Toronto Woodworking Show

February 7, 2020

February 9, 2020


The International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga


Events Description

The Toronto Woodworking Show, Canada’s newest consumer woodworking show celebrates everything to do with wood for hobbyist and professionals.

The Toronto Woodworking Championship (TWC) takes place annually and is held in conjunction with the Toronto Woodworking Show.


Tickets :

General Admission: $15.00

Children (12 and under): FREE

Weekend Pass: $20.00

How to get tickets?

Buy Online


Date & Time:

Fri Feb 7 – Sun Feb 9 | 10:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Venue & Address :


The International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4V 1E8

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  1. Peter Haddrell

    This woodworking show has been absent from Toronto for some time. It’s nice to see it back, in addition to Hamilton and of course Woodstock.
    Entry fee of $15 bucks is pretty much standard, but for that I would expect several things. 1, more display booths and certainly more vendors. The vendors in this ‘small’ venue were lacking in on hand merchandise for sale.
    I realize they cannot have everything at the location but at least have smaller items ready for sale. The Busy Bee tool area had several more large machines on display but very few smaller easy to buy and carry items like clamps, rulers, dust fittings to name a few. I’m sure more people would be in the market for smaller items rather than large shop machines.
    A big disappointment was the Kreg booth. I have been a fan for many years and own many items, but there is always room for something else. Again, very little in the way of easy to buy and carry items such as set up bars, router plates, insert rings, face and bench clamps.
    2. The seminars were few and far between as well. And a note to the people who set these areas up: Do Not have a display with a woodcarver next to an area where someone is trying to discuss hand planes or setting up a bandsaw. The presenter shouldn’t have to raise their voice over the carving across from them. Poor organization.
    To whomever is in charge of food and beverage services we need to improve here as well. Try to have more vendors like the beer nut booth and the ice cream on a stick booth, in addition to maybe a hot dog vendor.
    And to the Lee Valley booth, as always nice display but ensure you have sufficient Lee Valley bags and catalogs on hand to pass around.
    Overall somewhat lack lustre. There were a few deals to be had but for my money the Woodstock show is still the benchmark for woodworking shows.

    February 28, 2019 at 2:35 PM

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