INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING

INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING

INTRODUCTION TO WOODWORKING: BASICS AND SAFETY

Are you interested in learning woodworking basics? This introductory course is designed to teach milling and joinery techniques which can be used to build many projects utilizing hand tools to commercial equipment. Students will build their own cutting board and hand-carved spoon to practice these techniques. An introduction to the Lathe and CNC will also be included and the class will culminate in a group project. No experience necessary. Supplies included.

If you have already taken woodworking classes through our Operation Art Program, there is opportunity for this to be a hybrid class of beginner woodworkers and more experienced students.

**This is an in-person class. The safety of our students and instructors is our top priority. The setup of this class allows for students to physically distance and COVID protocols are followed.

CLASS DETAILS

LOCATION: The Maker’s Space, 2101 Harrod Street, Unit 8, Raleigh, NC 27604 (See directions here)

INSTRUCTOR: James Turner

CLASS TIME: Thursdays, 6pm-9pm

DATES: May 27, 2021 – July 1, 2021

COST: $25

If you are unable to pay the $25 registration fee, please follow this link.

PREREQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTES: ages 18+; * This class will be in-person and we will be following recommended COVID protocols.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: May 26, 2021

Please email katie@thejoelfund if you are interested in taking this class and it is past the registration deadline.

Introduction to Woodworking Registration Form