Author Topic: Furniture Institute of Massachusetts Closing and Selling all the Tools  (Read 133 times)

briyon

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Just got an email from FIM that they are closing and selling all of their tools. Hopefully it is because Phil wanted to and was not forced to. I took several classes there and really enjoyed them and learned a lot. It's a sad day for woodworking. Again, I hope this was Phil's decision to retire and not something else.
Brian
Brian Harding
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Parttime/Hobbyist Woodworker (20 Years). Recently (last 6 years) concentrating on period furniture.

ttalma

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Unfortunately Phil has become ill and is not longer able to run the school. 
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briyon

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I am very sorry to hear that. I wish Phil all the best and a speedy recovery. Going to his school was a great experience. Amazing teacher and a very kind person.
Brian Harding
Atlanta,GA

Parttime/Hobbyist Woodworker (20 Years). Recently (last 6 years) concentrating on period furniture.