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joe mohnike
Find out if there is a woodworking club in your area and see if you can attend their meetings. There will always be someone who will be willing to help you learn. There are a lot of books aimed at different skill levels that you can take advantage of as well magazines. Night schools are ok, but the problem I have found with them is they teach based on the tools and equipment they have, good for learning about the tools for future purchases, but you should learn about the tools you do have or the ones you are going to purchase in the near future. Just my 2 cents worth.

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