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Phone:
757-466-1166
Fax:
757-466-7312
Email:
virginiabeach-retail@woodcraft.com

The Shops at Janaf, Suite 152 5802 E. Virginia Beach Blvd.
Norfolk, VA 23502
USA

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Hours of Operation

sunday 12 PM - 5 PM
monday 9 AM - 7 PM
tuesday 9 AM - 7 PM
wednesday 9 AM - 7 PM
thursday 9 AM - 7 PM
friday 9 AM - 7 PM
saturday 9 AM - 6 PM

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Tuesday, June 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Carving/Whittling a Wooden Chain with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, September 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: Wood carving is one of the oldest forms of art that originated the first time a human shaped a piece of wood with a sharp stone. Whittling developed when sharpened metal knives were used to carve a hand held piece of wood making whittling one of the earliest forms of carving. In this class, you will learn to carve your own wooden chain from a single piece of wood. The techniques learned can be used to make a chain of any size or length. (The Guinness World record is 487.5 feet long from a single piece of wood!)
Tuition: $85.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, October 1, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, October 2, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00

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Intermediate Finishing with Mike Charlem
Intermediate

Part 1: Wednesday, October 5, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, October 12, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, October 19, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, October 26, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: The last step in furniture making has been the most difficult of all. Finishing frustrates the most experienced woodworker. This four night course will take the mystery out of finishing. Topics include: sanding, surface prep, filling grain, staining, sealing, top coating, rubbing out, and wet sand polishing.
Tuition: $250.00

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Beginning Woodworking with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, October 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: New to the shop environment? Not comfortable around machinery? Spend a day getting to know your way around with one of our experienced instructors. Students will learn the purpose and safe operations of the primary stationary tools such as the tablesaw, jointer, planer, bandsaw and drill press. This hands on class will give you a taste of how these tools take raw material and turn it into finished projects. To the beginner woodworker, this class will pave the way for participation in Woodworking Fundamentals 1.
Tuition: $100.00

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Router 101 with Mike Charlem
Beginner

Saturday, October 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: One of the first hand held power tools every novice wood worker should have in their arsenal is the router. With an assortment of sharp cutter bits, the router will become one of the most used small power tools in the shop. Although highly versatile, the router can be very intimidating; due to its size and the speed and torque it develops. In the Router 101 class, students will learn how to choose a router, the types of bases used with the router, and the care and feeding (maintenance) of the router. Students will also learn about the categories of router bits, the components used to identify them, what goes into the making of a router bit, and what to look for in making a choice of which bit best meets their needs. So come on out, bring your router and bits if you have them and learn basic routing techniques and tips and tricks to enhance your routing skills.
Tuition: $110.00

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Porter Cable Dovetail Jig 4200 series with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, October 9, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a jig familiarization class for the Porter Cable 42XX series 12” Dovetail Jig. Students will use their own jig and tools while making half-blind and through dovetailjoints. Dovetail design considerations, jig set up and adjustment, wood positioning in the jig,proper router technique, and joint troubleshooting will be covered in great detail. Theinstruction manual will be referenced throughout the class.The following tools are HIGHLYrecommended :At least one router with ½” collet is required for the half-blind dovetail.Tworouters with ½” collets are required for through dovetail joints.Porter Cable 42XX seriesDovetail Jig with templates, router bits, guide bushings, and auxiliary fittings.Porter CableInstruction Manual, Part No. A24602 - 12-04-07, https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24602_4210_4212_4216.pdfSupplementary Instruction Manual, Part No. A24033 - 07-06-07,https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24033_4210_4212.pdf
Tuition: $120.00
Tuition Notes: Woodworkers who own a 4210, 4212, or 4216 Porter Cable Dovetail Jig or are considering purchasing one for making dovetail joints.

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Pyrography 201-Still Life with Jim Vogel
All

Thursday, October 13, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Take your pyrography skills to the next level with artist Jim Vogel. In this class Jim will teach you the skill of line quality and control, and the use of shading using different pen tips. With these skills students will be able to burn realistic projects creating a still life scene.
Tuition: $85.00

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Bowl Turning 101 - Scrapers with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, October 15, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101, Fundimentals Of Wood Turning Or Basic Skills From Experience
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Bring Your Tools Or Borrow Ours.
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turned wooden bowls can make your dining experience truely memorable or create a display piece to show off your talent. This class will focus on using basic turning tools and techniques to create these wooden bowls. Wood selection and mounting for grain orientation to get the most out of each piece will be discussed along with selection of proper tools. Skills learned in this class will prepare students for our Fingernail Bowl Gouge Class.
Tuition: $140.00

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Carving A Chippendale Drawer Front with Ray Journigan
Closed

Part 1: Saturday, October 15, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, October 16, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Minimal Tools Needed, See Instructor
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Many Highboys and Lowboys during the 18th century were heavily decorated with acanthus and floral carvings. Center drawers were commonly carved with a recessed floral motif flanked by applied raised acanthus scroll patterns on either side. This begins the carver’s journey into “fancier” work. With learning both carving in the solid, along with delicate appliques, the student truly broadens their ability to adorn otherwise plain flat surfaces.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: + $25 precut materials

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, October 16, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Sharpening Turning Tools with Brian Gold
All

Tuesday, October 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: If you have ever tried to sharpen a gouge, you know how frustrating it can be. We will show you how to save yourself time, frustration and money, and learn to grind your turning tools right the first time, every time. Brian will demonstrate various ways to sharpen your turning tools such as your skews, gouges and scrapers using different sharpening systems. If time permits, you will be able to sharpen a few of your own tools under his watchful eye.
Tuition: $80.00

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River Table End Table with Ashley Grider/Ashley Fekete
All

Part 1: Saturday, October 22, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, October 30, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: In this class Ashley G and Ashley F will teach you how to build a river table (end table sized) top. They will cover the construction of a basic shop made mold. The process of preparing the material as well as the measuring, mixing, and pouring of resin. Uses of pigments, curing processes, and demolding results. Finally, preparing and finishing the table top for use.They will also touch on the different types of resin, variations in mold construction, as well as a variety of finishing techniques.
Tuition: $550.00

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Turning Lidded Box with Brian Gold

Saturday, October 22, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101 Or Equivelent
Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield, Basic Turning Tools,
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Students will learn how to turn lidded boxes on the lathe using scroll chucks. Turning techniques, turning tools, wood selection and finishing will be covered. Students will leave with a finished lidded box
Tuition: $175.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, October 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your parnter want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Tablesaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, October 29, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Without a doubt, the tablesaw is the most important power tool in the shop. Safely ripping stock to width, accurately cutting parts to length, cutting angles, bevels and making tenons and tapers are just a few of the tasks that an accurately set up tablesaw excels at. Understanding how the saw works is one of the goals of this new class and basic common sense safety will be covered thoroughly. We will begin with techniques to make safe and specialized cuts such as making accurate tenons and miters. Saw blade selection, dado blades and some of the commercially available accessories will be discussed. We will also demonstrate some basic but important shop made jigs. While this class will mostly be dom only, students will have the opportunity to do some cutting on the saw in order to make sure that each participant understands the techniques being shown.
Tuition: $100.00

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Make A Acoustic Guitar with Scott Dixon
Intermediate

