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Class Date Time Price  
Introduction to Furniture Making (Private Class)
Contact CUW School of Woodworking for more information on Private Classes
04/09/2016 - 04/10/2016 Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm $249 Details
Build Your Own Natural-Edge Table or Bench
Class in progress
04/16/2016 - 04/24/2016 2 weekends
Sat-Sun(s), 8:30am-5pm
$460 Details
Bottle Stopper
Class in Progress.
04/18/2016 Mon, 6pm-9pm $65 Details
Basic Woodworking (Parkland Class)
Class in progress
04/19/2016 - 04/27/2016 2 weeks
Tue-Wed(s), 6pm–9pm
$295 Details
Green-Wood Bowl Turning
Registration closed, next session is 5/24
04/27/2016 Wed, 8am-4pm $160 Details
Mission Style Hall Table
Class in Progress.
04/28/2016 - 04/30/2016 Thu-Sat, 6pm-9pm $215 Details
Natural Edge Bowls
Registration closed. Next session is 5/25/16
04/28/2016 Thu, 8am-4pm $160 Details
Beginning Woodworking I
Space available due to last minute cancellation.
04/30/2016 - 05/01/2016 Sat and Sun, 9am-4pm $215 Details
Advanced Pen Turning - Mother's Day
05/03/2016 Tue, 6pm-9pm $85 Details
Introduction to Woodturning - Session 2 (Parkland Class)
Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
05/04/2016 - 05/19/2016 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-8:30pm
$295 Details
Maloof Style Sculpted Rocker
Registration closed. Contact classes@CUwodshop.com to be notified when this class is scheduled again.
05/06/2016 - 05/22/2016 3 weekends
Fri-Sun(s), 8am-5pm
$1,600 Details
Green-Wood Bowl Turning
05/24/2016 Tue, 8am-4pm $160 Details
Natural Edge Bowls
05/25/2016 Wed, 8am-4pm $160 Details
Introduction to Woodworking - Session 1 (Parkland Class)
Parkland registration is open now! Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
05/31/2016 - 06/08/2016 2 weeks
Tue-Wed(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Introduction to Pen Turning
06/08/2016 Wed, 6pm-9pm $75 Details
Beginning Woodworking I
06/11/2016 - 06/12/2016 Sat and Sun, 9am-4pm $215 Details
Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
Parkland registration is open now!
06/21/2016 - 06/29/2016 Tue(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Wed (Jun 29), 6pm-9pm at CUW School
$215 Details
Build a Windsor-Style Stool with Luke Barnett
06/24/2016 - 06/26/2016 Fri-Sun, 8:30am-5pm $380 Details
Basic Woodworking (Parkland Class)
Parkland registration is open now!
07/11/2016 - 07/19/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$249 Details
Build an Acoustic Guitar with Nick Cioni
07/22/2016 - 07/24/2016 Fri, 5:30pm-10pm; Sat-Sun 8:30am-5pm $655 Details
Learn to Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets (Parkland Class)
Parkland registration is open now!
07/30/2016 - 07/31/2016 Sat-Sun, 8:30am-5pm $279 Details
Introduction to Woodworking - Session 2 (Parkland Class)
Parkland registration is open now! Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
08/08/2016 - 08/16/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Advanced Pen Turning - Over and Under
09/07/2016 Wed, 6pm-9pm $85 Details
Stickley Tall Clock
Registration closes 30 days prior to first session
09/12/2016 - 09/16/2016 Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm $795 Details
Introduction to Pen Turning
10/11/2016 Tue, 6pm-9pm $75 Details

  Introduction to Furniture Making (Private Class)
  Contact CUW School of Woodworking for more information on Private Classes
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 04/09/2016 - 04/10/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm
Description: Learn a wide variety of woodworking techniques as you build a cherry candle-stand table with turned pedestal, curved legs, sliding dovetails, and a round top. Students will use the lathe to turn the “wine-bottle” shaped pedestal and the planer, jointer, band saw, table saw, router, and sander to form the other components. This is a beautiful project with which to learn new skills and hone up some of the old ones as well.
Cost: 249.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Completion of Introduction to Woodworking or equivalent woodworking experience is recommended.

