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  • 10/30-11/1 9a-6p

Fall Festival Classes

Hone your skills

w/ George

 

Come to our Fall Woodworking Festival and learn from one of the best woodworkers around. Sharpen your skills, expand your knowledge and master the craft!

 

Sign up for George Vondriska's Classes:

Turn a Travel Mug here

Advanced Table Saw Techniques here

&

Cabinet Making Basics here

Fall Festival

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BIG SAVINGS!!!

 

Heirloom Tools

Lie-Nielsen Roadshow

10/31-11/1

 9 am-6 pm 

 

 

We at the CU Woodshop value quality and Lie-Nielsen embodies that in every tool thay make. Lie-Nielsen Toolworks makes hand tools in Maine, using local foundries for the casting and local sawyers for the wood. They make tools that aren't just for you, but for your children and your children's children.

 

Come to the Lie-Nielsen Roadshow event on Friday 10/31 and Saturday 11/1 to find out why they are the best at what they do.

 

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