Part 1: Friday, November 4, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Saturday, November 5, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Sunday, November 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Minimal Tools Needed, See Instructor
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Many of those who have played or even admired the beauty of the guitar have shown interest in someday making an heirloom instrument that can be played today and passed on and continued to be played for generations. This class is designed to take a beginner/intermediate woodworker through the steps to make a steel string acoustic guitar from a unique kit. You will learn the terminology and the techniques focused on many of the specialized processes to complete your own personalized intrument. The process is broken down into small steps to familiarize the student with the construction of the neck including truss rod intallation, fingerboard & fretting, abalone inlay and construction of the body including brace trimming/fitting, top installation, bridge gluing/alignment, purfling and final fit up of the neck to body joint using a bolt-on system. Each guitar will be comleted leaving the final top cote finish up to the student. Two models are available- Sapele & Sycamore
Tuition: $825.00

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Dovetails Decoded with Ben Bartholomew
All

Part 1: Saturday, November 5, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Whether you're new to hand-cut joinery or have attempted dovetail joints in the past with mixed results, this class offers a practical approach to executing this time-honored joinery technique, regardless of skill level. During the course you will learn layout and marking as well as sawing and chiseling techniques which you will employ to cut both 'through' and 'half-blind' dovetails. There are numerous methods for creating these joints (with good results), but what works well for some may not work for others. In order to overcome this common problem, Ben will cover several different hand tool and technique options throughout the class which will allow for an individually tailored road map to success. By the end of this course you will have developed the confidence to tackle any project utilizing the dovetail joint
Tuition: $250.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, November 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Basic Box Building with Bret Lancaster
All

Wednesday, November 9, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Small boxes have a wide variety of uses and make excellent gifts. They can be carved, accented with inlay or highly figured woods and decoratively changed with the router. In this class you will make a box using mitered joints and spline construction.
Tuition: $85.00

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Flat, Square & Straight (with powertools) with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, November 10, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $75.00

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Woodworking Fundamentals with Bret Lancaster
All

Part 1: Saturday, November 12, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 13, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Let Bret take you one step further with your favorite hobby. During this class you will add to your basic skills by constructing a beautiful Shaker style plant stand. Solid wood table top and tapered legs will be incorporated into this project, teaching you skills needed for furniture making.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: Includes Necessary Materials.

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Turn a Pepper Mill with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, November 12, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this unique class, students will turn a pepper mill. Brian will show you that spindle turning techniques aren't only used in furniture making. If you own a lathe or were thinking about buying one, this class will show you that there is more to woodturning than bowls and pens.
Tuition: $175.00

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Rush Weaving a Footstool/Campstool with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, November 17, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Rush seating is a very old craft - examples have been found in the tombs of Egypt, and in England, the craft has been practiced since the 14th Century. It has always been admired for its simplicity, durability, and comfort. With the recent interest in traditional crafts and vintage furniture, rush seating is once again enjoying a revival. In this class, you will assemble a heavy duty footstool (approx. 12”x9”x9” -included in tuition) and weave the top with paper fiber rush cord for a project to be proud of. The techniques learned can be used on other seating options such as chairs and barstools, and for repairing or restoring family heirlooms.
Tuition: $110.00

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Acanthus Wall Bracket with Ray Journigan
Closed

Part 1: Saturday, November 19, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, November 20, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Saturday, December 17, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 4: Sunday, December 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Minimal Tools Needed, See Instructor
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Ray will provide details
Tuition: $600.00

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Bowl Turning 102- Fingernail Gouge with Brian Gold
Intermediate

Saturday, November 19, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Must have prior bowl turning experience
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a skills class designed to expand upon the techniques learned in Basic Bowl turning. You will learn how to do a push cut, pull cut, and shear scrape with a fingernail bowl gouge. Techniques used to sharpen the gouge will be presented. In addition, the student will learn advanced chucking techniques and foot treatments.
Tuition: $175.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, November 20, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, November 25, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Bandsaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, November 26, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The bandsaw is one of your most versatile power tools, and this class will show you how to safely get the most out of it. Mike will show you how to set up your bandsaw for consistent accuracy and teach you proper blade selection. Learn how to perform straight cuts, curves, and how to rough saw cabriole lets. You'll also learn the secrets of resawing: a technique that can save you money and add uniqueness to your projects.
Tuition: $85.00

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Make a Router Sled with Ashley Fekete
All

Saturday, November 26, 9 AM - 1 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Shop Tool Knowledge
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course covers the materials and assembly process for building a shop-made router sled, enablingthe student the ability to flatten workpieces that exceed the capacity of their planer. Students are asked to bring in their router to insure correct measurements.
Tuition: $150.00

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Making Picture Frames with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, November 27, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you ever gone to one of those expensive framing shops and been taken back by the cost of a picture frame? Here is the opportunity to learn how to make your own frames and save money. The Picture Framing class will show you the basics for measuring and making your own picture frames. You will be shown how to use woodworking joinery that can be incorporated in your framing projects which are not only functional, but decorative as well. You will use the jointer and table saw to square stock, the table saw and the electric miter saw to cut mitered corners, and the router table to create assorted decorative profiles for your frames. Students will make the components for an 8" X 10" picture frame.
Tuition: $100.00

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, November 30, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, December 3, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Beginning Woodworking with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, December 3, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: New to the shop environment? Not comfortable around machinery? Spend a day getting to know your way around with one of our experienced instructors. Students will learn the purpose and safe operations of the primary stationary tools such as the tablesaw, jointer, planer, bandsaw and drill press. This hands on class will give you a taste of how these tools take raw material and turn it into finished projects. To the beginner woodworker, this class will pave the way for participation in Woodworking Fundamentals 1.
Tuition: $100.00

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, December 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00

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Bandsaw Box with Mike Charlem
All

Part 1: Thursday, December 8, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Saturday, December 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn how to create a unique beautiful piece of art, using one of the most versatile and useful tools in the shop. The Band Saw Box is created from a block of wood that is either laminated or solid, containing drawers or hidden compartments. Students will learn how to plan, layout, cut, and craft an eye-catching project using a minimum amount of major wood working tools. This project is a fun method that will increase your bandsaw skills and help you create fantastic gifts!
Tuition: $120.00

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Get a Handle on Knife Making with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, December 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class, Brian will teach individuals how to properly assemble and finish a knife kit. Individuals will learn how to complete their kits using different tools including a knife maker's belt grinder. Basic knife sharpening will be covered in this class.Length of class may vary.
Tuition: $85.00

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Making Cutting Boards with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, December 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn to make a cutting board using various species of wood and machines. You will cut, joint, glue and sand. This process will result in a stunning cutting board! You will learn how to use a miter saw, table saw, jointer and sander. Some sanding and finishing will need to be completed at home.
Tuition: $120.00

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Women in Woodworking with Ashley Fekete
Beginner

Tuesday, December 13, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course is aimed at persons who are completely new to woodworking. Throughout this planter box project, we are using basic tools most crafters and novices would own and/or find approachable. Our goal is to create an open and intimidation free environment to encourage asking any woodworking questions while building essential skills through a fun and useful project.
Tuition: $125.00

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Scroll Saw 101 with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, December 15, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The scroll saw is used to make very delicate and precise cuts in ply or hardwood to create decorative accent pieces. This 3 hour class will thoroughly review the functionality of the saw, blade options, and how it can be used most efficiently and productively.
Tuition: $75.00

