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Find out where Fine Woodworking frequent contributors, like Christian Becksvoort, are teaching or attending events - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Find out where Fine Woodworking frequent contributors, like Christian Becksvoort, are teaching or attending events


Another year is upon us and our contributors are filling up their calendars. Check out the list below and take a class or attend an event with one of Fine Woodworking's frequent contributors.

If you'd like one of our authors to come to your area to teach (or attend an event) contact your local woodworking school or guild and get them to invite the author(s). They love sharing their woodworking knowledge and just need an invitation to come see you. 


Marc Adams

Ongoing Classes
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

Feb 21-23, 2014: Cabinetmaking, Routers, Joinery and Methods of Woodworking
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

Feb 28 – March 1, 2014: Cabinetmaking, Routers, Joinery and Methods of Woodworking
The Woodworking Shows – Missouri

March 7 – 8, 2014: Cabinetmaking, Routers, Joinery and Methods of Woodworking
The Woodworking Shows – Georgia

March 14 – 15, 2014: Cabinetmaking, Routers, Joinery and Methods of Woodworking
The Woodworking Shows – Wisconsin

March 21 – 22, 2014: The Art & Crafts of Veneer and Marquetry
The Woodworkers Guild of Georgia


Christian Becksvoort

Jan 17 – March 15, 2014: The Inspired Hand VI
Atrium Gallery, U of Southern Maine – Maine

June 28 – 29, 2014: Build a Shaker Bench
Lie-Nielsen Tool Works – Maine

July 11 – 12, 2014: Lie-Nielsen Open House
Lie-Nielsen Tool Works – Maine


Asa Christiana

 
Michael Fortune

March 31 – April 4, 2014: Bow Front Chest
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

April 4 – 6, 2014: Turned and Twisted (also w/ Alan Lacer)
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

April 21 – 25, 2014: Jigs and Fixtures
Rosewood Studio – Ontario, Canada

April 26 – 27, 2014: Waterfall Edges
Rosewood Studio – Ontario, Canada

April 28 – May 2, 2014: Developing the Idea
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

May 3, 2014: Making a Living as an Artist, Designer, and Furnituremaker
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Aug 18 – 29, 2014: Apprenticeship
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Aug 23, 2014: Photographing Your Work
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Sept 22 – 26, 2014: Mastering the Curve: Bending, Joinery and Shaping Wood
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Sept 27, 2014: Getting the Most from your Bandsaw
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Oct 13 – 17, 2014: It's All in the Details
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Oct 18 – 19, 2014: Making Straight and Curved Waterfall Edges
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana


Chris Gochnour

June 9 - 13, 2014: Traditional Woodworking
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

June 14 - 15, 2014: Parent/Child Making a Skateboard/Longboard
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

Sept 15 - 19, 2014: Curved Front Writing Desk
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

Sept 20 - 21, 2014: Hand Tool Tune Up
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana


Garrett Hack

March 29 – 30, 2014: Four Exquisite Edges
Northeastern Woodworkers Association Showcase – New York

April 10 – 12, 2014: Class
Northeastern Woodworkers Association – New York

April 18 – 20, 2014: Presentation and weekend class
Triangle Woodworkers Association - North Carolina

April 28 – May 4, 2014: Demilune Table
Rosewood Studio – Ontario, Canada

June 29 – 30, 2014: Surfaces, Edges, and Details
Lie-Nielsen Tool Works – Maine

Aug 9 – 10, 2014: Inlay and Furniture Details
Lie-Nielsen Tool Works – Maine

Aug 11 – 22, 2014: Cabinets and Case Pieces
Center for Furniture Craftsmanship – Maine

Sept 1 – 5, 2014: Precision with Hand Tools
Port Townsend School of Woodworking – Washington

Sept 8 – 12, 2014: Cabinet Curiosities
Port Townsend School of Woodworking – Washington

