The Woodworking Shows -- seminars?


The Show is coming to pdx the weekend of Oct21-23.
I was looking through the list of demos and seminars and I see that Michael Fortune's giving a bandsaw seminar.
Has anyone ever been to one of these? (The seminars, not the show itself). Any comments on the usefulness/value? -- there's really very little information about the seminar on the website, so I have no idea what I'd expect.
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Some of the seminars are good if you can get lucky enough to have a good presenter, find a seat where you can see what he's doing, and find a position where the PA system is tolerable and understandable. I guess I'm running about one in three of attending these seminars where these basic requirements are at an acceptable level.
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I agree with what Charley said. Perhaps if you post a list of seminars you're thinking about attending the folks here could post some feedback. I've been to several and have been impressed by Ian Kirby.
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This one:
Bandsaws - The Most Versatile Tool in the Shop by Michael Fortune.
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