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  Setting the Stage  

w/ Ken Egan



10 am-11 am


We are very happy to have Ken come in to the Woodshop. Ken will speak to us about stagecraft and the various skills, woodworking and otherwise, that are necessary to create the illusions that bring theatre to life.


Ken and his associates at the University of Illinois have worked to bring the visions of playwrights to life and allow actors to take their audiences on incredible journeys. This is a seminar that you shouldn't miss!

New to CU!






The Kreg Foreman is IN!!


Come in today to learn about this great tool and how you can use it in your home shop, business or on the job site.


Only $399!

Same Quality, Less $



Our new pricing on Bessey clamps is the same or BETTER than Amazon!!


You will not find better prices locally on the best selection of Bessey clamps in Central Illinois!!

What's New

Jim Meadows talks with Tim Yoder, the former host of PBS Create’s “Woodworking Workshop with Tim Yoder,” and Mike Van Pelt of the CU Woodshop. Just click PLAY to listen online!



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