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Woodworking Expert Spike Carlsen at River Falls Library
WHY KIDS ARE A LOT LIKE 2X4s
(And other thoughts about fatherhood and Father’s Day)
Thursday, May 30th, 7:00 pm, River Falls Library
River Falls, Wisconsin
In conjunction with Chapter2Books of Hudson
Join us Thursday May 30, 7pm at River Falls Library to welcome Spike Carlsen. Spike is a renowned but also local author and wood working expert. His latest book is
Building Unique and Useful Kids' Furniture: 24 Great Do-It-Yourself Projects
More details to come but you can count on a really fun project/ take away that night.
Spike Carlsen has been involved in the world of wood and woodworking for more than 40 years. The former executive editor of The Family Handyman magazine, Carlsen is the author of several books on woodworking, including Ridiculously Simple Furniture Projects, A Splintered History of Wood, The Backyard Homestead of Building Projects, and Cabin Lessons. He has also written hundreds of articles for magazines including American Woodworker, Old House Journal, and Popular Woodworking. Carlsen has five kids and eight grandkids--and has built tons of furniture and fun things over the years to amuse them (and himself). For more information visit www.spikecarlsen.com. He lives in Minnesota.