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WW401 Woodworking 101
Wednesday, October 05, 2022, 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
The woodworkers are offering an introductory class for novices to learn the fundamentals of woodworking and for more advanced woodworkers that wish to refresh their skills. (Further course details below.)
Note: All participants must be double vaccinated against Covid 19.
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Registration cancellations will be accepted until Saturday, October 01, 2022 at 12:01 AM
Description of Course:
The course includes a workshop orientation that will allow participants to work independently in the workshop when the course is finished. The class will be limited to six participants. Be aware that woodwork does create dust so you must be able to tolerate wood dust.
The course will introduce basic skills, project design, safety, techniques and planning the successive steps for completing your project and achieving your project goals. The class will be organized around individual projects selected by each student who will be mentored and supervised by the instructors. Potential projects on the list include: bird houses for chickadees or swallows, cutting boards, small benches, small tables, plant stands, planters, turned bowls and wooden toys. Other projects can be discussed with the course coordinator and approved if they are suitable for your skill levels.
Most projects using pine boards should be less than $30 but special woods could cost more.