Oct 14, 2014: Taming Figured Wood
DICTUM – Metten, Germany

Oct 15 – 18, 2014: Drawer Construction and Fitting
DICTUM – Metten, Germany

Oct 19, 20, 2014: From Design to Construction
DICTUM – Metten, Germany

Oct 27 – Nov 1, 2014: Boxes with Pizazz
Culturalegno – Milan, Italy

 

Roland Johnson


Feb 7-9, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Illinois

Feb 21-23, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

Feb 28-March 2, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Missouri

March 7-9, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Georgia

March 14-16, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Wisconsin

March 21-23, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Florida

March 28-30, 2014: Hand planes, Routers, Doors, and more
The Woodworking Shows – Texas



Matt Kenney

Feb 22 – 23, 2014: 7 Tips for beautiful Boxes
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

Feb 22 – 23, 2014: Essential Workbench Jigs
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

June 27 – July 1, 2014: Build a Small Wall Cabinet
Peters Valley School of Craft – New Jersey



Steve Latta

Feb 15 – 16, 2014: Making Complex Bandings II
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

March 29 – 30, 2014: Elegant Glass Doors
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

May 17 - 18, 2014: Elegant Glass Doors
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

May 19 - 23 Decorative Details
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

June 13 - 14, 2014: Sociey of American Period Furniture Makers  Mid-Year Conference
Old Sturbridge Village - Massachusetts

July 12 - 13, 2014: Contemporary Inlay
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

July 14 - 20, 2014: Make a Demi-lune Card Table
The Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana

Aug 4 – 9, 2014: Decorative Details
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

 
Philip Lowe

Ongoing Classes
Furniture Institutue of Massachusetts



Jeff Miller

Ongoing Classes
J. Miller Handcraftred Furniture - Illinois

May 9 – 11, 2014: Building a Stool
Wortheffort Woodworking School – Texas

May 19 – 23, 2014:Build a Nightstand
Port Townsend School of Woodworking – Washington

June 6 – 8, and 13-15, 2014: Build a Roubo-style workbench (FWW # 230)
J. Miller Handcrafted Furniture – Illinois

July 26 – 27, 2014: Hand Tool Joinery
Lie-Nielsen Tool Works – Maine

Sept 29 – Oct 3, 2014: The Foundations of Better Woodworking
Marc Adams School of Woodworking - Indiana



Gregory Paolini 

Ongoing Classes
Gregory Paolini Design - North Carolina


Michael Pekovich

Feb 22 – 23, 2014: Hone Your Hand Tools Skills
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

Feb 22 – 23, 2014: Get Your Hand Tools Sharp
The Woodworking Shows – New Jersey

March 22 -23, 2014: Think and Build Outside the Box
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

April 5 – 6, May 17 – 18, 2014: Build a Tansu Style Jewelry Case
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

June 23 – 28, 2014: Build and Arts & Crafts Entry Table
Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking – Connecticut

July 21 – 25, 2014: Fine Cabinetmaking
Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

July 26, 2014: Essential Bench Jigs
Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana



Mario Rodriguez

Ongoing Classes
Philadelphia Furniture Workshop – Pennsylvania



Doug Stowe

July 7 – 11, 2014: Woodworking with Hand Tools
Eureka Springs School of the Arts - Arkansas

July 28 – Aug 1, 2014: Simply Beautiful Boxes
Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana

Aug 2 – 3, 2014: Small Decorative Cabinets
Marc Adams School of Woodworking – Indiana



 



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Comments (51)

sixriversguides sixriversguides writes: Went to the ww show in Sacramento, Nov last year. Is there one scheduled for this year?
Posted: 1:51 pm on February 18th

