to know a schedule for the electives in order to detrermine which day or days to register for. I think you've got the cart before the horse.
Posted: 10:05 am on June 4th

Kikodoss Kikodoss writes: Hey Asa,

Missed last year's event, but already registered for this August. Can't wait !! Quick question, do paid attendees get copies of all the session videos?

Thanks,
Erick


Posted: 6:19 pm on March 15th

AsaC AsaC writes: Sorry about the electives confusion. The is no specific schedule for classes until we know how many people want what. Less than a week after registering for the conference, you'll receive an email asking you to choose your classes (electives). Then at the event, you'll get an individualized schedule.
Posted: 11:18 am on March 14th

AsaC AsaC writes: Yes, a spouse or friend can buy the Yale tour without buying a conference pass.
Posted: 11:16 am on March 14th

Chuck06 Chuck06 writes: Can my wife go on the Yale tour without a separate conference registration?
Posted: 11:50 pm on March 12th

Sawster Sawster writes: Asa

I just bought my tickets for the show and banquet but where do I register for the electives. Thanks and can't wait to see everyone there!
Posted: 11:52 am on March 11th

mogador mogador writes: I come from France and really enjoy this event.. Thank the staff for the good and cool atmosphere ... May I suggest to make at the end of the next session, a group picture including everybody as a souvenirs..

Richard Zimmermann
Posted: 4:17 pm on March 10th

AsaC AsaC writes: The is no specific schedule yet, Linuxguy. When you register you pick what you want, and then we hand you your schedule at the event. That will let us adjust how many times we repeat certain classes based on demand. See you there. You too, Geniole!
Posted: 10:07 pm on March 7th

Geniole Geniole writes: Hi Asa,
Registration: done
Flight tickets: done
Hotel reservation: done
Yes, I will be there again!!!
Greetings from Brasil.
Posted: 11:08 am on March 7th

linuxguymd linuxguymd writes: I'm interested in attending but don't see the specific schedule for the elective courses on the schedule page.
Posted: 4:41 pm on March 6th

Barry143 Barry143 writes: NICE! It's great to see such an event right here in Connecticut.

Folks thinking of attending may want to note that New Haven does have limited airline service from US Air. Bradley / Hartford will probably be better, but it's worth a look.

Calendar marked!

Posted: 7:29 am on February 24th

greg041 greg041 writes: Fantastic!......and I'm only 45 minutes from New Haven. It will be the highlight of my summer.
Posted: 6:09 pm on February 15th

AsaC AsaC writes: Hope to see you guys there. FYI, we just landed the legendary Brian Boggs as our banquet speaker.
Posted: 7:29 pm on February 12th

beltloaderman beltloaderman writes: If the price is right... I will be there. Coming from FL, so I need to start saving NOW lol.
Posted: 7:54 am on February 11th

uranium uranium writes: On my calendar already.
Posted: 10:37 am on February 9th

thebigvise thebigvise writes: Great! I can't wait for the 2013 edition of FWW Live!
Posted: 10:09 am on February 8th

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