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As Jason and Bob pointed out Vocational Schools, Technical Education Centers, and Store's are a good idea, also there are alot of good publications one can subscribe to. Mag's usually have projects that range in difficulty, and tool usage, as well as some tips and tricks. I subscribe to several. Also there are TV shows on PBS. you may want to check out some of the DVD's and VHS's avail from different sources(ie Rockler, as well as others).
My MIL used to enjoy working on her scroll saw and subscribed to this mag for a while. She built a number of the scroll saw projects but for the past few years she is not up to it any more (age is creeping up on us all).
Last edited by Bob D.; 07-03-2007, 05:18 PM.
Reason: fixed some typos
"It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006