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$90.00

ALL

Basic Bowl Turning

Saturday, February 24, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

This is a great class to advance your skills to bowl turning. The course is designed for the beginner to intermediate turner who wants to get a good foundation in turning bowls. Proper tools, blank selection, chucking methods, and form will be covered. Students will leave with their own finished bowl.

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$80.00

All Levels

Spoon Carving

Tuesday, February 27, 4 PM - 7 PM

Created to be a fun class, spoon carving can bring out your inspiration, creativity, and increase your wood working skills. The methods could involve wood selection, designing, hand carving tools, power carving, forming, smoothing, wood burning, and finishing.

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$60.00

Beginner

Dovetails With A Porter Cable Jig

Wednesday, February 28, 4 PM - 7 PM

This seminar is devoted to machine cutting dovetails on the Porter Cable 4212 Jig. Learn all the ins and outs of this wonderful jig. Bit selection and proper techniques will be demonstrated. You will learn to set up and produce 4 different kinds of dovetails.

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$80.00

ALL

Bowl And Tray Workshop

Thursday, February 29, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using a router, templates, and a drill press, this unique method provides an easy way to make divided bowls or trays by using various woods or a combination of woods to fashion an interesting project. Join in on this hands-on class where you will create and take home your own completed bowl.

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$60.00

Beginner

Scroll Saw Basics

Friday, March 1, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using the Scroll Saw is a great way to make a variety of craft and shop projects. It is fun, easy, and very rewarding providing you use the right blades and techniques. In this basic workshop we cover the blades, type of wood, pattern transfer, cutting practices and is loaded with many useful tips. The class is held in our complete hands-on workshop and will include your own project to take home.

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$100.00

Beginner

Woodshop 101

Part 1: Saturday, March 2, 9 AM - 1 PM

Part 2: Saturday, March 2, 2 PM - 6 PM

A great class to learn the very basics and safety of woodworking…We will take you through the workshop and try out a variety of tools: Miter saw, Table saw, Band saw, Router, Sander, Scroll saw, Drill Press, and Nailers. Also topics on marking and measuring, dust collection, gluing, wood and lumber. This is a hands on class and you will complete a tote-box project to take home. 4 hour class

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$60.00

Beginner

Relief Carving

Monday, March 4, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introduction class will highlight the relief method of hand carving. Topics will be on over-all techniques, pattern transfer, types of knives, cutting methods, holding practices, depth attention as well as sharpening and safety. You will work on a small hands-on project during the class.

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$80.00

Beginner

Hand Tool Basics

Tuesday, March 5, 4 PM - 7 PM

A beginner’s guide to get an understanding of various hand tools. A mix of seminar and hands on. A chance to learn about and try them out. Sections are: HAND PLANES (types, usage, sharpening), SCRAPERS (types, using, burnishing), HAND SAWS (Japanese, dovetail), FILES & RASPS (types, usage), CHISELS (types, usage), CARVING (carving tools, drawknife, spoke shaves).

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$160.00

Beginner

Epoxy Basics

Part 1: Wednesday, March 6, 4 PM - 7 PM

Part 2: Wednesday, March 13, 4 PM - 6 PM

Let's create some waves by pouring epoxy. This is a 2 part class. On day 1, we will learn some basics about epoxy. We will be mixing different mediums into the epoxy to create the waves. On day 2, we will be finishing the project by sanding and oiling the board and your completed board is ready to go.

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$50.00

Beginner

Finishing Basics

Thursday, March 7, 4 PM - 7 PM

This is a seminar- workshop on simple finishing methods for woodworkers. A variety of topics include gels stains, oil or water stains and topcoats, paints, dyes, wood restoration, exteriors, etc. We will share our best tips, advices, and informational handouts.

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$50.00

Beginner

Introduction To The Lathe

Friday, March 8, 4 PM - 7 PM

A great "how-to" class. In this seminar, topics will include general usage, mounting operations, speed ranges, face plates, chucks, types of tools to use, types of wood, grain orientation, position, and safe practices. Hands on trial cutting may be available if time permits.