Xenis Xenis writes: I have to second a West coast event.
Posted: 6:02 pm on February 5th

gochay gochay writes: All this fussing about not having anything nearby to go to! I have never seen anything within 6-8 hours of New Orleans. Maybe Atlanta, but how often can one afford a 3 day trip?
Posted: 4:41 pm on September 14th

bbrozo bbrozo writes: What, no left coast? 'nuff said...
Posted: 10:45 am on September 14th

prov163 prov163 writes: Wow. I'm a bit disappointed in the reaction here. Instead of everyone on the West Coast and Southwest being so upset about the issue, why not make the best of your situation? I live about an hour from Atlanta so the yearly "Woodworking Show" is my best opportunity to see Rollie Johnson, Jim Heavey, and some of the other guys. HOWEVER, there is Highland Woodworking (Chris Schwartz was there a couple of weekends ago), Rockler, and Woodcraft all within 1-2 hours and they have classes, demos, etc with great woodworkers. And these are folks who live locally and are available for questions, other classes, advice, and even one-on-one mentoring. I love FWW magazine, and I learn a lot from their experts through the magazine and on their website. I can study with any of them by using my iPad in the shop, and working side by side with them on a project through their videos. I can replay any section as often as I need or want. I can pause without missing anything. I can practice the technique, and if it doesn't work out, go back and see what I did wrong by watching again. As we all know, for the most part, once you understand the basics of the technique, the rest is just practice, practice, practice. I made jewelry boxes for my granddaughters with Mike Pekovich - through FWW videos. I learned a router technique to use on another build from watching Greg Paolini on FWW's site. I have made some beautiful picture frames using an idea I got from watching Steve Ramsey (yeah, Steve Ramsey). I live near one of the biggest cities in the country and still have to "fill in the blanks." I hope to study at Greg's shop or Marc's studio someday in the future. In the meantime, I bought a used iPad just for my shop for $150 (less than motel for three days) and learn from everyone who has video. Jim Heavey constantly says, "I'm not a better woodworker than any of you - I just do more of it." I'm just trying to do more of it!
Posted: 2:26 pm on February 16th

Sharkooo Sharkooo writes: San Diego, California
I was so excited to find my event. Didn't realize just how East coast you were. Perhaps FWW is growing in popularity and were seeing the signs.

I could easily see WCFWW -West Coast FWW Mag being a huge success.
Posted: 9:24 am on February 16th

Geedubs Geedubs writes: I live in the Northwest (specifically, Oregon) and have discovered that the NW appears to be the 'lost territory' when it comes to woodworking shows.

Consideration of the MANY woodworkers in the Northwest would be appreciated when scheduling shows.
Posted: 8:39 am on February 16th

peter28 peter28 writes: To professorss;
Teaching at Marc Adams because you have more "draw" than expertise is exceedingly naive. There's no other way to put it. I count myself lucky to have been invited to teach for him. Marc is very particular with his selection and it is without question based on your expertise. Your'e right; these services are not free. Rest assured we (teachers) work very hard and earn every cent of it.

I've been fortunate enough to meet many of the people on this list and am always in awe of their knowledge and skills.

Having said that I know many highly skilled woodworkers.I only know a handful that can successfully write, organize, and teach a finely tuned class.
Peter Gedrys
Posted: 11:20 pm on February 13th

professorss professorss writes: This discussion is rather trivial. Why don't we just shelve the topic? jdmaher has it right: ADVERTISING. Giving a free plug to Phil Lowe's & Jeff Miller's ongoing classes is not relevant to the road show listing. Note also the large number of listings for the Marc Adams school. It's commendable that these editors are invited more for their draw than for their expertise - and their services are not free. It is naive to think otherwise.
Let's expand on the last. Classes are very expensive. I live within 50 miles of Phil Lowe's workshop. However, rush hour traffic precludes the possibility of commuting for anything but one-day sessions. It doesn't take much imagination to realize that the high cost of tuition is compounded by the high cost of food and lodging. It is of course the same for all instruction away from home. What's the point? Most woodworkers can't afford these lessons.
FWW's entry into the annual woodworker's koffee klatsch weekend arena is a case in point, and it wasn't that nexpensive. The response was good, but hardly overwhelming. Nobody had to be turned away because of a massive rush for tickets. I would have gone but decided that I'd rather buy a good toll than spend the money on accommodations.
If you have read this far, I thank you. Only one comment remains. It would be wonderful if these sessions were made available digitally, but let's not get carried away. We should expect to pay for them just like the attendees. I leave the choice of format - live feed, DVD or download, buy or rent - to the publisher. That I can afford.
Posted: 5:56 am on February 9th

Glenn Bradley Glenn Bradley writes: I agree that the appearance that there is no left coast to this country is disturbing. Of course, I'm a native son of native son of a . . . well, you get the idea; and I like to pretend its not here sometimes too ;-).

