Beginning Woodworking for Women Spring 2016
“Gail creates a non-patronizing environment, encourages a mix and balance of support and independence, and maintains a focus on safety. She facilitates people for high level, challenging projects and guides them through the skill sets needed. I’ve been able to design and build real projects that are individual and meaningful.”
Robbie (Woodworking for Women)
This class is designed for women who have not had much (or any at all) experience working with wood or tools. Participants will have a chance to explore their creative and practical, problem solving sides, and learn about safety, design, wood, power tools and some hand tools in a supportive learning environment. Machines such as the joiner, planer, table saw, drill press, miter saw, and band saw will be covered as well as drills, routers, and sanders. Each participant will design and build a small project of individual choice. Classes are limited to four participants.
Fee: $285 covers instruction and general supplies. Wood, hardware and any special items needed for the chosen project are not included. Participants can acquire their own wood, or have instructor purchase for reimbursement.
Class Session Options:
Wednesdays, April 6 through May 25, 2016
630-9 p.m. Eight weeks.
Thursdays, April 7 through May 26, 2016
6:30-9 p.m. Eight weeks.
Daytime classes can be scheduled if there are a minimum of three participants. Day and time to be explored by those interested.
Contact for availability, print out registration form and send with payment.