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$70.00

Beginner

Basic Pen Turning

Saturday, March 9, 9:30 AM - 12 PM

Learn basic spindle turning skills to handcraft your own attractive pen. Learn all the components used such as pen blanks, mandrels, pen mills and the pen press while you make a handmade wooden pen on the lathe. Pen turning is easy and enjoyable, and you will end up with your own great ink pen

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$60.00

Beginner

Intro To The CNC

Tuesday, March 12, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introductory CNC (Computer Numeric Control) seminar will offer tips and advice on the SHARK CNC machine which uses the V Carve Pro software. Set up of a project will go from concept through completion and invite your interactions or questions along the way. If you have thoughts about a purchase or just starting out, this class is for you. Those with V Carve on their lap-top can get their own help if time permits.

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$60.00

Beginner

Woodburning

Thursday, March 14, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn the basics with a variable temperature wood burning unit: preparing wood, design layout, shading and finishing. This is the class for everyone interested in learning to create or embellish their works through the art of pyrography. You will complete a small design in class.

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$250.00

ALL

Cabinet Workshop

Saturday, March 16, 9:30 AM - 6 PM

During this class, each participant will construct their own single stand-alone 20 X20 cabinet to take home when complete. The process will include making the carcass shell, face frame front, flat panel door and pull out drawer. Methods will include pocket hole joinery, drawer slides, door hinges. You will advance your skill in the table saw, miter saw, router, marking and measuring, as well as Kreg joinery.

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$60.00

ALL

Advanced Scroll Saw

Monday, March 18, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class will emphasize in doing more advanced cuts. We will show how easy it is to make perfect inlays, unique 3D pieces and the techniques of fun puzzles. You will craft several hands-on projects to take home. As always, we welcome any questions and will demonstrate additional techniques if time permits

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$80.00

Beginner

Picture Framing Workshop

Tuesday, March 19, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn how to make your own picture frames using standard lumber. We'll cover the basics of routing profiles, cutting rabbits, joinery, assembling and hanging the frame. You will create your own 8 by 10 picture frame. Finishing suggestions will be included

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$60.00

Beginner

Router Basics

Wednesday, March 20, 4 PM - 7 PM

A router can do a lot for your woodworking projects. Hundreds of bits are available to make outstanding decorative edges, slotting, surfacing, cutouts and more. With its high speed and heavy torque it can be a challenging tool for the inexperienced. This class is loaded with tips and procedures designed to achieve your confidence and creativity.

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$80.00

Beginner

Band Saw Box

Thursday, March 21, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class is dedicated to the band saw. A great opportunity to ask any questions about band saws such as blades, guides, resawing or maintenance etc. This will be a hands-on class to construct your own band saw box and to increase your skills.

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$50.00

Beginner

Sharpening Lathe Tools

Friday, March 22, 4 PM - 7 PM

Sharp lathe tools are essential for good results on the lathe. The class covers the basics of grinders, grinding wheel selection and setup, various jigs and their applications, and specific techniques for sharpening scrapers, gouges and skews. There maybe a chance to work on your own tools if time permits during the session.

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$90.00

ALL

Basic Bowl Turning

Saturday, March 23, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

This is a great class to advance your skills to bowl turning. The course is designed for the beginner to intermediate turner who wants to get a good foundation in turning bowls. Proper tools, blank selection, chucking methods, and form will be covered. Students will leave with their own finished bowl.

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$90.00

Intermediate

Turn A Platter

Saturday, March 23, 1 PM - 4 PM

This is a great class for wood turners who are interested in creating an attractive medium sized platter. Similar to bowl turning, this class will help in learning control and tool techniques. Proper tools, blank selection, chucking methods will be discussed as well as safety and approaches. This hands on session will include the use of your own lathe, tools, and a provided blank.

