Woodworking competitions, where talented woodworkers display their creations and compete for prizes. It's a great opportunity to learn from the experts, network with other woodworkers, and discover new techniques and materials.
Greg CollettVisitor Old- retired - pretty happy! at Bubba'sToronto, Canada
1 06 Nov 2023
Karl DouglasVisitor Private Individual at Karl DouglasLondon, Canada
The event space was too small, aisles were too narrow which made it difficult to navigate and especially difficult to get to vendors booth. Mostly geared towards vendors with heavy wood working equipment and power tools, limited vendors for small critters, carvers and intarsia / scroll saw hobbyists. Seminars on different levels which made it a challenge to get to. Wood carvings on the upper level was good space, but no signage to get, just a sign stating more on upper level. Entrance fee was too much for number of exhibitors and seminars. Poor venue with limited signage in the Town. Ancaster Fairgrounds is a much better venue for this with great parking and exhibit space and easier to get too.
5 11 Nov 2019
Bob WhiteVisitor Craft Artisan at Sandpiper WoodworkingHaliburton, Canada
Very impressed with Lee Valley and Stockroom Supply. Made several purchased in several booths. Learned some techniques. Will attend again.
5 08 Mar 2018
Keith RobinsonVisitor Retired at Golden Horseshoe Woodturners GuildHamilton, Canada
It was a good show. Attendance was very good for Fri and Sat. Sunday was quieter. Not as many vendors as last year. Not as many “show sales” this year. But I had a good time.