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    Due to Covid-19 all events in Ontario have been cancelled including the Wood Show in Toronto. It was a great event but this year it is going to go virtual.

    They will have a number of seminars and the ability to tour vendor sites. Not sure how it all works. It will be FREE but you can pay $9.95 CDN (7.50US) and get access to the seminars for the next year.

    Today it was announced that they will have a scroller - Lesley De Abaitua from Oak & Feather - doing a seminar each day on a project. Her website is https://oakandfeatherdecor.com/


    Here is a link to the seminar.

    https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=24...xrrGBB17ENptD1

    If you want to sign up see – https://woodshows.com




    PS: I have no affiliation with the show except I would like to see them continue.
    Don McFarland ​Member - Durham Woodworking Club http://www.durhamwoodworkingclub.com/

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