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Turning 102- Advanced Spindle with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, December 17, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this information packed class, Brian will show you all you need to know to add turned elements to your next furniture project. While basic spindle turning will be covered in depth, you will also learn some unorthodox methods "cheaters" to achieve success. Reproducing parts without a duplicator will be covered. You will also learn what tool to choose for a particular job, how they are sharpened, offset turned legs, split turnings, and much more. With practice exercises, you will gain confidence with the gouge, scraper, and skew. After taking this class you will turn that scrap pile into more money or memories as they become candle stands or chess pieces.
Tuition: $175.00

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Router 101 with Mike Charlem
Beginner

Saturday, December 17, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: One of the first hand held power tools every novice wood worker should have in their arsenal is the router. With an assortment of sharp cutter bits, the router will become one of the most used small power tools in the shop. Although highly versatile, the router can be very intimidating; due to its size and the speed and torque it develops. In the Router 101 class, students will learn how to choose a router, the types of bases used with the router, and the care and feeding (maintenance) of the router. Students will also learn about the categories of router bits, the components used to identify them, what goes into the making of a router bit, and what to look for in making a choice of which bit best meets their needs. So come on out, bring your router and bits if you have them and learn basic routing techniques and tips and tricks to enhance your routing skills.
Tuition: $110.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, December 18, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, December 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Carving/Whittling a Wooden Chain with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, December 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: Wood carving is one of the oldest forms of art that originated the first time a human shaped a piece of wood with a sharp stone. Whittling developed when sharpened metal knives were used to carve a hand held piece of wood making whittling one of the earliest forms of carving. In this class, you will learn to carve your own wooden chain from a single piece of wood. The techniques learned can be used to make a chain of any size or length. (The Guinness World record is 487.5 feet long from a single piece of wood!)
Tuition: $85.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, December 30, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, January 7, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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River Table End Table with Ashley Grider/Ashley Fekete
All

Part 1: Saturday, January 7, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, January 15, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: In this class Ashley G and Ashley F will teach you how to build a river table (end table sized) top. They will cover the construction of a basic shop made mold. The process of preparing the material as well as the measuring, mixing, and pouring of resin. Uses of pigments, curing processes, and demolding results. Finally, preparing and finishing the table top for use.They will also touch on the different types of resin, variations in mold construction, as well as a variety of finishing techniques.
Tuition: $550.00

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Dovetails Decoded with Ben Bartholomew
All

Part 1: Saturday, January 7, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, January 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Whether you're new to hand-cut joinery or have attempted dovetail joints in the past with mixed results, this class offers a practical approach to executing this time-honored joinery technique, regardless of skill level. During the course you will learn layout and marking as well as sawing and chiseling techniques which you will employ to cut both 'through' and 'half-blind' dovetails. There are numerous methods for creating these joints (with good results), but what works well for some may not work for others. In order to overcome this common problem, Ben will cover several different hand tool and technique options throughout the class which will allow for an individually tailored road map to success. By the end of this course you will have developed the confidence to tackle any project utilizing the dovetail joint
Tuition: $250.00

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Basic Box Building with Bret Lancaster
All

Wednesday, January 11, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Small boxes have a wide variety of uses and make excellent gifts. They can be carved, accented with inlay or highly figured woods and decoratively changed with the router. In this class you will make a box using mitered joints and spline construction.
Tuition: $85.00

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Pyrography 101- Burning Basics with Jim Vogel
All

Thursday, January 12, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: This class will provide an introduction to wood pyrography, the technique of decorating wood by burning a design on the surface with a wood burning tool. This can be accomplished using stencils or free hand designs. You will be shown what supplies and tools needed to begin this art form through hands on demonstration.
Tuition: $75.00

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Platter Turning with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, January 14, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turning shallow platters can create challenges for even an experienced wood turner. This class will show you several different ways to mount your work and turn platters including reverse chucking techniques. Bring your own tools or borrow ours. Basic sharpening will be covered.
Tuition: $175.00

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Sharpening Turning Tools with Brian Gold
All

Tuesday, January 17, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: If you have ever tried to sharpen a gouge, you know how frustrating it can be. We will show you how to save yourself time, frustration and money, and learn to grind your turning tools right the first time, every time. Brian will demonstrate various ways to sharpen your turning tools such as your skews, gouges and scrapers using different sharpening systems. If time permits, you will be able to sharpen a few of your own tools under his watchful eye.
Tuition: $80.00

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Beginning Finishing with Peter Summers
All

Wednesday, January 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: I don't know how many times I have been asked, "How do you get your finish like that". In this class we will answer that very question. Through a step by step demonstration, you will learn proper wood preparation, different ways of coloring the wood, how to bring out the grain, filling the grain, and my topcoat of choice, shellac. We will cover pre mixed as well as mixing your own from flakes. But remember, the secret to a beautiful finish is not in how its applied, but wat is done to it after it dries. We will cover "rubbing" out the finish using different methods. Learn the secret to that warm glow found on period antiques.
Tuition: $70.00

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Bowl Turning 101 - Scrapers with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, January 21, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101, Fundimentals Of Wood Turning Or Basic Skills From Experience
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Bring Your Tools Or Borrow Ours.
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turned wooden bowls can make your dining experience truely memorable or create a display piece to show off your talent. This class will focus on using basic turning tools and techniques to create these wooden bowls. Wood selection and mounting for grain orientation to get the most out of each piece will be discussed along with selection of proper tools. Skills learned in this class will prepare students for our Fingernail Bowl Gouge Class.
Tuition: $140.00

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Federal Shield Back Side Chair with Ray Journigan
Closed

Part 1: Saturday, January 21, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, January 22, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 3: Saturday, February 18, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 4: Sunday, February 19, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 5: Saturday, March 18, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 6: Sunday, March 19, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 7: Saturday, April 15, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 8: Sunday, April 23, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 9: Saturday, May 20, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 10: Sunday, May 21, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This chair is patterned from one found in the Diplomatic Reception Room in Washington DC. The tapered front legs with spade feet are carved from the solid but most of the work is in shaping the back of this chair. In this class Ray will teach students how fit all the parts together with mortise and tenon joinery. Students will then learn how to make a custom scratch stock beaders to shape the face of the chair back. Next the carved elements will be demonstrated. There is a ton of hand shaping in this chair with rasps, spokeshaves, files, and scrapers! Inlay options will be discussed as well.
Tuition: $1,500.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, January 22, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, January 27, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Woodworking Fundamentals with Bret Lancaster
All

Part 1: Saturday, January 28, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, January 29, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Let Bret take you one step further with your favorite hobby. During this class you will add to your basic skills by constructing a beautiful Shaker style plant stand. Solid wood table top and tapered legs will be incorporated into this project, teaching you skills needed for furniture making.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: Includes Necessary Materials.

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Porter Cable Dovetail Jig 4200 series with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, January 29, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a jig familiarization class for the Porter Cable 42XX series 12” Dovetail Jig. Students will use their own jig and tools while making half-blind and through dovetailjoints. Dovetail design considerations, jig set up and adjustment, wood positioning in the jig,proper router technique, and joint troubleshooting will be covered in great detail. Theinstruction manual will be referenced throughout the class.The following tools are HIGHLYrecommended :At least one router with ½” collet is required for the half-blind dovetail.Tworouters with ½” collets are required for through dovetail joints.Porter Cable 42XX seriesDovetail Jig with templates, router bits, guide bushings, and auxiliary fittings.Porter CableInstruction Manual, Part No. A24602 - 12-04-07, https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24602_4210_4212_4216.pdfSupplementary Instruction Manual, Part No. A24033 - 07-06-07,https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24033_4210_4212.pdf
Tuition: $120.00
Tuition Notes: Woodworkers who own a 4210, 4212, or 4216 Porter Cable Dovetail Jig or are considering purchasing one for making dovetail joints.

