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Best Of Dallas 2016

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We would like to thank Dallas and all the critics out there . The Dallas Observer named us as the Best Handyman Fantasy Land in Dallas for 2016.

We have never advertised in The Dallas Observer and this came as a complete surprise to us. We are proud and honored to receive this award.

We will take this award as a challenge to live up to this award and the critics lofty views of our store. As always, we are open to comments and suggestions as how to improve our selves so that we may provide an outstanding shopping experience. Feel free to call, email or stop in and tell one of the owners how you feel.  

Something else new. You can now shop on the online store and choose the In Store pickup option. This saves you time and energy as well as shaving you shipping. The only caveat is that no further discounts can be applied on these items. We suggest you call 30 minutes  prior to your intended pick up to make sure we have your items in stock and have them ready for you at the counter.

 instore-pick-up Info about In Store Pick Ups

New Arrivals: 09/16/16

We Just got in a load of exotics.
Including: Purpleheart 4/4 & 8/4, 4/4 Wenge, 4/4 Peruvian Walnut, 4/4 Lacewood, 4/4 Bubbinga & 4/4 Jatoba

& a Load of Plywood

Jimmy Clewes Classes
New Product:  
  Waco Pride Acrylic Pen Blanks
Aug. 15, 2016  Microsoft Word - Elipse Hard Carry Case Announcement
Hard Carry Case for the GVS Elipse Respirator  
Reg. $10.99           Fits  P100 Respirator      Sale $9.89


More Up Coming Events:

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Masters at Work: Woodturning Competition & Exhibit

Exhibit Open to the Public: September 9th – October 16th, 

Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. & Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m
The woodturners will participate in two competitions on Friday, September 9 and two competitions on Saturday, September 10. The winner will be announced at a reception on Sunday, September 11 at 1:00pm which kicks off the exhibit opening.
Other activities that will take place on September 9 and 10 include and a basket-weaving workshop, Dutch Oven cooking demonstration and an outdoor painting class. Oklahoma Forestry Services will have foresters on hand both days to visit with people about their tree and forest concerns.
Located at the:

Forest Heritage Center Museum