Seriously though to those with the sour-grapes posts; the verbiage states "where Fine Woodworking frequent contributors . . . are teaching or attending events". It doesn't say anything about freebies or that they don't teach in schools.

All that being said; come out west. We have sunshine and cookies.
Posted: 4:10 pm on January 12th

jays520 jays520 writes: Since Fine Woodworking can't go everywhere, how about they take videos of the classes and posted them for free downloads? That might help for those of us who can't make it to a class in person.

Posted: 5:02 am on January 12th

peter28 peter28 writes:
Robert, I don't believe there is a disconnect to the west coast. Remember the line "If you build it they will come"?
I'd be happy to come to your area, there just hasn't been any invitations.I'm sure I'm not alone in that sentiment either. If the interest is there, it just needs a little cultivation.
Peter Gedrys
Posted: 12:12 pm on November 7th

robertwf robertwf writes: looks like we have a disconnect here between the staff of FWW and its readers. Readers desire for wodworking classes in different areas besides the east coast and the midwest. i wonder what it will take to make the powers that be to see it is in their own best interest to hold these classes as requested
Posted: 11:57 pm on November 6th

Badflys Badflys writes: I'm in agreement with the rest... Manifest Destiny was realized in the last century, cross the Mississippi and come out west.

Colorado woodworker

Posted: 9:42 pm on September 6th

MichaelEM MichaelEM writes: Hi FWW Editors How about coming to the Great South West? We just moved to Las Cruces NM and need the FWW Traveling Authors and Editors to come out here and enjoy the great Mexican Food and Las Cruces Hospitality. Indiana is alright, but you should come down here to Las Cruces NM!
Posted: 2:23 pm on June 2nd

robertwf robertwf writes: I agree with MNAC Woodworks Get your butts to the Pacific Northwest.
Posted: 10:36 am on June 2nd

MKenney MKenney writes: I see that many of you live in areas where none of us are teaching or making appearances. In a way, I'm glad that you're upset. It means you want us to come out your way! But I'm bummed, too. I wish I could come out West, or Southwest, or Midwest to teach. I'm sure the other folks listed here do too. But it's not entirely up to us. Basically, we show up where we're invited. If you'd like one of our authors to come to your area, the best thing you can do is call your local school or club and tell them you'd like Garrett, Michael, Peter, Teri, or Jeff to teach there or come out for a visit.
Posted: 9:31 am on June 1st

Leon60 Leon60 writes: Hey, I never realized that Fine Woodworking was dedicated to East coast woodworkers, I guess that leave all of us who live out in middle of the country out in the cold. Oh, well, perhaps you'll consider coming to Kansas, Texas, Colorado or somewhere like that??
Posted: 11:43 am on May 6th

thedude50 thedude50 writes: Yes I must agree it is bad enough we have to pay two to 5 times as much for the wood we buy but we should at least be able to have you guys show up on a couple of west coast locations.
Posted: 5:19 am on May 6th

ncbuckmaster ncbuckmaster writes: wow, it looks as if fine wood working is just in east or central US !!Too bad the rest of us don't do good work fer the great pages of Fine Woodworking! I understand that someone like me wont find a show near by but come on guys, Denver, Saltlake so on and so. I have to drive 180 miles round trip to the nearest walmart but I would drive 3 to 4 hundred mile to a show.

charlie
Posted: 7:26 pm on May 5th

REH REH writes: Woodworking is alive and well in New Mexico!!! You should come visit sometime!
Posted: 7:04 pm on May 2nd

threeglasses threeglasses writes: Looks like a really great class/event list!

I guess it is too much to ask for a Boise event? I have two spare rooms at my house for hosts or instructors and I will include meals for a free pass.