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Intermediate Finishing with Mike Charlem
Intermediate

Part 1: Wednesday, February 1, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, February 8, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, February 15, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, February 22, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: The last step in furniture making has been the most difficult of all. Finishing frustrates the most experienced woodworker. This four night course will take the mystery out of finishing. Topics include: sanding, surface prep, filling grain, staining, sealing, top coating, rubbing out, and wet sand polishing.
Tuition: $250.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, February 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Make a Router Sled with Ashley Fekete
All

Saturday, February 4, 9 AM - 1 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Shop Tool Knowledge
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course covers the materials and assembly process for building a shop-made router sled, enablingthe student the ability to flatten workpieces that exceed the capacity of their planer. Students are asked to bring in their router to insure correct measurements.
Tuition: $150.00

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, February 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00

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Pyrography 201-Still Life with Jim Vogel
All

Thursday, February 9, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Take your pyrography skills to the next level with artist Jim Vogel. In this class Jim will teach you the skill of line quality and control, and the use of shading using different pen tips. With these skills students will be able to burn realistic projects creating a still life scene.
Tuition: $85.00

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Beginning Woodworking with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, February 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: New to the shop environment? Not comfortable around machinery? Spend a day getting to know your way around with one of our experienced instructors. Students will learn the purpose and safe operations of the primary stationary tools such as the tablesaw, jointer, planer, bandsaw and drill press. This hands on class will give you a taste of how these tools take raw material and turn it into finished projects. To the beginner woodworker, this class will pave the way for participation in Woodworking Fundamentals 1.
Tuition: $100.00

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Turning Lidded Box with Brian Gold

Saturday, February 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101 Or Equivelent
Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield, Basic Turning Tools,
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Students will learn how to turn lidded boxes on the lathe using scroll chucks. Turning techniques, turning tools, wood selection and finishing will be covered. Students will leave with a finished lidded box
Tuition: $175.00

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Making Picture Frames with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, February 12, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you ever gone to one of those expensive framing shops and been taken back by the cost of a picture frame? Here is the opportunity to learn how to make your own frames and save money. The Picture Framing class will show you the basics for measuring and making your own picture frames. You will be shown how to use woodworking joinery that can be incorporated in your framing projects which are not only functional, but decorative as well. You will use the jointer and table saw to square stock, the table saw and the electric miter saw to cut mitered corners, and the router table to create assorted decorative profiles for your frames. Students will make the components for an 8" X 10" picture frame.
Tuition: $100.00

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, February 15, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Flat, Square & Straight (with powertools) with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, February 16, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $75.00

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Bowl Turning 102- Fingernail Gouge with Brian Gold
Intermediate

Saturday, February 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Must have prior bowl turning experience
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a skills class designed to expand upon the techniques learned in Basic Bowl turning. You will learn how to do a push cut, pull cut, and shear scrape with a fingernail bowl gouge. Techniques used to sharpen the gouge will be presented. In addition, the student will learn advanced chucking techniques and foot treatments.
Tuition: $175.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, February 19, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Rush Weaving a Footstool/Campstool with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, February 23, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Rush seating is a very old craft - examples have been found in the tombs of Egypt, and in England, the craft has been practiced since the 14th Century. It has always been admired for its simplicity, durability, and comfort. With the recent interest in traditional crafts and vintage furniture, rush seating is once again enjoying a revival. In this class, you will assemble a heavy duty footstool (approx. 12”x9”x9” -included in tuition) and weave the top with paper fiber rush cord for a project to be proud of. The techniques learned can be used on other seating options such as chairs and barstools, and for repairing or restoring family heirlooms.
Tuition: $110.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, February 24, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Bandsaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, February 25, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The bandsaw is one of your most versatile power tools, and this class will show you how to safely get the most out of it. Mike will show you how to set up your bandsaw for consistent accuracy and teach you proper blade selection. Learn how to perform straight cuts, curves, and how to rough saw cabriole lets. You'll also learn the secrets of resawing: a technique that can save you money and add uniqueness to your projects.
Tuition: $85.00

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Cabinet Carcass Making with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, February 25, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you toyed with the idea of building your own cabinets for the kitchen, or the garage? And, as all woodworkers realize, the shop never has enough storage? If this synopsis connects with you, then Woodcraft's new Cabinet Making Series may fill the bill for you. The Cabinet Making Series is designed to maintain continuity by combining all the components of basic cabinetry in one 8hr day. Students will learn basic fundamentals in how to choose and prepare stock to construct Base Units, Upper Wall Units, Drawers and Raised Panel Doors. Stock preparation will be accomplished utilizing the jointer, planer, electric miter saw, tablesaw and router table. Cabinet carcasses will be assembled using standard techniques and face frames will be assembled and attached using the Kreg Pocket Hole System. So, come on out, learn the techniques for making your own cabinets from the planning stage to ta finished product complete with drawers and doors.
Tuition: $175.00

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Raised Panel Doors with Mike Charlem
All

Sunday, February 26, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In the raised panel door class, Mike teaches the students how to design, measure, and size the door to match the opening of the cabinet. Once that is done, students then cut out all of the parts using the miter saw, table saw, and router table. Each student will make and take home a completed raised panel door.
Tuition: $85.00

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Making Cutting Boards with Peter Summers
All

Saturday, March 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn to make a cutting board using various species of wood and machines. You will cut, joint, glue and sand. This process will result in a stunning cutting board! You will learn how to use a miter saw, table saw, jointer and sander. Some sanding and finishing will need to be completed at home.
Tuition: $120.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, March 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Dovetails Decoded with Ben Bartholomew
All

Part 1: Saturday, March 4, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, March 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Whether you're new to hand-cut joinery or have attempted dovetail joints in the past with mixed results, this class offers a practical approach to executing this time-honored joinery technique, regardless of skill level. During the course you will learn layout and marking as well as sawing and chiseling techniques which you will employ to cut both 'through' and 'half-blind' dovetails. There are numerous methods for creating these joints (with good results), but what works well for some may not work for others. In order to overcome this common problem, Ben will cover several different hand tool and technique options throughout the class which will allow for an individually tailored road map to success. By the end of this course you will have developed the confidence to tackle any project utilizing the dovetail joint
Tuition: $250.00

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Get a Handle on Knife Making with Brian Gold
All

Sunday, March 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class, Brian will teach individuals how to properly assemble and finish a knife kit. Individuals will learn how to complete their kits using different tools including a knife maker's belt grinder. Basic knife sharpening will be covered in this class.Length of class may vary.
Tuition: $85.00

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, March 8, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Woodworking Fundamentals with Bret Lancaster
All

Part 1: Saturday, March 11, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, March 12, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Let Bret take you one step further with your favorite hobby. During this class you will add to your basic skills by constructing a beautiful Shaker style plant stand. Solid wood table top and tapered legs will be incorporated into this project, teaching you skills needed for furniture making.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: Includes Necessary Materials.