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$80.00

All Levels

Spoon Carving

Tuesday, March 26, 4 PM - 7 PM

Created to be a fun class, spoon carving can bring out your inspiration, creativity, and increase your wood working skills. The methods could involve wood selection, designing, hand carving tools, power carving, forming, smoothing, wood burning, and finishing.

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$80.00

ALL

Bowl And Tray Workshop

Wednesday, March 27, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using a router, templates, and a drill press, this unique method provides an easy way to make divided bowls or trays by using various woods or a combination of woods to fashion an interesting project. Join in on this hands-on class where you will create and take home your own completed bowl.

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$60.00

Beginner

Dovetails With A Porter Cable Jig

Thursday, March 28, 4 PM - 7 PM

This seminar is devoted to machine cutting dovetails on the Porter Cable 4212 Jig. Learn all the ins and outs of this wonderful jig. Bit selection and proper techniques will be demonstrated. You will learn to set up and produce 4 different kinds of dovetails.

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$160.00

Beginner

Epoxy Basics

Part 1: Wednesday, April 3, 4 PM - 7 PM

Part 2: Wednesday, April 10, 4 PM - 6 PM

Let's create some waves by pouring epoxy. This is a 2 part class. On day 1, we will learn some basics about epoxy. We will be mixing different mediums into the epoxy to create the waves. On day 2, we will be finishing the project by sanding and oiling the board and your completed board is ready to go.

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$50.00

Beginner

Finishing Basics

Thursday, April 4, 4 PM - 7 PM

This is a seminar- workshop on simple finishing methods for woodworkers. A variety of topics include gels stains, oil or water stains and topcoats, paints, dyes, wood restoration, exteriors, etc. We will share our best tips, advices, and informational handouts.

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$100.00

Beginner

Woodshop 101

Part 1: Saturday, April 6, 9 AM - 1 PM

Part 2: Saturday, April 6, 2 PM - 6 PM

A great class to learn the very basics and safety of woodworking…We will take you through the workshop and try out a variety of tools: Miter saw, Table saw, Band saw, Router, Sander, Scroll saw, Drill Press, and Nailers. Also topics on marking and measuring, dust collection, gluing, wood and lumber. This is a hands on class and you will complete a tote-box project to take home. 3 1/2 hr class

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$60.00

Beginner

Scroll Saw Basics

Monday, April 8, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using the Scroll Saw is a great way to make a variety of craft and shop projects. It is fun, easy, and very rewarding providing you use the right blades and techniques. In this basic workshop we cover the blades, type of wood, pattern transfer, cutting practices and is loaded with many useful tips. The class is held in our complete hands-on workshop and will include your own project to take home.

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$60.00

Beginner

Intro To The CNC

Tuesday, April 9, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introductory CNC (Computer Numeric Control) seminar will offer tips and advice on the SHARK CNC machine which uses the V Carve Pro software. Set up of a project will go from concept through completion and invite your interactions or questions along the way. If you have thoughts about a purchase or just starting out, this class is for you. Those with V Carve on their lap-top can get their own help if time permits.

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$60.00

Beginner

Relief Carving

Thursday, April 11, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introduction class will highlight the relief method of hand carving. Topics will be on over-all techniques, pattern transfer, types of knives, cutting methods, holding practices, depth attention as well as sharpening and safety. You will work on a small hands-on project during the class.

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$50.00

Beginner

Introduction To The Lathe

Friday, April 12, 4 PM - 7 PM

A great "how-to" class. In this seminar, topics will include general usage, mounting operations, speed ranges, face plates, chucks, types of tools to use, types of wood, grain orientation, position, and safe practices. Hands on trial cutting may be available if time permits.

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$70.00

Beginner

Basic Pen Turning

Saturday, April 13, 9:30 AM - 12 PM

Learn basic spindle turning skills to handcraft your own attractive pen. Learn all the components used such as pen blanks, mandrels, pen mills and the pen press while you make a handmade wooden pen on the lathe. Pen turning is easy and enjoyable, and you will end up with your own great ink pen

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$80.00

Beginner

Small Box Workshop

Monday, April 15, 4 PM - 7 PM

This will be a hands-on project to create your own small keepsake box using colorful or exotic woods. A class to inspire you in craftsmanship, artistry, and creativity. Wood preparation, joinery, gluing, hinges and hardware, and finishing will all be covered. All materials are included.

