Intro to Power Tools: Build a Small Table
Intro to Power Tools: Build a Small Table w/ Rose Holdorf
Monday March 11th, Wednesday March 13th, and Monday March 18th, 5-8 pm (feel free to bring snacks)
Ages • Adults and 12+ with an adult
Cost • $90
Location • Milling Shop
Do you hesitate to use power tools because they seem dangerous or intimidating? In this 3 part evening class for community members, learn the basics of furniture building AND learn safe and proper ways to use power tools you’d find in a standard wood shop. We’ll start with wood sourced from the local lumber yard and square it, cut it to dimension, and join the parts to build a simple and functional table, good as a small writing desk, door entry table, or dining surface for two. Students will have the opportunity to work with a planer, joiner, bandsaw, table saw, drill press, and an assortment of other woodworking tools to build a 20 x 35 inch table, about 30 inches tall. This class is great for beginners and emerging woodworkers who want to gain safe confidence in using power tools.
To register: Call North House or stop by the School Store, open seven days a week, 8 am-5 pm. These are designed for community participation, no local discount applies. If you sign up and need to cancel, you can be refunded up to three weeks before the class start date- within three weeks of the start date there are no refunds.
Date & Time
March 11, 2019
5:00PM - 8:00PM