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Turn a Pepper Mill with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, March 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this unique class, students will turn a pepper mill. Brian will show you that spindle turning techniques aren't only used in furniture making. If you own a lathe or were thinking about buying one, this class will show you that there is more to woodturning than bowls and pens.
Tuition: $175.00

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Women in Woodworking with Ashley Fekete
Beginner

Tuesday, March 14, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course is aimed at persons who are completely new to woodworking. Throughout this planter box project, we are using basic tools most crafters and novices would own and/or find approachable. Our goal is to create an open and intimidation free environment to encourage asking any woodworking questions while building essential skills through a fun and useful project.
Tuition: $125.00

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Basic Box Building with Bret Lancaster
All

Wednesday, March 15, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Small boxes have a wide variety of uses and make excellent gifts. They can be carved, accented with inlay or highly figured woods and decoratively changed with the router. In this class you will make a box using mitered joints and spline construction.
Tuition: $85.00

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Scroll Saw 101 with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, March 16, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The scroll saw is used to make very delicate and precise cuts in ply or hardwood to create decorative accent pieces. This 3 hour class will thoroughly review the functionality of the saw, blade options, and how it can be used most efficiently and productively.
Tuition: $75.00

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Turning 102- Advanced Spindle with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, March 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this information packed class, Brian will show you all you need to know to add turned elements to your next furniture project. While basic spindle turning will be covered in depth, you will also learn some unorthodox methods "cheaters" to achieve success. Reproducing parts without a duplicator will be covered. You will also learn what tool to choose for a particular job, how they are sharpened, offset turned legs, split turnings, and much more. With practice exercises, you will gain confidence with the gouge, scraper, and skew. After taking this class you will turn that scrap pile into more money or memories as they become candle stands or chess pieces.
Tuition: $175.00

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Router 101 with Mike Charlem
Beginner

Saturday, March 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: One of the first hand held power tools every novice wood worker should have in their arsenal is the router. With an assortment of sharp cutter bits, the router will become one of the most used small power tools in the shop. Although highly versatile, the router can be very intimidating; due to its size and the speed and torque it develops. In the Router 101 class, students will learn how to choose a router, the types of bases used with the router, and the care and feeding (maintenance) of the router. Students will also learn about the categories of router bits, the components used to identify them, what goes into the making of a router bit, and what to look for in making a choice of which bit best meets their needs. So come on out, bring your router and bits if you have them and learn basic routing techniques and tips and tricks to enhance your routing skills.
Tuition: $110.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, March 19, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Carving/Whittling a Wooden Chain with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, March 30, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: Wood carving is one of the oldest forms of art that originated the first time a human shaped a piece of wood with a sharp stone. Whittling developed when sharpened metal knives were used to carve a hand held piece of wood making whittling one of the earliest forms of carving. In this class, you will learn to carve your own wooden chain from a single piece of wood. The techniques learned can be used to make a chain of any size or length. (The Guinness World record is 487.5 feet long from a single piece of wood!)
Tuition: $85.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, March 31, 6 PM - 9 AM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, April 1, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Tablesaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, April 1, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Without a doubt, the tablesaw is the most important power tool in the shop. Safely ripping stock to width, accurately cutting parts to length, cutting angles, bevels and making tenons and tapers are just a few of the tasks that an accurately set up tablesaw excels at. Understanding how the saw works is one of the goals of this new class and basic common sense safety will be covered thoroughly. We will begin with techniques to make safe and specialized cuts such as making accurate tenons and miters. Saw blade selection, dado blades and some of the commercially available accessories will be discussed. We will also demonstrate some basic but important shop made jigs. While this class will mostly be dom only, students will have the opportunity to do some cutting on the saw in order to make sure that each participant understands the techniques being shown.
Tuition: $100.00

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, April 2, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00

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Beginning Woodworking with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, April 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: New to the shop environment? Not comfortable around machinery? Spend a day getting to know your way around with one of our experienced instructors. Students will learn the purpose and safe operations of the primary stationary tools such as the tablesaw, jointer, planer, bandsaw and drill press. This hands on class will give you a taste of how these tools take raw material and turn it into finished projects. To the beginner woodworker, this class will pave the way for participation in Woodworking Fundamentals 1.
Tuition: $100.00

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Bowl Turning 101 - Scrapers with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, April 15, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101, Fundimentals Of Wood Turning Or Basic Skills From Experience
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Bring Your Tools Or Borrow Ours.
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turned wooden bowls can make your dining experience truely memorable or create a display piece to show off your talent. This class will focus on using basic turning tools and techniques to create these wooden bowls. Wood selection and mounting for grain orientation to get the most out of each piece will be discussed along with selection of proper tools. Skills learned in this class will prepare students for our Fingernail Bowl Gouge Class.
Tuition: $140.00

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Sharpening Turning Tools with Brian Gold
All

Tuesday, April 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: If you have ever tried to sharpen a gouge, you know how frustrating it can be. We will show you how to save yourself time, frustration and money, and learn to grind your turning tools right the first time, every time. Brian will demonstrate various ways to sharpen your turning tools such as your skews, gouges and scrapers using different sharpening systems. If time permits, you will be able to sharpen a few of your own tools under his watchful eye.
Tuition: $80.00

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River Table End Table with Ashley Grider/Ashley Fekete
All

Part 1: Saturday, April 22, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, April 30, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: In this class Ashley G and Ashley F will teach you how to build a river table (end table sized) top. They will cover the construction of a basic shop made mold. The process of preparing the material as well as the measuring, mixing, and pouring of resin. Uses of pigments, curing processes, and demolding results. Finally, preparing and finishing the table top for use.They will also touch on the different types of resin, variations in mold construction, as well as a variety of finishing techniques.
Tuition: $550.00

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Porter Cable Dovetail Jig 4200 series with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, April 23, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a jig familiarization class for the Porter Cable 42XX series 12” Dovetail Jig. Students will use their own jig and tools while making half-blind and through dovetailjoints. Dovetail design considerations, jig set up and adjustment, wood positioning in the jig,proper router technique, and joint troubleshooting will be covered in great detail. Theinstruction manual will be referenced throughout the class.The following tools are HIGHLYrecommended :At least one router with ½” collet is required for the half-blind dovetail.Tworouters with ½” collets are required for through dovetail joints.Porter Cable 42XX seriesDovetail Jig with templates, router bits, guide bushings, and auxiliary fittings.Porter CableInstruction Manual, Part No. A24602 - 12-04-07, https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24602_4210_4212_4216.pdfSupplementary Instruction Manual, Part No. A24033 - 07-06-07,https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24033_4210_4212.pdf
Tuition: $120.00
Tuition Notes: Woodworkers who own a 4210, 4212, or 4216 Porter Cable Dovetail Jig or are considering purchasing one for making dovetail joints.

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, April 23, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, April 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, May 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Adirondack Chairs with Mike Charlem
All

Part 1: Saturday, May 6, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, May 7, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: Spend a weekend with Woodcraft and leave with a traditional Adirondack chair. This course is designed for the entry to intermediate level woodworker who would like to improve their furniture building skills. You will work with both power and hand tools to cut, drill, sand and assemble this classic chair. Instructions, drawings, cypress wood and fasteners are included in the tuition.
Tuition: $325.00

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Dovetails Decoded with Ben Bartholomew
All

Part 1: Saturday, May 6, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, May 7, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Whether you're new to hand-cut joinery or have attempted dovetail joints in the past with mixed results, this class offers a practical approach to executing this time-honored joinery technique, regardless of skill level. During the course you will learn layout and marking as well as sawing and chiseling techniques which you will employ to cut both 'through' and 'half-blind' dovetails. There are numerous methods for creating these joints (with good results), but what works well for some may not work for others. In order to overcome this common problem, Ben will cover several different hand tool and technique options throughout the class which will allow for an individually tailored road map to success. By the end of this course you will have developed the confidence to tackle any project utilizing the dovetail joint
Tuition: $250.00

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, May 10, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Flat, Square & Straight (with powertools) with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, May 11, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $75.00

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Pyrography 101- Burning Basics with Jim Vogel
All

Thursday, May 11, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: This class will provide an introduction to wood pyrography, the technique of decorating wood by burning a design on the surface with a wood burning tool. This can be accomplished using stencils or free hand designs. You will be shown what supplies and tools needed to begin this art form through hands on demonstration.
Tuition: $75.00

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Woodworking Fundamentals with Bret Lancaster
All

Part 1: Saturday, May 13, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, May 14, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Let Bret take you one step further with your favorite hobby. During this class you will add to your basic skills by constructing a beautiful Shaker style plant stand. Solid wood table top and tapered legs will be incorporated into this project, teaching you skills needed for furniture making.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: Includes Necessary Materials.

