+Northeastern Woodworkers Association is not for profit organization based in New York, United States. Eight founding members established the organization in the year 1991. Some of the founding members of the association are Milan Fiske, Herm Finkbeiner, Dale Brown, Dan Staver and David Bobley. NWA is the acronym used for the organization. NWA is a forum for the promotion of the skill of woodwork. The organization hosts many creative events where ingenious products of the indigenous artisans are
... Show Moredisplayed. The 22nd Annual Fine Woodworking Show will be hosted by the organization in the month of March 2013. A large number of visitors attend the show to witness the finest wood works ranging from toys to show piece, wooden furniture, toys, miniatures and many other products. Expert artisans will be present to demonstrate before the visitors the techniques used to produce the artifacts. Show Less
The only reason I didn't give a 5 stare is because of no scrollsaw crafters being at the show and the show was a lot smaller than what I had been told it was before. Some of the vendors did explain that there was fewer vendors because of covid and they still wasn't sure about wanting to be around so many people and I can understand that. Even though my main reason to go was because of the scrollsaw art I did find it to be a good time. All of the vendors were extremely friendly and very helpful. My son has fallen in love with the lathe once again because of a man there showing him how to do a few different things. That is what made me fall in love with woodworking is everyone seems to be willing to share their knowledge with others. We will be back next year and who knows maybe someday either one of my kids or myself might be a participant in the show. Thank you for doing all that you do for a great show and hope y'all will be safe and have a great year until we see you again 😀
I was disappointed with the vendor room. Only about 1/2 the participation as 2018’s show. Also, there were considerably less projects to view. Plus the added $5 wasn’t worth it. I drove 4-1/2 hours from home to participate. The best part was the presentation of the one board bowl. The presenter was outstanding! I hope next years show is better than this one or it will be my last.
I enjoyed the show but was surprised by the lack of companies like delta, tormek, foredom, lancelot and others. Classes lacked a little too. Hoped to see one on carving, turning or tool refurbishing. But still a good show