All materials included. Please bring your own safety glasses and hearing protectors if you have them.
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  Build Your Own Natural-Edge Table or Bench
  Class in progress
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 04/16/2016 - 04/24/2016
Time: 2 weekends
Sat-Sun(s), 8:30am-5pm
Description: Coffee tables, end tables, and benches made from natural edge, or live edge wooden slabs can make wonderful and unique additions to your home. Although the size and bulk wooden slabs may be intimidating, they are not that difficult to build if you know the tricks. Students will purchase the slab or slabs of their choice prior to the beginning of the class. CU Woodshop Supply will have a variety of slabs to choose from that will allow creating tables and benches up to 72” long and 24” wide.

We will use a router and frame to level the slabs while traditional mortise and tenon joinery or Festool Dominos will be used to join the legs to the top. To add a unique design feature, a butterfly joint can be used to highlight and strengthen a natural crack. Proper sanding and finishing techniques will be used to achieve a beautiful piece of furniture with a luxurious finish.
Cost: 460.00
Notes: Does not include materials. A natural-edge slab should be chosen and purchased separately before the beginning of the class. Cost of slab can range from $100 to $300 or more depending on the size and type of wood chosen.
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  Bottle Stopper
  Class in Progress.
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 04/18/2016 - 04/18/2016
Time: Mon, 6pm-9pm
Description: In this class you will turn a bottle stopper on the lathe. We will use Easy Wood tools to turn a wooden blank into a decorative shape. It will then be attached to the proper hardware creating a stopper you will take home to reseal your favorite wine or spirits bottle. No prior wood-turning experience is needed. If you have previously turned a pen or other small object, this will be a rewarding extension of your wood-turning skills and techniques. You may wish to sketch a shape you would like to create from the picture below or other source. All supplies (including a wooden blank), tools, and finishing materials will be provided. However, if you have a piece of wood or other suitable material that you wish to use, please bring it. This blank should be about 1.5-2” square by 2-3” long. Face shields and safety glasses are also furnished. A dust mask is strongly recommended; please bring one of your choosing.
Cost: 65.00
Notes: Registration closed. Email classes@CUwoodshop.com if you would like to be notified the next time this class is offered.
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  Basic Woodworking (Parkland Class)
  Class in progress
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 04/19/2016 - 04/27/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Tue-Wed(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: This 2 week class is intended for those who have taken Introduction to Woodworking, or have had some previous experience with woodworking tools. Students will learn how to safely use the jointer, planer, tablesaw, miter saw, band saw, drill press, and router table to build an attractive Country Cabinet with Towel Rack.
Cost: 295.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
Class PDF: Download
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  Green-Wood Bowl Turning
  Registration closed, next session is 5/24
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 04/27/2016 - 04/27/2016
Time: Wed, 8am-4pm
Description: Learn face grain turning while turning a regular shaped bowl and a Skinny (thin walled) bowl from green (unseasoned) wood. Proper technique, tools, safety, and sharpening bowl gouges will be taught.
Cost: 160.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Some woodturning experience and knowledge of the wood lathe is necessary for this class. Price includes 2 bowl blanks. Please bring your own lunch. Comments: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, face shields, and dust masks.
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  Mission Style Hall Table
  Class in Progress.
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 04/28/2016 - 04/30/2016
Time: Thu-Sat, 6pm-9pm
Description: You can build one of these elegant hall tables of domestically-grown cherry in three classes. You will learn some additional skills in the use of a table saw, planer, joiner, sanders and drills. The finished table dimensions are 48” long X 14” deep X 32” high. Pictured below is a cherry table; one made of oak is on display at CU Woodshop Supply. You will have a fully assembled table to take home at the end of the third class. It will then be ready to do a light final sanding and apply a finish of your choice, which we discuss in the final class.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: A beginning woodworking class or other basic woodworking experience is strongly recommended. Class registration closes 4/21/2016
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  Natural Edge Bowls
  Registration closed. Next session is 5/25/16
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 04/28/2016 - 04/28/2016
Time: Thu, 8am-4pm
Description: Enrich your bowl turning experience by turning a couple of natural edge bowls. Learn tricks for making your natural edge bowls look great even when the bark is lost.
Cost: 160.00
Notes: Must have taken Green Wood Bowl Turning. Must also have knowledge of the woodturning lathe and be familiar with the use of a bowl gouge. Price includes 2 bowl blanks. Please bring your own lunch. Comments: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, face shields, and dust masks.
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  Beginning Woodworking I
  Space available due to last minute cancellation.
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 04/30/2016 - 05/01/2016
Time: Sat and Sun, 9am-4pm
Description: This class is intended for those with no woodworking experience who would like to learn the basic skills required to build their own projects from wood. Students will learn to safely use the table saw, miter saw, jointer, planer, bandsaw, and power sanders to create a simple project. The skills learned in this class will prepare you to take more advanced classes where you can build beautiful furniture pieces for your home.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring a snack lunch each day and their own safety glasses and hearing protection if they have them.
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  Advanced Pen Turning - Mother's Day
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 05/03/2016 - 05/03/2016
Time: Tue, 6pm-9pm
Description: The Majestic Squire pen is a very elegant instrument that is ideally suited for either a male or female scribe. The pen clasp is set with a sparkling Swarovski Crystal demonstrating the sophisticated good taste of the owner. Participants will expand the turning and finishing skills learned in the basic pen-turning class to produce a prize for themselves or to present as a cherished gift for a special person. Hint: Mother's Day is just a few days away on Sunday, May 8th. You might also choose to give this class to someone that you think might like to make his/her own instrument. This pen will have Titanium Nitride hardware coatings that provide great durability and will maintain its beauty for years to come. A selection of exotic hardwoods will be available to choose from including Black and White Ebony, Black Ebony, Kingwood, Tulipwood, and Olivewood. You may also purchase a wood blank of your choosing at the CU Woodshop or bring one of your own. You will take home your handsome pen at the end of this class to use or present as a gift. Handsome gift boxes are available for purchase at CU WoodShop Supply.
Cost: 85.00
Notes: Includes the Gold & Black TN Pen Kit, an exotic wood blank, use of the tools & lathes, and finishing supplies.