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Platter Turning with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, May 13, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turning shallow platters can create challenges for even an experienced wood turner. This class will show you several different ways to mount your work and turn platters including reverse chucking techniques. Bring your own tools or borrow ours. Basic sharpening will be covered.
Tuition: $175.00

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Beginning Finishing with Peter Summers
All

Wednesday, May 17, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: I don't know how many times I have been asked, "How do you get your finish like that". In this class we will answer that very question. Through a step by step demonstration, you will learn proper wood preparation, different ways of coloring the wood, how to bring out the grain, filling the grain, and my topcoat of choice, shellac. We will cover pre mixed as well as mixing your own from flakes. But remember, the secret to a beautiful finish is not in how its applied, but wat is done to it after it dries. We will cover "rubbing" out the finish using different methods. Learn the secret to that warm glow found on period antiques.
Tuition: $70.00

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Rush Weaving a Footstool/Campstool with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, May 18, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Rush seating is a very old craft - examples have been found in the tombs of Egypt, and in England, the craft has been practiced since the 14th Century. It has always been admired for its simplicity, durability, and comfort. With the recent interest in traditional crafts and vintage furniture, rush seating is once again enjoying a revival. In this class, you will assemble a heavy duty footstool (approx. 12”x9”x9” -included in tuition) and weave the top with paper fiber rush cord for a project to be proud of. The techniques learned can be used on other seating options such as chairs and barstools, and for repairing or restoring family heirlooms.
Tuition: $110.00

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Bowl Turning 102- Fingernail Gouge with Brian Gold
Intermediate

Saturday, May 20, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Must have prior bowl turning experience
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a skills class designed to expand upon the techniques learned in Basic Bowl turning. You will learn how to do a push cut, pull cut, and shear scrape with a fingernail bowl gouge. Techniques used to sharpen the gouge will be presented. In addition, the student will learn advanced chucking techniques and foot treatments.
Tuition: $175.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, May 21, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Basic Box Building with Bret Lancaster
All

Wednesday, May 24, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Small boxes have a wide variety of uses and make excellent gifts. They can be carved, accented with inlay or highly figured woods and decoratively changed with the router. In this class you will make a box using mitered joints and spline construction.
Tuition: $85.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, May 26, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Bandsaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, May 27, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The bandsaw is one of your most versatile power tools, and this class will show you how to safely get the most out of it. Mike will show you how to set up your bandsaw for consistent accuracy and teach you proper blade selection. Learn how to perform straight cuts, curves, and how to rough saw cabriole lets. You'll also learn the secrets of resawing: a technique that can save you money and add uniqueness to your projects.
Tuition: $85.00

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Cabinet Carcass Making with Lancaster Charlem
All

Saturday, May 27, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you toyed with the idea of building your own cabinets for the kitchen, or the garage? And, as all woodworkers realize, the shop never has enough storage? If this synopsis connects with you, then Woodcraft's new Cabinet Making Series may fill the bill for you. The Cabinet Making Series is designed to maintain continuity by combining all the components of basic cabinetry in 17 hours (three sessions) of classroom and ptractical hands on instruction. Students will learn bisc fundamentals in how to choose and prepare stock to construct Base Units, Upper Wall Units, Drawers and Raised Panel Doors. Stock preparation will be accomplished utilizing the jointer, planer, electric miter saw, tablesaw and router table. Cabinet carcasses will be assembled using standard techniques and face frames will be assembled and attached using the Kreg Pocket Hole System. So, come on out, learn the techniques for making your own cabinets from the planning stage to ta finished product complete with drawers and doors.
Tuition: $175.00

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Raised Panel Doors with Mike Charlem
All

Sunday, May 28, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In the raised panel door class, Mike teaches the students how to design, measure, and size the door to match the opening of the cabinet. Once that is done, students then cut out all of the parts using the miter saw, table saw, and router table. Each student will make and take home a completed raised panel door.
Tuition: $85.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, June 3, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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Make a Router Sled with Ashley Fekete
All

Saturday, June 3, 9 AM - 1 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Shop Tool Knowledge
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course covers the materials and assembly process for building a shop-made router sled, enablingthe student the ability to flatten workpieces that exceed the capacity of their planer. Students are asked to bring in their router to insure correct measurements.
Tuition: $150.00

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, June 4, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00

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Intermediate Finishing with Mike Charlem
Intermediate

Part 1: Wednesday, June 7, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 2: Wednesday, June 14, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 3: Wednesday, June 21, 6 PM - 9 PM
Part 4: Wednesday, June 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: The last step in furniture making has been the most difficult of all. Finishing frustrates the most experienced woodworker. This four night course will take the mystery out of finishing. Topics include: sanding, surface prep, filling grain, staining, sealing, top coating, rubbing out, and wet sand polishing.
Tuition: $250.00

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Pyrography 201-Still Life with Jim Vogel
All

Thursday, June 8, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Take your pyrography skills to the next level with artist Jim Vogel. In this class Jim will teach you the skill of line quality and control, and the use of shading using different pen tips. With these skills students will be able to burn realistic projects creating a still life scene.
Tuition: $85.00

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Beginning Woodworking with Bret Lancaster
All

Saturday, June 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: New to the shop environment? Not comfortable around machinery? Spend a day getting to know your way around with one of our experienced instructors. Students will learn the purpose and safe operations of the primary stationary tools such as the tablesaw, jointer, planer, bandsaw and drill press. This hands on class will give you a taste of how these tools take raw material and turn it into finished projects. To the beginner woodworker, this class will pave the way for participation in Woodworking Fundamentals 1.
Tuition: $100.00

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Turning Lidded Box with Brian Gold

Saturday, June 10, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101 Or Equivelent
Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield, Basic Turning Tools,
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Students will learn how to turn lidded boxes on the lathe using scroll chucks. Turning techniques, turning tools, wood selection and finishing will be covered. Students will leave with a finished lidded box
Tuition: $175.00

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Making Cutting Boards with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, June 11, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn to make a cutting board using various species of wood and machines. You will cut, joint, glue and sand. This process will result in a stunning cutting board! You will learn how to use a miter saw, table saw, jointer and sander. Some sanding and finishing will need to be completed at home.
Tuition: $120.00

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Women in Woodworking with Ashley Fekete
Beginner

Tuesday, June 13, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course is aimed at persons who are completely new to woodworking. Throughout this planter box project, we are using basic tools most crafters and novices would own and/or find approachable. Our goal is to create an open and intimidation free environment to encourage asking any woodworking questions while building essential skills through a fun and useful project.
Tuition: $125.00

