Join us for Fine Woodworking Live at SCSU from August 8 - 11, 2013!

During this three-day event the experts from Fine Woodworking will bring the magazine to life through live demonstrations. With a maximum attendance of only 300, this conference offers you an intimate woodworking experience where you will learn from our experts and have the opportunity to meet fellow woodworkers with whom you can share experiences and knowledge. Your Conference pass gains you access to the welcome reception, all demonstrations, presentations, and electives.

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3-Day Conference Pass

Conference Pass* - Attendance is limited to 300 people total.

* Conference pass does not include Banquet ticket


Banquet Ticket

Banquet tickets - Attendance is limited to 280 people total.

Hosted by Fine Woodworking editor Asa Christiana, our Saturday evening banquet of good food, great company, and a memorable speaker has room for only 280 guests, so you'll want to buy your tickets soon.

Famed chairmaker Brian Boggs will be the keynote speaker. Boggs’ legendary ladderbacks are the only chairs Sam Maloof ever bought from another craftsman. Brian will lead an inspiring journey through his first forays into greenwood chairmaking, and his lifelong pursuit of woodworking perfection. This event will be held Saturday night from 6-9 pm at the Student Center and will include an open bar.


Conference & Banquet Combo



Friday 1-Day Pass

Fine Woodworking Live One-Day Pass: Friday, August 9, 2013.


Saturday 1-Day Pass

Fine Woodworking Live One-Day Pass: Saturday, August 10, 2013.

* Conference pass does not include Banquet ticket




TOUR TICKET - SOLD OUT - to be added to the waiting list please send an email to FWWevent@taunton.com

Furniture Tour at Yale Art Museum – Attendance is limited to 30 people total.

Museum experts and Fine Woodworking authors will lead a two-part tour of the public furniture exhibits at the Yale University Art Gallery plus the legendary Yale Furniture Study, a behind-the-scenes collection of priceless period furniture that the museum holds in storage. This one-of-a-kind experience will include lunch at a local restaurant.

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