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$60.00

Beginner

Woodburning

Tuesday, April 16, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn the basics with a variable temperature wood burning unit: preparing wood, design layout, shading and finishing. This is the class for everyone interested in learning to create or embellish their works through the art of pyrography. You will complete a small design in class.

550_pic_frame_2.png

$80.00

Beginner

Picture Framing Workshop

Wednesday, April 17, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn how to make your own picture frames using standard lumber. We'll cover the basics of routing profiles, cutting rabbits, joinery, assembling and hanging the frame. You will create your own 8 by 10 picture frame. Finishing suggestions will be included

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$60.00

Beginner

Router Basics

Thursday, April 18, 4 PM - 7 PM

A router can do a lot for your woodworking projects. Hundreds of bits are available to make outstanding decorative edges, slotting, surfacing, cutouts and more. With its high speed and heavy torque it can be a challenging tool for the inexperienced. This class is loaded with tips and procedures designed to achieve your confidence and creativity.

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$250.00

ALL

Cabinet Workshop

Saturday, April 20, 9:30 AM - 6 PM

During this class, each participant will construct their own single stand-alone 20 X20 cabinet to take home when complete. The process will include making the carcass shell, face frame front, flat panel door and pull out drawer. Methods will include pocket hole joinery, drawer slides, door hinges. You will advance your skill in the table saw, miter saw, router, marking and measuring, as well as Kreg joinery.

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$60.00

ALL

Advanced Scroll Saw

Monday, April 22, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class will emphasize in doing more advanced cuts. We will show how easy it is to make perfect inlays, unique 3D pieces and the techniques of fun puzzles. You will craft several hands-on projects to take home. As always, we welcome any questions and will demonstrate additional techniques if time permits

550_spoon_2.png

$80.00

All Levels

Spoon Carving

Tuesday, April 23, 4 PM - 7 PM

Created to be a fun class, spoon carving can bring out your inspiration, creativity, and increase your wood working skills. The methods could involve wood selection, designing, hand carving tools, power carving, forming, smoothing, wood burning, and finishing.

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$80.00

Beginner

Band Saw Box

Wednesday, April 24, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class is dedicated to the band saw. A great opportunity to ask any questions about band saws such as blades, guides, resawing or maintenance etc. This will be a hands-on class to construct your own band saw box and to increase your skills.

550_bowl_tray.png

$80.00

ALL

Bowl And Tray Workshop

Thursday, April 25, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using a router, templates, and a drill press, this unique method provides an easy way to make divided bowls or trays by using various woods or a combination of woods to fashion an interesting project. Join in on this hands-on class where you will create and take home your own completed bowl.

550_sharp_lathe.png

$50.00

Beginner

Sharpening Lathe Tools

Friday, April 26, 4 PM - 7 PM

Sharp lathe tools are essential for good results on the lathe. The class covers the basics of grinders, grinding wheel selection and setup, various jigs and their applications, and specific techniques for sharpening scrapers, gouges and skews. There maybe a chance to work on your own tools if time permits during the session.

550_bowl_turn_2.png

$90.00

ALL

Basic Bowl Turning

Saturday, April 27, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

This is a great class to advance your skills to bowl turning. The course is designed for the beginner to intermediate turner who wants to get a good foundation in turning bowls. Proper tools, blank selection, chucking methods, and form will be covered. Students will leave with their own finished bowl.

550_dovetails_2.png

$60.00

Beginner

Dovetails With A Porter Cable Jig

Tuesday, April 30, 4 PM - 7 PM

This seminar is devoted to machine cutting dovetails on the Porter Cable 4212 Jig. Learn all the ins and outs of this wonderful jig. Bit selection and proper techniques will be demonstrated. You will learn to set up and produce 4 different kinds of dovetails.