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Scroll Saw 101 with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, June 15, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The scroll saw is used to make very delicate and precise cuts in ply or hardwood to create decorative accent pieces. This 3 hour class will thoroughly review the functionality of the saw, blade options, and how it can be used most efficiently and productively.
Tuition: $75.00

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Turning 102- Advanced Spindle with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, June 17, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this information packed class, Brian will show you all you need to know to add turned elements to your next furniture project. While basic spindle turning will be covered in depth, you will also learn some unorthodox methods "cheaters" to achieve success. Reproducing parts without a duplicator will be covered. You will also learn what tool to choose for a particular job, how they are sharpened, offset turned legs, split turnings, and much more. With practice exercises, you will gain confidence with the gouge, scraper, and skew. After taking this class you will turn that scrap pile into more money or memories as they become candle stands or chess pieces.
Tuition: $175.00

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Router 101 with Mike Charlem
Beginner

Saturday, June 17, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: One of the first hand held power tools every novice wood worker should have in their arsenal is the router. With an assortment of sharp cutter bits, the router will become one of the most used small power tools in the shop. Although highly versatile, the router can be very intimidating; due to its size and the speed and torque it develops. In the Router 101 class, students will learn how to choose a router, the types of bases used with the router, and the care and feeding (maintenance) of the router. Students will also learn about the categories of router bits, the components used to identify them, what goes into the making of a router bit, and what to look for in making a choice of which bit best meets their needs. So come on out, bring your router and bits if you have them and learn basic routing techniques and tips and tricks to enhance your routing skills.
Tuition: $110.00

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Acanthus Looking Glass with Ray Journigan
Closed

Part 1: Saturday, June 17, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, June 18, 9 AM - 5 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: Ray will provide details
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: PART 1

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, June 21, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.

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Get a Handle on Knife Making with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, June 24, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class, Brian will teach individuals how to properly assemble and finish a knife kit. Individuals will learn how to complete their kits using different tools including a knife maker's belt grinder. Basic knife sharpening will be covered in this class.Length of class may vary.
Tuition: $85.00

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, June 25, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00

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Carving/Whittling a Wooden Chain with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, June 29, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-6
Description: Wood carving is one of the oldest forms of art that originated the first time a human shaped a piece of wood with a sharp stone. Whittling developed when sharpened metal knives were used to carve a hand held piece of wood making whittling one of the earliest forms of carving. In this class, you will learn to carve your own wooden chain from a single piece of wood. The techniques learned can be used to make a chain of any size or length. (The Guinness World record is 487.5 feet long from a single piece of wood!)
Tuition: $85.00

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, June 30, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, July 1, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00

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River Table End Table with Ashley Grider/Ashley Fekete
All

Part 1: Saturday, July 1, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, July 9, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: In this class Ashley G and Ashley F will teach you how to build a river table (end table sized) top. They will cover the construction of a basic shop made mold. The process of preparing the material as well as the measuring, mixing, and pouring of resin. Uses of pigments, curing processes, and demolding results. Finally, preparing and finishing the table top for use.They will also touch on the different types of resin, variations in mold construction, as well as a variety of finishing techniques.
Tuition: $550.00

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Dovetails Decoded with Ben Bartholomew
All

Part 1: Saturday, July 1, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, July 2, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Whether you're new to hand-cut joinery or have attempted dovetail joints in the past with mixed results, this class offers a practical approach to executing this time-honored joinery technique, regardless of skill level. During the course you will learn layout and marking as well as sawing and chiseling techniques which you will employ to cut both 'through' and 'half-blind' dovetails. There are numerous methods for creating these joints (with good results), but what works well for some may not work for others. In order to overcome this common problem, Ben will cover several different hand tool and technique options throughout the class which will allow for an individually tailored road map to success. By the end of this course you will have developed the confidence to tackle any project utilizing the dovetail joint
Tuition: $250.00

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Tablesaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, July 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Without a doubt, the tablesaw is the most important power tool in the shop. Safely ripping stock to width, accurately cutting parts to length, cutting angles, bevels and making tenons and tapers are just a few of the tasks that an accurately set up tablesaw excels at. Understanding how the saw works is one of the goals of this new class and basic common sense safety will be covered thoroughly. We will begin with techniques to make safe and specialized cuts such as making accurate tenons and miters. Saw blade selection, dado blades and some of the commercially available accessories will be discussed. We will also demonstrate some basic but important shop made jigs. While this class will mostly be dom only, students will have the opportunity to do some cutting on the saw in order to make sure that each participant understands the techniques being shown.
Tuition: $100.00

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Turn a Pepper Mill with Brian Gold
All

Saturday, July 8, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this unique class, students will turn a pepper mill. Brian will show you that spindle turning techniques aren't only used in furniture making. If you own a lathe or were thinking about buying one, this class will show you that there is more to woodturning than bowls and pens.
Tuition: $175.00

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Bowl Turning 101 - Scrapers with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, July 15, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Turning 101, Fundimentals Of Wood Turning Or Basic Skills From Experience
Tools Required: Safety Glasses, Bring Your Tools Or Borrow Ours.
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Turned wooden bowls can make your dining experience truely memorable or create a display piece to show off your talent. This class will focus on using basic turning tools and techniques to create these wooden bowls. Wood selection and mounting for grain orientation to get the most out of each piece will be discussed along with selection of proper tools. Skills learned in this class will prepare students for our Fingernail Bowl Gouge Class.
Tuition: $140.00

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Sharpening Turning Tools with Brian Gold
All

Tuesday, July 18, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: If you have ever tried to sharpen a gouge, you know how frustrating it can be. We will show you how to save yourself time, frustration and money, and learn to grind your turning tools right the first time, every time. Brian will demonstrate various ways to sharpen your turning tools such as your skews, gouges and scrapers using different sharpening systems. If time permits, you will be able to sharpen a few of your own tools under his watchful eye.
Tuition: $80.00

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Basic Box Building with Bret Lancaster
All

Wednesday, July 19, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Small boxes have a wide variety of uses and make excellent gifts. They can be carved, accented with inlay or highly figured woods and decoratively changed with the router. In this class you will make a box using mitered joints and spline construction.
Tuition: $85.00

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Porter Cable Dovetail Jig 4200 series with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, July 23, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a jig familiarization class for the Porter Cable 42XX series 12” Dovetail Jig. Students will use their own jig and tools while making half-blind and through dovetailjoints. Dovetail design considerations, jig set up and adjustment, wood positioning in the jig,proper router technique, and joint troubleshooting will be covered in great detail. Theinstruction manual will be referenced throughout the class.The following tools are HIGHLYrecommended :At least one router with ½” collet is required for the half-blind dovetail.Tworouters with ½” collets are required for through dovetail joints.Porter Cable 42XX seriesDovetail Jig with templates, router bits, guide bushings, and auxiliary fittings.Porter CableInstruction Manual, Part No. A24602 - 12-04-07, https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24602_4210_4212_4216.pdfSupplementary Instruction Manual, Part No. A24033 - 07-06-07,https://www.toolservicenet.com/i/PORTERCABLE/GLOBALBOM/QU/4210/1/Instruction_Manual/EN/A24033_4210_4212.pdf
Tuition: $120.00
Tuition Notes: Woodworkers who own a 4210, 4212, or 4216 Porter Cable Dovetail Jig or are considering purchasing one for making dovetail joints.

