Youth WoodWorking 102
Experience hands-on woodworking with Lyndon Crossman in this 10 week immersive course. This course is a continuation of Youth Woodworking 101. Students will continue working on projects and review, strengthen the skills gained in Youth Woodworking 101. A wide range of woodworking skills and knowledge will be shared. Youth will cover topics that will support the process of going from idea to finished project. There are a range of techniques in woodworking to bring an idea into existence. From choosing materials to drafting their own patterns, youth will be introduced to a wide range of woodworking skills using rasps, hand saws, chisels, mallets and more. By the end of this course youth will have had the opportunity to learn and practice cutting and sawing, drilling, sanding, gluing and bonding, coating and finishing. This course is a great foundational starting point for anyone’s woodworking journey by touching on all the basics in a fun, hands-on approach. A diverse range of project options will be available for participants to select from. Participants are welcomed and encouraged to think of their own too.
Category: Hand Tools, Carving
Instructor: Lyndon Crossman
Duration: 20 hours
Additional shop instruction time available at $10/hr during scheduled practice time.
Course Fee: $300 Material Fee dependent on projects selected by participant.
Maximum Class Size: 6
Dates: Wednesday | Jan 18 – March 29 | 1:00p.m. – 3:00 p.m. ***No Class February 22
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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