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$160.00

Beginner

Epoxy Basics

Part 1: Wednesday, May 1, 4 PM - 7 PM

Part 2: Wednesday, May 8, 4 PM - 6 PM

Let's create some waves by pouring epoxy. This is a 2 part class. On day 1, we will learn some basics about epoxy. We will be mixing different mediums into the epoxy to create the waves. On day 2, we will be finishing the project by sanding and oiling the board and your completed board is ready to go.

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$50.00

Beginner

Finishing Basics

Thursday, May 2, 4 PM - 7 PM

This is a seminar- workshop on simple finishing methods for woodworkers. A variety of topics include gels stains, oil or water stains and topcoats, paints, dyes, wood restoration, exteriors, etc. We will share our best tips, advices, and informational handouts.

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$100.00

Beginner

Woodshop 101

Saturday, May 4, 9 AM - 1 PM

A great class to learn the very basics and safety of woodworking…We will take you through the workshop and try out a variety of tools: Miter saw, Table saw, Band saw, Router, Sander, Scroll saw, Drill Press, and Nailers. Also topics on marking and measuring, dust collection, gluing, wood and lumber. This is a hands on class and you will complete a tote-box project to take home. 4 hr class

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$100.00

Beginner

Woodshop 101

Saturday, May 4, 2 PM - 6 PM

A great class to learn the very basics and safety of woodworking…We will take you through the workshop and try out a variety of tools: Miter saw, Table saw, Band saw, Router, Sander, Scroll saw, Drill Press, and Nailers. Also topics on marking and measuring, dust collection, gluing, wood and lumber. This is a hands on class and you will complete a tote-box project to take home. 4 hr class

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$60.00

Beginner

Scroll Saw Basics

Monday, May 6, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using the Scroll Saw is a great way to make a variety of craft and shop projects. It is fun, easy, and very rewarding providing you use the right blades and techniques. In this basic workshop we cover the blades, type of wood, pattern transfer, cutting practices and is loaded with many useful tips. The class is held in our complete hands-on workshop and will include your own project to take home.

550_relief_carv.png

$60.00

Beginner

Relief Carving

Tuesday, May 7, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introduction class will highlight the relief method of hand carving. Topics will be on over-all techniques, pattern transfer, types of knives, cutting methods, holding practices, depth attention as well as sharpening and safety. You will work on a small hands-on project during the class.

550_Intro_lathe.png

$50.00

Beginner

Introduction To The Lathe

Friday, May 10, 4 PM - 7 PM

A great "how-to" class. In this seminar, topics will include general usage, mounting operations, speed ranges, face plates, chucks, types of tools to use, types of wood, grain orientation, position, and safe practices. Hands on trial cutting may be available if time permits.

550_pen_2.png

$70.00

Beginner

Basic Pen Turning

Saturday, May 11, 9:30 AM - 12 PM

Learn basic spindle turning skills to handcraft your own attractive pen. Learn all the components used such as pen blanks, mandrels, pen mills and the pen press while you make a handmade wooden pen on the lathe. Pen turning is easy and enjoyable, and you will end up with your own great ink pen

550_spoon_2.png

$80.00

All Levels

Spoon Carving

Monday, May 13, 4 PM - 7 PM

Created to be a fun class, spoon carving can bring out your inspiration, creativity, and increase your wood working skills. The methods could involve wood selection, designing, hand carving tools, power carving, forming, smoothing, wood burning, and finishing.

550_cnc.png

$60.00

Beginner

Intro To The CNC

Tuesday, May 14, 4 PM - 7 PM

This introductory CNC (Computer Numeric Control) seminar will offer tips and advice on the SHARK CNC machine which uses the V Carve Pro software. Set up of a project will go from concept through completion and invite your interactions or questions along the way. If you have thoughts about a purchase or just starting out, this class is for you. Those with V Carve on their lap-top can get their own help if time permits.

