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Canada

 

Canada Wood Working East

When: September 26 & 27, 2014

Where: Olympic Stadium 4545 Rue Pierre De Coubertin, Montreal, QC H1V 3N7

Details:From forward-thinking educational seminars to an expansive exhibit floor and limitless networking opportunities with industry peers, Canada Woodworking East is the only show focused on Canada’s French and Bilingual secondary wood marketplace.

Canada Woodworking East will be co-located with InterSaw at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal September 26 & 27, 2014. Combined, the two shows are expected to attract some 250 exhibiting companies and over 5,000 tradeshow visitors. Tradeshow badges from either show will allow attendees to have admission to both events.

Contact: Mike Neeb, mneeb@mpltd.ca, 226-748-8772, 1-888-454-7469

Website: www.boec.ca



North Carolina

 

Woodworking In America

When: September 12 – 14, 2014

Where: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Website: www.WoodworkingInAmerica.com

Details: Woodworking in America has moved to a brand-new location in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, but it’s still bringing you the same unsurpassed woodworking education you’ve come to expect from America’s best and biggest woodworking show! And when you register before July 11, you’ll lock in the Early-Bird savings—REGISTER TODAY!

Experience the insight and instruction of renowned teachers like Frank Klausz, Peter Galbert, Patrick Edwards and Roy Underhill!

Plus, browse an unsurpassed selection of woodworking tools and supplies at the event’s Marketplace. You’ll find the biggest and best selection anywhere of hand tools, power tools and woodworking supplies.

NEW: Get the complete experience this year with the new 3-Day Full Conference Registration! Enjoy unlimited classes, a seat at Friday’s Keynote Breakfast, a Marketplace sneak preview Friday morning and full day of offsite activities on Sunday, exploring Winston-Salem’s rich woodworking history!


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