See You in Chicago!

You heard it here first — my advancing career on stage (well, maybe not an actual stage) and screen (the really small ones you find on the Internet) will take a huge step forward this Friday. I will be teaching and demonstrating some woodworking techniques at the Craftsman Experience, right in downtown Chicago (map and location, click here) on November 12th and 13th.

As a person who has been fond of every camera and crowd I have ever gone in front of (no, I am not a politician; there is not much call for the Quirky Woodworking Party), I am really looking forward to this event. And, of course, I am inviting any of you who live in the Chicagoland area to come on down to see me.

(Important Note: It is not required that you inform your spouse that there will be tools and woodworking supplies for sale at the same location … if I were you, I’d consider it merely a fortunate coincidence!)

For those who don’t live close to Chi-town, there will be video taken of my demos, so don’t feel like you must stop and buy a last-minute ticket to the Windy City.

So, Chicago, here I come — It should be a lot of fun, and I do really hope to see you there.

Rob Johnstone
Editor in Chief
Woodworker’s Journal

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About Rob Johnstone

Rob Johnstone has been part of Woodworker's Journal's since 1997, becoming editor of the print magazine in 1998 and editor in chief in 2007. He began woodworking at age 13 in his family-owned cabinet shop and, as an adult, trained to become an accomplished luthier. He eventually opened his own cabinetry and custom fine woodworking business. Rob has brought many of the most well-known authors in woodworking to the Journal's pages and introduced Woodworker's Journal Online Survey. When, in his free time, Rob isn't woodworking, he enjoys hunting for sharp-tailed grouse with his bird dog, playing music and/or listening to his son's rock band and cooking on his high-tech stove.

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