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16th Annual

Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking



Saturday, September 10th 

Come Celebrate CVSW as we celebrate our 16th year of great hands-on furniture making, woodturning, cabinetmaking, carving and more! 

Get in on the Fun

We will be demonstrating furniture making, woodturning, 

guitar building, inlay and more all day

More than 25 tables of antique tools for sale!!

Check out Lie Nielsen Handtools- 

The best handtools being made today!

Don’t miss our gallery of amazing student work!

 5 different antique Tool dealers
Check out the partial list of demonstrators/exhibitors:

CVSW Gallery of Student Work
Bob Van Dyke - School Director
Ben Barrett- Berkshire Veneer

Bill Rittner - custom made replacement knobs and totes for handplanes

Mike South- Luthier- Windjammer Instruments

Charlie Watson - demonstrating antique handplanes
Mickey Callahan - Founder of SAPFM- CVSW instructor
Will Neptune - CVSW Instructor
Mike Mascelli- Traditional Furniture Upholsterer
Isaac Smith- Blackburn Tools
Tom Jannke - Broken Screw extractors "Un Screw ums"
Greg Massicotte - Behlen / Mohawk Finishing supplies
Walt Scadden - Lead blacksmith on building of the Amistad - CVSW Instructor

Warren Blessing - Mystic WoodCarvers

Central Connecticut Woodturners

360 Woodworking- Chuck Bender and the "extraordinary" Glen Huey!
Parkerville Woodworking - Manchester Ct Hardwood lumber dealer
Catharine Kennedy - custom engraved tools
Matt Cianci- "The Saw Doctor"
Mike Pekovich - Fine Woodworking Magazine
Windsor Historical Society

Cape Forge Tools


Antique Tool Dealers:
Bob Garay - Vintage tools
Jim Taylor
Warren Charrette
Craig Jensen 
Dave Parkis
Joshua Clark- Hyper kitten Tools





Class Images

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All I can say is WOW!  Mike Mascelli is absolutely terrific!  

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I took the weekend woodturning class this weekend with Cory Anderson and just wanted to let you know how fabulous I thought he was.

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