February 27, 28 | March 1, 2015
Fri 11-5, Sat & Sun 10-5
Whether whittling a branch with a knife or using intricate tools, many Canadians use Woodworking as a form of relaxation, with the added bonus of creating something useful and/or beautiful. The Hamilton Wood Show, Canada’s largest consumer woodworking show celebrates everything to do with wood for hobbyist and professionals at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. The Show returns for its 20h year from February 27th to March 1st, 2015.
No matter what level of experience or interest in woodworking, visitors to the Hamilton Wood Show can check out the latest hand tools, power tools, design trends, finishes and wood kits. New to this year’s Hamilton Wood Show is the kid’s Make & Take Skateboard Workshops from Motis. With the price of a kit, Motis provides a workshop that lets kids build and create their skateboard using Motis’ tools. Workshops help children develop ‘tactile know-how’, lets kids prove to themselves that they can do it and help to boost their confidence.
Special guest Rob Cosman, “Your Hand Tool Coach,” returns to demonstrate woodworking techniques with hand tools and R & D Bandsaw offers seminars on bandsaw techniques. Click here for a full list of seminars.
Visitors to the Hamilton Wood Show can also check out the warplanes in the museum for no addition cost. The Canadian Woodcarving Championship runs throughout the three days of the Hamilton Wood Show with professional to novice levels in a variety of categories. Click here for more information.
You can purchase TICKETS Online or at the Museum.
Jan. 9 Draw
- Facebook: Lorraine Pinsent Preston
- Website: Bob Tydd
Jan. 23 Draw
- Facebook: Danielle Patterson
- Website: Steve Legg
Jan. 30 Draw
- Facebook: Devra Charney
- Website: John Nelson
Feb. 6 Draw
- Facebook: Blair Groves
- Website: Don Lancaster
Feb. 13 Draw
- Facebook: Sherrie Wilds (Sherrie Colonna)
- Website: George Gray
Purium Health Products
– 1 bottle of Purium Tart Cherry Concentrate – Anti-Aging, Organic
March of Dimes
The Sandpaper Family
– 1 Package (Sanding Sheets and Sanding Discs of various sizes and grits)
Timber Art CNC
– 2 Glass Tea Light holder and candles (made from a spalted curly maple tree cut in Burlington On (1996)