Posted: 10:45 am on May 2nd

jacko9 jacko9 writes: Fine Woodworking can go as far as Germany but, no presence in California? Come on folks even NASCAR comes to California a few times a year!
Posted: 9:29 pm on March 10th

Gerry4 Gerry4 writes: Would like to attend the classes, but a bit too far from Arizona. How about us pining (pun intended) woodworkers in the western and southwestern states??????
Posted: 2:30 pm on January 7th

skipperdog skipperdog writes: Love FWW Magazine and WEB site. Great idea to get your staff on the road and share their experience and knowledge. However, it appears of the 50 plus appearances, only one is West of the Miss. River. Do you guys have something against the western states?
Posted: 6:48 pm on December 26th

BetsyE BetsyE writes: For a list of woodworking events (not necessarily attended by FWW contributors) see this list: http://www.finewoodworking.com/SkillsAndTechniques/SkillsAndTechniquesArticle.aspx?id=28167

Posted: 8:43 am on December 22nd

jdmaher jdmaher writes: About 65% of the "events" are regular classes at woodworking schools, so this should probably be clearly marked "Advertisement".

Another 19% are The Woodworking Shows - sort of an "event".

Only 9 of the 57 are what I consider true "woodworking events".

Maybe the whole thing should be titled "Schools You Should Spend Money At - and a Few Woodworking Events".

Hard to believe there are so few events. Maybe you should try to find more.
Posted: 4:53 pm on December 21st

woodheat woodheat writes: Roland Johnson will be teaching a week-long finishing class at The Northwest Woodworking Studio in Portland in September 2012 (exact dates not set yet).
Posted: 4:44 pm on December 21st

jimatGVP jimatGVP writes: Looking for a CAD program to use on my new MAC, it appears Sketchup is the one most used. Any others to look at?
Posted: 4:28 pm on December 21st

Dean7 Dean7 writes: BetsyE said: “…most of our Contributing Editors are from the East Coast.”

Fine Woodworking should retain more “Contributing Editors” who live in a more uniformly distributed pattern across the U.S., from the West Coast through central America. It sounds like the East coast is already well represented.


Posted: 3:14 pm on November 29th

MacGregorWoodWorks MacGregorWoodWorks writes: Hey guys, don't be intimidated by our superior woodworking skills out here on the west coast. We are always willing to share our knowledge to help you become better woodworkers.
Posted: 11:59 pm on November 28th

FineWoodworkingEditors FineWoodworkingEditors writes: Thanks for the heads-up. I've fixed the links.
Posted: 10:12 am on November 7th

Ron Alley Ron Alley writes:
Check your links. I get page not found for many.
Posted: 1:02 pm on November 6th

Evan38 Evan38 writes: Hope I have the right area to post this. Just read the article on the outcome of the "Saw Stop" suit. In my humble opinion is that "JUST WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH OUR COURT SYSTEM?" (sorry for yelling but I am so pi--ed right now I could spit. First, shame on this guy's employer for not training him in the proper use of a table saw. Secondly, shame on the employer for not properly supervising this person. Thirdly, shame on the courts for even letting this case come to trial for the stupidity on this person to try to rip a board without using the fence. I have been woodworking since 1950, when I learned a valuable lesson from my father. I was helping him cut about 500 pieces for a project on our old 10" Delta. Well needless to say he lost his concentration and cut the end of his right thumb off. He told me as he was looking for his severed thumb, never take your eyes away from the saw. I still have all 10 digits. Sorry but I'm still pi--ed at the outcome. One old safe woodworker.
Posted: 4:04 am on October 8th

jross56922 jross56922 writes: Sorry about the double post, must have done a double punch?
Posted: 6:24 pm on September 3rd

jross56922 jross56922 writes: I would love to attend an event, however it does not look like you will have anything closer than a day's drive from where I live, that means motel and gas @ this price? Sorry not going to happen. I know you can only be at so many places but it is always the same, several places in the NE, SE, MW, and sometimes the WC, that leaves most of us between without. I am talking Rocky MT states. I am not complaining I love your mag and website, the info is very good and I thank you. Maybe someday you will plan on us in-between? Until then, I will continue with the internet. Good luck at the shows, thanks, jr
Posted: 6:22 pm on September 3rd

