Some of you have asked for workshop dates for the New Legacy School in the USA and I am glad to see such interest. We are working on the schedule so that you can plan your calendar. We will be holding the first two foundational workshops in April 2012, but we cannot give the exact dates for another two weeks. If you would like to be notified of the dates to ensure your place please let us know by email and we will put you on that notification list.

I will be demonstrating at four shows for The Woodworking Shows in January and February 2012. Here are the dates:

 

6-8 January 2012—Baltimore Maryland

15-18 January 2012—Springfield Massachusetts

24-26 February—Somerset New Jersey

2-4 March—Fredericksburg Virginia.

If you are in those areas or visiting one of the shows I would like to meet you there.

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