550_small_box.png

$80.00

Beginner

Small Box Workshop

Wednesday, May 15, 4 PM - 7 PM

This will be a hands-on project to create your own small keepsake box using colorful or exotic woods. A class to inspire you in craftsmanship, artistry, and creativity. Wood preparation, joinery, gluing, hinges and hardware, and finishing will all be covered. All materials are included.

550_pic_frame_2.png

$80.00

Beginner

Picture Framing Workshop

Thursday, May 16, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn how to make your own picture frames using standard lumber. We'll cover the basics of routing profiles, cutting rabbits, joinery, assembling and hanging the frame. You will create your own 8 by 10 picture frame. Finishing suggestions will be included

550_cabinet.png

$250.00

ALL

Cabinet Workshop

Saturday, May 18, 9:30 AM - 6 PM

During this class, each participant will construct their own single stand-alone 20 X20 cabinet to take home when complete. The process will include making the carcass shell, face frame front, flat panel door and pull out drawer. Methods will include pocket hole joinery, drawer slides, door hinges. You will advance your skill in the table saw, miter saw, router, marking and measuring, as well as Kreg joinery.

550_woodburn_3.png

$60.00

Beginner

Woodburning

Monday, May 20, 4 PM - 7 PM

Learn the basics with a variable temperature wood burning unit: preparing wood, design layout, shading and finishing. This is the class for everyone interested in learning to create or embellish their works through the art of pyrography. You will complete a small design in class.

550_router.png

$60.00

Beginner

Router Basics

Tuesday, May 21, 4 PM - 7 PM

A router can do a lot for your woodworking projects. Hundreds of bits are available to make outstanding decorative edges, slotting, surfacing, cutouts and more. With its high speed and heavy torque it can be a challenging tool for the inexperienced. This class is loaded with tips and procedures designed to achieve your confidence and creativity.

550_b_saw_box.png

$80.00

Beginner

Band Saw Box

Wednesday, May 22, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class is dedicated to the band saw. A great opportunity to ask any questions about band saws such as blades, guides, resawing or maintenance etc. This will be a hands-on class to construct your own band saw box and to increase your skills.

550_bowl_tray.png

$80.00

ALL

Bowl And Tray Workshop

Thursday, May 23, 4 PM - 7 PM

Using a router, templates, and a drill press, this unique method provides an easy way to make divided bowls or trays by using various woods or a combination of woods to fashion an interesting project. Join in on this hands-on class where you will create and take home your own completed bowl.

550_sharp_lathe.png

$50.00

Beginner

Sharpening Lathe Tools

Friday, May 24, 4 PM - 7 PM

Sharp lathe tools are essential for good results on the lathe. The class covers the basics of grinders, grinding wheel selection and setup, various jigs and their applications, and specific techniques for sharpening scrapers, gouges and skews. There maybe a chance to work on your own tools if time permits during the session.

550_bowl_turn_2.png

$90.00

ALL

Basic Bowl Turning

Saturday, May 25, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

This is a great class to advance your skills to bowl turning. The course is designed for the beginner to intermediate turner who wants to get a good foundation in turning bowls. Proper tools, blank selection, chucking methods, and form will be covered. Students will leave with their own finished bowl.

550_adv_scroll.png

$60.00

ALL

Advanced Scroll Saw

Wednesday, May 29, 4 PM - 7 PM

This class will emphasize in doing more advanced cuts. We will show how easy it is to make perfect inlays, unique 3D pieces and the techniques of fun puzzles. You will craft several hands-on projects to take home. As always, we welcome any questions and will demonstrate additional techniques if time permits

550_dovetails_2.png

$60.00

Beginner

Dovetails With A Porter Cable Jig

Thursday, May 30, 4 PM - 7 PM

This seminar is devoted to machine cutting dovetails on the Porter Cable 4212 Jig. Learn all the ins and outs of this wonderful jig. Bit selection and proper techniques will be demonstrated. You will learn to set up and produce 4 different kinds of dovetails.