Participants are encouraged to have taken the basic pen-turning class or done previous spindle turning.

You are encouraged to bring your own safety glasses, dust mask and any desired hearing protection.

Registration Deadline: 4/26/2016
Class PDF: Download
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  Introduction to Woodturning - Session 2 (Parkland Class)
  Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 05/04/2016 - 05/19/2016
Time: 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-8:30pm
Description: Skilled craftsmen have been using the lathe for woodturning for centuries. Join professional woodturner, Jerry Rhoads in the CU Woodshop School of Woodworking to learn how you can turn a piece of wood into a work of art.
Cost: 295.00
Notes: Recommended book: Woodturning, a Foundation Course by Keith Rowley.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and dust masks.
Class PDF: Download
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  Maloof Style Sculpted Rocker
  Registration closed. Contact classes@CUwodshop.com to be notified when this class is scheduled again.
Instructor: John Garrison
Dates: 05/06/2016 - 05/22/2016
Time: 3 weekends
Fri-Sun(s), 8am-5pm
Description: The beautiful flow and joinery of a Sculpted Rocking Chair is regarded in the top of the woodworking field. The process of building one will open up your woodworking skills to a new level. This chair is amazingly comfortable and will be passed down to many generations.

This is an intensive 9 day class in which you will learn techniques of cold bent lamination, coopering, compound cove cutting, radius mortise and tenon, shaping with routers, grinders, rasps, and drums; the list goes on and on. This chair can be made from a variety of different woods. Curly Maple, Walnut, and Cherry make beautiful chairs.
Cost: 1600.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Intermediate to advanced skills, you will need experience with the band saw, table saw, and router before taking this class.

Materials are NOT INCLUDED and will cost from $500 to $900+, depending on wood selected. You will want to use the best wood you can get for this beautiful rocker.
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  Green-Wood Bowl Turning
 
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 05/24/2016 - 05/24/2016
Time: Tue, 8am-4pm
Description: Learn face grain turning while turning a regular shaped bowl and a Skinny (thin walled) bowl from green (unseasoned) wood. Proper technique, tools, safety, and sharpening bowl gouges will be taught.
Cost: 160.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Some woodturning experience and knowledge of the wood lathe is necessary for this class. Price includes 2 bowl blanks. Please bring your own lunch. Comments: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, face shields, and dust masks.
Class PDF: Download
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  Natural Edge Bowls
 
