About Totally Turning

Totally Turning for 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak!

NY State Governor Cuomo announced that there will be no gatherings greater than 500 people within NY State as of 5pm March 12th. This means the event is cancelled for 2020.


The Adirondack Woodturners Association


Totally Turning 2020

Saturday & Sunday
March 28 & 29

Saratoga Springs City Center, Saratoga Springs, NY

Our featured presenters are:

Rick Angus | Michael Blankenship | Louis Boucher
Brad Dinwiddle | Kurt Hertzog | Art Liestman
Rudolph Lopez | Paul Petrie | Derek Weidman
Hans Weissflog

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About Totally Turning

The AWA (Adirondack Woodturners Association) is a Special Interest Group (woodturning) of the Northeastern Woodworkers Association (NWA). The NWA has presented a woodworking show titled SHOWCASE in Saratoga Springs, New York for the past 28 years. SHOWCASE draws about 4,000 woodworking attendees. It provides an Instant Gallery of roughly 500 pieces of fine woodworking including woodturning, presents continuous classes on woodworking, offers about 70 woodworking vendors (including many related to woodturning), and displays continuous demonstrations of woodturning, woodcarving, scrollsawing, and lumbering. Door prizes, raffles, and many give-aways make it an exciting two days of woodworking.

The Adirondack Woodturners Association will present Totally Turning in the same location as SHOWCASE. Every Totally Turning registrant will have full access to BOTH the woodturning rotations of Totally Turning and to all of SHOWCASE. Instant Gallery pieces brought by Totally Turning registrants will be viewed by about 4,000 visitors.

With Totally Turning in the Saratoga Springs City Center, the event has a bigger Instant Gallery, a much larger vendors area, a host hotel attached to the site, and many convenient places to eat. Springtime in Saratoga Springs is wonderful. Totally Turning and Showcase will be held concurrently at the Saratoga Springs City Center and the adjoining Saratoga Hilton Hotel.