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Thos. Moser heads to Philly for a special weekend of events March 25-28th

  
  
  

We are heading back to Philly, home of one of our showrooms for many years, to bring a weekend full of special events to our customers and friends!

First, we are pleased to host a panel discussion at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on March 25th (7pm) on the American Craft Furniture Movement of the 20th Century...

Featuring special guests:

- Tom Moser, founder of Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers
- Mira Nakashima, creative director of George Naskashima Woodworker Studio in New Hope, PA
- Mark Sfirri, professor of woodworking at Bucks County Community College
- Carol Sauvion, executive producer of Craft in America


 The lecture will begin at 7pm, with doors opening at 6pm. Guests are invited to tour the American Galleries from 6-7pm.

Parking and admission are free. RSVP required as seating is limited. Call 800-708-9045.

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Van Pelt Auditorium
26th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130

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Also, that weekend, join us for a

SPECIAL WEEKEND SAVINGS EVENT

Friday, Saturday & Sunday, March 26th-28th
at St. David's Golf Club
845 Radnor Street Road, Wayne, PA 19087

Don't miss the opportunity to select from a large collection of Moser floor models, one-of-a-kinds, not-quite-perfect, and first-quality pieces at reduced prices. The selection will include seating, tables, beds, sofas, desks, sideboards and cases.

 

Savings Event Hours:
Friday-Saturday, March 26th-27th   9am-7pm
Sunday, March 28th     9am-6pm

Also don't miss:
- Artistry in Wood book signing with Tom Moser on Friday, March 26th from 2-4pm
- Chairmaking demonstrations throughout the weekend.

Please visit our website to learn more about the weekend's events or call us at 800.708.9045.

The Jackson LaboratoryThos. Moser's charity of choice, The Jackson Laboratory, will be on hand at the event to share information and answer any questions on genetic research. We have a lot in common with The Jackson Laboratory - we both are proud to call Maine home and are strongly dedicated to improving the quality and enjoyment of life.  Be sure to stop by the Lab's table at the event to say hello - they do amazing work!

We look forward to seeing you in Philly!

Craft In America series reflects the core values that define Thos. Moser

  
  
  

Craft In American logo

Craft is all around us, giving pleasure as well as serving a function. It is inspirational as well as useful. It is the best representation of who we are as a culture. Craft is democratic -- broad enough to accommodate anyone who makes something or appreciates the handmade. In short, craft is us.
- From the Craft In America website

Ever since Tom Moser decided to forgo his tenured professorship at Bates College in 1972 and, along with his wife Mary, take a leap of faith in founding Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers, craft has been at the core of everything we do. That’s why we are especially drawn to the PBS series, Craft In America.

If you haven’t seen this series, we highly recommend that you check it out. In fact, what really intrigues us is that it is actually much more than just a TV show. In addition to the Emmy-nominated and Peabody Award winning television documentary which continues to produce new episodes on PBS, there is also a book, educational materials, study center in Los Angeles, and even a “virtual” exhibition that can be viewed online. The bottom line is that if you appreciate American craft like we do, you should check out this series.

There is a lot of interesting content on their website, we hope you enjoy exploring it as much as we have:

www.craftinamerica.org

You can also view the three previously-broadcast TV episodes on the PBS website by using this link:

 http://video.pbs.org/program/1235387271

Enjoy, and please let us know if you found this recommendation helpful by leaving a comment below.

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