jross56922 jross56922 writes: I would love to attend an event, however it does not look like you will have anything closer than a day's drive from where I live, that means motel and gas @ this price? Sorry not going to happen. I know you can only be at so many places but it is always the same, sever places in the NE, SE, MW, and sometimes the WC, that leaves most of us between without. I am talking Rocky MT states. I am not complaining I love your mag and website, the info is very good and I thank you. Maybe someday you will plan on us in-between? Until then, I will continue with the internet. Good luck at the shows, thanks, jr
Posted: 6:14 pm on September 3rd

jareed jareed writes: Wow, I didn't realize I live in such a vacuum here in northern Wisconsin or are we just a little disconnected from the more populated areas in the USA (thats actually the way I like it.) Actually we have some great resources in the upper midwest, check out the North House Folk School website@ www.northhouse.org . The school is located on the North Shore of Lake Superior in Grand Marias, MN. It's a beautiful area to mix a vacation and a class, they have such diverse set of offerings that both you and your spouse could take a course in the same or different venue.
Posted: 8:31 am on June 11th

BiscuitBunny BiscuitBunny writes: Good one, Ralph Barker! Ok, how many of us actually went back up and scrolled the list looking for the misspelling of New Mexico? Ok, how many of us scrolled through it twice? Did we then ask ourselves how small-minded we are, that we have to find the error and gloat over it? I wish you could have heard my embarrassed chuckling.
Posted: 2:58 pm on June 1st

David_Heim David_Heim writes: To Sadie170:
Check the Northwest Woodworking Studio, in Portland. Longtime FWW contributor Gary Rogowski runs the joint. It's a cool place in a cool city.
Posted: 10:40 am on June 1st

BetsyE BetsyE writes: Carpentarius:
I don't know if Maine has a larger percentage of woodworkers or not, but I do know that most of our Contributing Editors are from the East Coast. They are doing these events and classes on their own time and maybe they like to stay closer to home.
Posted: 10:19 am on June 1st

carpentarius carpentarius writes: With Maine being the 41st state in population and over a forth of your outings being there, does this reflect your readership balance? If so, Maine must have a lot of woodworkers.
Posted: 10:13 am on May 31st

sadie170 sadie170 writes: Still looking for classes on the west coast.
Posted: 11:28 pm on May 28th

a_e_b a_e_b writes: We have a large, fantastic hardwood shop in my area, really nice domestic and exotic woods. Something's keeping them in business. I'm surprised there isn't more interest for classes in the Chicago or Minneapolis area.


Posted: 3:30 am on May 28th

RalphBarker RalphBarker writes: Gee, you seem to have misspelled "New Mexico" all through the list. ;-)

Posted: 11:15 am on May 8th

saschafer saschafer writes:
Now that's impressive: All you have to do is post a photo of a bald guy, and you get a bot-generated comment that's an ad for scalp treatment. That's some pretty fancy image processing software...

-Steve

Posted: 8:16 am on April 21st

BobSawdust BobSawdust writes: Hey we have some really good wine to go with our whine out here on the correct coast. California has some great spots for FWW shows. Looking forward to seeing you soon.
Posted: 10:40 am on April 19th

Speclt Speclt writes: You might want to stop by the Dallas/Fort Worth area on your way down to Houston.
Posted: 6:32 pm on March 15th

MacGregorWoodWorks MacGregorWoodWorks writes: Yeah, what's up? Don't be afraid to venture out to the wild west. We won't bite.
Posted: 6:23 pm on March 14th

BetsyE BetsyE writes: So far all I know about is Garrett Hack teaching in Washington state in Sept. Check back monthly for updates.
Posted: 9:17 am on February 17th

geneas geneas writes: Where are the classes on the west coast?
Posted: 10:05 am on February 15th

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