So we went around the table talking about what went poorly and what went well. The thinking here is that we want to keep the latter and fix or dump the former. Did we want to have another Woodworks? Yes. Not only was it a yes, but we also shortened the wait; we had thought maybe another in a couple of years, but we left the table aiming for 18 months instead. So that's where we are now. Everyone is keen on having another Woodworks, and the proposed date, subject to how things go with our partner organizations, will be the Spring of 2016.
Yeah, I know. I can't wait either. If you would like a diversion in the interim, take a look at the Woodworks 2014 page to see a slide show of some photos taken by Eduardo Miranda at the first installment of Woodworks. Or maybe you have a good idea about something that might be done better next time around? Then visit our Suggestion Box.
Update: April 1st, 2016 (for real, notwithstanding the date) Since there are only a few months to go, we removed the suggestion box as there is not enough time to consider big changes. Now we were 91% certain of a Spring 2016 show a year and a half ago until we figured out that it was impossible. For solid reasons the date became the last full weekend in September, the weekend after Woodworking in America.