Get Woodworking Week 2013

Last year, it was just a simple idea. With shop classes taken out of schools and the profusion of uber-cheap particleboard furniture designed to be tossed in a few years, the number of woodworkers out there is shrinking. Why not hold an event that encourages potential woodworkers to get off their butts and take the leap?

That’s exactly what we did last February during Get Woodworking Week. During this weeklong event in 2012, nearly 50 articles were written by woodworking bloggers around the country –  and the world. And, it was awesome.

Get Woodworking Week 2013

Well, this year, we’re doing it again. Get Woodworking Week is scheduled for February 3 – 9, and I am looking forward to this. This year, I am  looking forward to the articles on woodworking blogs. I am looking forward to getting additional promotional support from some big names in woodworking. I am looking forward to trying to line up a few goodies for budding woodworkers to win so they can help develop their skills.

And, most importantly, I am looking forward to nudging a few people who may be sitting on the fence to try their hand at our interesting, ever challenging and totally rewarding craft. After all, if we don’t reach out to future woodworkers, who will?

Stay tuned as we get ready to get this event underway!


4 replies on “Get Woodworking Week 2013”

  1. I look forward to writing about this and help get the word out.

  2. This is just a great idea. Thanks for the information and the heads up. Can we use your Get Woodworking Week logo on our blog as well?

  3. Tom says:

    But of course! Feel free to use it on any and all posts you write during the week!

  4. Eric R says:

    This stirred up a lot of interest last year, and I hope it does the same this year !
    Thank Tom !

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