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 05/25/2016 - 05/25/2016
Time: Wed, 8am-4pm
Description: Enrich your bowl turning experience by turning a couple of natural edge bowls. Learn tricks for making your natural edge bowls look great even when the bark is lost.
Cost: 160.00
Notes: Must have taken Green Wood Bowl Turning. Must also have knowledge of the woodturning lathe and be familiar with the use of a bowl gouge. Price includes 2 bowl blanks. Please bring your own lunch. Comments: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, face shields, and dust masks.
Class PDF: Download
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  Introduction to Woodworking - Session 1 (Parkland Class)
  Parkland registration is open now! Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 05/31/2016 - 06/08/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Tue-Wed(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: Skilled craftsmen have been using the lathe for woodturning for centuries. Join professional woodturner, Jerry Rhoads in the CU Woodshop School of Woodworking to learn how you can turn a piece of wood into a work of art.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: Recommended book: Woodturning, a Foundation Course by Keith Rowley.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and dust masks.
Class PDF: Download
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  Introduction to Pen Turning
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 06/08/2016 - 06/08/2016
Time: Wed, 6pm-9pm
Description: Students will learn basic spindle-turning skills to turn and assemble a beautiful wooden Slimline (7mm) style pen. You will learn how to use Easy Wood Tools to turn and then assemble the various components in a pen kit, as well as the mandrel, pen mill, and pen press. Each student will take home a personally crafted pen to use or give as a gift to someone special.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: No previous experience needed.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and dust masks.

Registration Deadline: 6/1/2016
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  Beginning Woodworking I
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 06/11/2016 - 06/12/2016
Time: Sat and Sun, 9am-4pm
Description: This class is intended for those with no woodworking experience who would like to learn the basic skills required to build their own projects from wood. Students will learn to safely use the table saw, miter saw, jointer, planer, bandsaw, and power sanders to create a simple project. The skills learned in this class will prepare you to take more advanced classes where you can build beautiful furniture pieces for your home.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring a snack lunch each day and their own safety glasses and hearing protection if they have them.
Class PDF: Download
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  Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
  Parkland registration is open now!
Instructor: Allan Tuchman
Dates: 06/21/2016 - 06/29/2016
Time: Tue(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Wed (Jun 29), 6pm-9pm at CUW School
Description: The CNC router is a tool for cutting and carving wood. It is widely used to achieve high accuracy and repeatability while decreasing production time. This tool is now available to the small woodworking shop, furniture maker and woodworking hobbyist. The key to using CNC technology is the Computer aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) software. This class will provide an introduction to CNC routers and teach the fundamentals of CAD/CAM software using a popular package, VCarve Pro. You will create your own wooden sign which you will carve on one of the CNC machines at CU Woodshop Supply.
Cost: 215.00
Notes: Students must be comfortable working with Windows PC’s and using a computer mouse. Experience with design, graphics, or photo editing software is helpful. A free trial copy of VCarve Pro can be downloaded from www.vectric.com
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  Build a Windsor-Style Stool with Luke Barnett
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 06/24/2016 - 06/26/2016
Time: Fri-Sun, 8:30am-5pm
Description: Build a hand-carved Windsor-style stool. The instructor will demonstrate how to split and rive parts for the stool from green oak logs. Then using partially air-dried wood, students will shape the parts with a shave horse, drawknife, and spokeshave. The legs will be steam bent and set aside to dry while other parts are being made. Students will learn to carve the seat using traditional seat carving techniques.
Cost: 380.00
Notes: All materials included. Fee increases to $420 on May 23. Last date to register is June 10.

Prerequisites/skill level required: No woodworking experience necessary but having first taken the Shave Horse and Spoon Carving classes would be very beneficial.

Bring a sack lunch and your own safety glasses if you have them.
Class PDF: Download
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  Basic Woodworking (Parkland Class)
  Parkland registration is open now!
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 07/11/2016 - 07/19/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: This 2 week class is intended for those who have taken Introduction to Woodworking, or have had some previous experience with woodworking tools. Students will learn how to safely use the jointer, planer, tablesaw, miter saw, band saw, drill press, and router table to build an attractive Country Cabinet with Towel Rack.
Cost: 249.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
Class PDF: Download
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  Build an Acoustic Guitar with Nick Cioni
 
Instructor: Nick Cioni
Dates: 07/22/2016 - 07/24/2016
Time: Fri, 5:30pm-10pm; Sat-Sun 8:30am-5pm
Description: The process of building an acoustic guitar is a great accomplishment for any woodworker! The art of lutherie (instrument making) has been evolving for hundreds of years and this guitar making class is an ideal introduction to the process of building beautiful guitars. It’s easy to get discouraged by the complexity of building an acoustic instrument, but this class will break down the critical process of instrument construction and empower each woodworker to move their skills forward and gain a better understanding of modern instrument building.