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, July 28, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00

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Woodworking Fundamentals with Bret Lancaster
All

Part 1: Saturday, July 29, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, July 30, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses & Hearing Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Let Bret take you one step further with your favorite hobby. During this class you will add to your basic skills by constructing a beautiful Shaker style plant stand. Solid wood table top and tapered legs will be incorporated into this project, teaching you skills needed for furniture making.
Tuition: $300.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Saturday, July 29, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Turning 101 - Lathe Basics with Brian Gold
Beginner

Saturday, August 5, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses Or Face Shield
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Want to learn the basics of wood turning or refresh your skills from Jr. High shop class? This class covers the basics, including shop and lathe safety, tool identification and selection, mounting wood to the lathe and wood selection. In the first half of the class students will turn the handle for a 1/4" turning tool to take home. In the second half they will work on a small project determined by the instructor.
Tuition: $140.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Adirondack Chairs with Mike Charlem
All

Part 1: Saturday, August 5, 9 AM - 5 PM
Part 2: Sunday, August 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 4-6
Description: Spend a weekend with Woodcraft and leave with a traditional Adirondack chair. This course is designed for the entry to intermediate level woodworker who would like to improve their furniture building skills. You will work with both power and hand tools to cut, drill, sand and assemble this classic chair. Instructions, drawings, cypress wood and fasteners are included in the tuition.
Tuition: $325.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Advanced Dovetail Techniques with Ben Bartholomew
All

Sunday, August 6, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Dovetails decoded/ or proficient in handcut dovetail techniques
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In this class you will learn how to execute more complex dovetail joinery such as houndstooth, inlay, and angled/skewed dovetails. Thisbeautiful joinery is often used in decorative boxes, serving trays, and chests, but can also be used in traditional drawer construction to set a special piece of furniture apart from the ordinary. If you’re looking to step up your woodworking game, this is the class for you!
Tuition: $185.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Flat, Square & Straight (with powertools) with Mike Charlem
All

Thursday, August 10, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In order to get clean, tight-fitting joints in your woodworking projects, you must be able to accurately flatten, square, and true-up your boards before you even begin the joinery. In this class, you'll learn how the Jointer, Planer, and Tablesaw work together to help you accomplish this fundamental, but necessary task.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Make a Router Sled with Ashley Fekete
All

Saturday, August 12, 9 AM - 1 PM

Prerequisite: Basic Shop Tool Knowledge
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This course covers the materials and assembly process for building a shop-made router sled, enablingthe student the ability to flatten workpieces that exceed the capacity of their planer. Students are asked to bring in their router to insure correct measurements.
Tuition: $150.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Making Picture Frames with Peter Summers
All

Sunday, August 13, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you ever gone to one of those expensive framing shops and been taken back by the cost of a picture frame? Here is the opportunity to learn how to make your own frames and save money. The Picture Framing class will show you the basics for measuring and making your own picture frames. You will be shown how to use woodworking joinery that can be incorporated in your framing projects which are not only functional, but decorative as well. You will use the jointer and table saw to square stock, the table saw and the electric miter saw to cut mitered corners, and the router table to create assorted decorative profiles for your frames. Students will make the components for an 8" X 10" picture frame.
Tuition: $100.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Rush Weaving a Footstool/Campstool with Jerry Hedrick
All

Thursday, August 17, 5 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Rush seating is a very old craft - examples have been found in the tombs of Egypt, and in England, the craft has been practiced since the 14th Century. It has always been admired for its simplicity, durability, and comfort. With the recent interest in traditional crafts and vintage furniture, rush seating is once again enjoying a revival. In this class, you will assemble a heavy duty footstool (approx. 12”x9”x9” -included in tuition) and weave the top with paper fiber rush cord for a project to be proud of. The techniques learned can be used on other seating options such as chairs and barstools, and for repairing or restoring family heirlooms.
Tuition: $110.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Bowl Turning 102- Fingernail Gouge with Brian Gold
Intermediate

Saturday, August 19, 9 AM - 5 PM

Prerequisite: Must have prior bowl turning experience
Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: This is a skills class designed to expand upon the techniques learned in Basic Bowl turning. You will learn how to do a push cut, pull cut, and shear scrape with a fingernail bowl gouge. Techniques used to sharpen the gouge will be presented. In addition, the student will learn advanced chucking techniques and foot treatments.
Tuition: $175.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Introduction To CNC with Jason Carr
All

Wednesday, August 23, 6 PM - 9 PM

Class Size: 2-8
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine and fundamentals of how to design and machine a simple sign. This class will focus solely on software usage on your personal laptop. Nothing will be physically made in this class.
Tuition: $75.00
Tuition Notes: Students Are Required To Bring A Laptop With The Vcarve Demo Installed For Easier Walk Through.NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Date Night with Brian Gold
All

Friday, August 25, 6 PM - 9 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-4 couples
Description: Do you and your significant other want to learn basic wood working skills and have fun creating a one of a kind project together? We will provide the food, soft drinks, and materials. You only need to show up and be ready to make some saw dust. Projects will vary from month to month and will consist of small projects such as pens, bottle stoppers/openers, pepper grinders, etc. The tuition of $220 is per couple.
Tuition: $220.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Bandsaw Basics with Mike Charlem
All

Saturday, August 26, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: The bandsaw is one of your most versatile power tools, and this class will show you how to safely get the most out of it. Mike will show you how to set up your bandsaw for consistent accuracy and teach you proper blade selection. Learn how to perform straight cuts, curves, and how to rough saw cabriole lets. You'll also learn the secrets of resawing: a technique that can save you money and add uniqueness to your projects.
Tuition: $85.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Cabinet Carcass Making with Lancaster Charlem
All

Saturday, August 26, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Have you toyed with the idea of building your own cabinets for the kitchen, or the garage? And, as all woodworkers realize, the shop never has enough storage? If this synopsis connects with you, then Woodcraft's new Cabinet Making Series may fill the bill for you. The Cabinet Making Series is designed to maintain continuity by combining all the components of basic cabinetry in 17 hours (three sessions) of classroom and ptractical hands on instruction. Students will learn bisc fundamentals in how to choose and prepare stock to construct Base Units, Upper Wall Units, Drawers and Raised Panel Doors. Stock preparation will be accomplished utilizing the jointer, planer, electric miter saw, tablesaw and router table. Cabinet carcasses will be assembled using standard techniques and face frames will be assembled and attached using the Kreg Pocket Hole System. So, come on out, learn the techniques for making your own cabinets from the planning stage to ta finished product complete with drawers and doors.
Tuition: $175.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Raised Panel Doors with Mike Charlem
All

Sunday, August 27, 9 AM - 5 PM

Tools Required: Eye And Ear Protection
Class Size: 2-6
Description: In the raised panel door class, Mike teaches the students how to design, measure, and size the door to match the opening of the cabinet. Once that is done, students then cut out all of the parts using the miter saw, table saw, and router table. Each student will make and take home a completed raised panel door.
Tuition: $85.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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Pen Turning with Jason Carr
All

Sunday, August 27, 12 PM - 4 PM

Tools Required: Safety Glasses
Class Size: 2-6
Description: Learn the art of turning your own pens, pencils, and other small objects on the wood lathe. Go from a rough blank to a finished pen, learning all you need to know to make these beautiful holiday gifts. Participants will complete a pen during the class session.
Tuition: $80.00
Tuition Notes: NO REFUNDS/RESCHEDULES LESS THAN 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS

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