All luthiers say that it takes a lifetime to become a master, but this class will be a great benefit even for an experienced instrument maker. Whether you have made several instruments and want to refine your craft or have never built an instrument before, this class will present a functional construction process and focus on the critical points of building a high quality instrument. In addition to constructing the guitar kit, the class will introduce wood bending for instrument sides, top joining, top thicknessing, and basic instrument “voicing.” The class will also cover inlay techniques and address individual concerns on customizing guitars and building from scratch when working from instrument plans for those who plan to build on their own.
Cost: 655.00
Notes: Includes guitar kit, materials, and supplies. Fee increases to $720 on June 22. Last date to register is July 8.

Prerequisites/skill level required: Beginner, no prerequistite required.
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  Learn to Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets (Parkland Class)
  Parkland registration is open now!
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 07/30/2016 - 07/31/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 8:30am-5pm
Description: Participates will help build a lower and an upper kitchen cabinet as a class project and get hands on experience in building face frames, carcasses, raised panel doors, and dovetailed drawers. If you are considering building your own cabinets this introduction will help start you on your way.
Cost: 279.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring a sack lunch and their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Introduction to Woodworking - Session 2 (Parkland Class)
  Parkland registration is open now! Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 08/08/2016 - 08/16/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: This class is intended for those with no woodworking experience who would like to learn basic skills. The class will teach you how to select and prepare lumber and how to safely use hand tools and power tools to complete a simple project.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection if they have them.
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  Advanced Pen Turning - Over and Under
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 09/07/2016 - 09/07/2016
Time: Wed, 6pm-9pm
Description: Students will use the turning and finishing skills learned in the basic pen-turning class to make this handsome pen. Inspired by the popular Over and Under combination rifle/shotgun, this 24kt Gold Rollerball pen will make the perfect gift for any hunter, sportsman, or gun enthusiast. Either make it for her/him or give this class as a gift. All facets of this roller ball pen are big and impressive, including a simulated 12ga shotgun shell cap, a .30 caliber cartridge pen body, and a shotgun clip. A selection of exotic hardwoods will be available to choose from. You may also purchase a ¾”(sq) x 5” wood blank of your choosing at the CU Woodshop or bring one of your own. You will take home your handsome pen at the end of this class to use or present as a gift. Several styles of pen boxes are also available at CU Woodshop.
Cost: 85.00
Notes: Includes the Over and Under Shotgun 24kt Gold Roller Ball Pen Kit, an exotic wood blank, use of the tools & lathes, and finishing supplies.

Prerequisites/skill level required: Students are encouraged to have taken Intro to Pen Turning or have done previous spindle turning.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses, dust mask and any desired hearing protection.

Registration Deadline: 8/31/2016
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  Stickley Tall Clock
  Registration closes 30 days prior to first session
Instructor: John Garrison
Dates: 09/12/2016 - 09/16/2016
Time: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
Description: This clock was originally designed by L & JG Stickley circa 1910. Originals lately have sold for $50,000 to $70,000. The original clock is housed at the historic Stickley Craftsman Farm in New Jersey. Stickley reproductions sell at fine furniture stores for over $6,500. Building the Tall Clock will require a great deal of hard work. You will be building a family heirloom that will last for generations. The clock is made from beautiful quarter-sawn white oak and has a high quality movement. This design features classic Stickley craftsmanship. In our 5 day class you will learn about mortise and tenon techniques, frame and panel construction, building door and the secrets of fitting them in the case. We will cover finishing techniques and installation of clock components and hardware. You will have a great sense of accomplishment after building this clock, and have more confidence in building your next furniture project.
Cost: 795.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: Intermediate woodworking skills.

Materials are NOT INCLUDED and are estimated to be around $650 for a quality movement and $750 for wood and supplies.
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  Introduction to Pen Turning
 
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 10/11/2016 - 10/11/2016
Time: Tue, 6pm-9pm
Description: Students will learn basic spindle-turning skills to turn and assemble a beautiful wooden Slimline (7mm) style pen. You will learn how to use Easy Wood Tools to turn and then assemble the various components in a pen kit, as well as the mandrel, pen mill, and pen press. Each student will take home a personally crafted pen to use or give as a gift to someone special.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Prerequisites/skill level required: No previous experience needed.

Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and dust masks.

Registration Deadline: 10/4/2016
Class PDF: Download
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