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Class Date Time Price  
Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
Class in Progress.
09/20/2016 - 10/04/2016 Tue(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Tue (Oct 4), 6pm-9pm at CUW School
$215 Details
Advanced Pen Turning - Over and Under
Class in Progress.
09/21/2016 Wed, 6pm-9pm $85 Details
Furniture Restoration and Refinishing
10/01/2016 - 10/02/2016 Sat, 9am-4pm and Sun, 12noon-5pm $170 Details
Power Tool Proficiency -- Stock Preparation
10/03/2016 Mon, 6pm-9pm $75 Details
Power Tool Proficiency -- Routing
10/04/2016 Tue, 6pm-9pm $75 Details
The Dovetail: An Introduction to Traditional Hand-Cut Joinery
10/08/2016 - 10/09/2016 Sat-Sun, 9am-4pm $380 Details
Power Tool Proficiency -- Drilling and Mortising
10/10/2016 Mon, 6pm-9pm $75 Details
Introduction to Pen Turning
10/11/2016 Tue, 6pm-9pm $75 Details
Intermediate Woodworking - Cabinet Making (Parkland Class)
10/12/2016 - 10/27/2016 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-9pm
$345 Details
Power Tool Proficiency -- Sawing
10/15/2016 Sat, 9am-4pm $150 Details
Beginning Woodworking - Wooden Keepsake Boxes (Parkland Class)
10/17/2016 - 10/25/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Woodworking Safety 1
10/22/2016 Sat, 9am-4pm $150 Details
Introduction to Woodturning - Session 1 (Parkland Class)
Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
11/02/2016 - 11/17/2016 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-8:30pm
$295 Details
The American Windsor Chair - Seminar
11/03/2016 9:30am-12noon $40 Details
How to Sharpen Hand Tools - Seminar
11/03/2016 1:30pm-4pm $40 Details
The American Windsor Chair - Seminar
11/04/2016 1:30pm-4pm $40 Details
Bending Solid Wood to Form - Seminar
11/04/2016 9:30am-12noon $40 Details
Bending Solid Wood to Form - Seminar
11/05/2016 1:30pm-4pm $40 Details
How to Sharpen Hand Tools - Seminar
11/05/2016 9:30am-12noon $40 Details
Beginning Woodworking - Mirror and Picture Frames (Parkland Class)
11/07/2016 - 11/15/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Build a Windsor Chair
11/07/2016 - 11/11/2016 Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm $800 Details
Making Shaker Boxes
11/12/2016 - 11/13/2016 Sat-Sun, 12noon-4pm $150 Details
Intermediate Woodworking - Country Cabinet (Parkland Class)
11/21/2016 - 11/29/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$249 Details
Mantle Clock
12/03/2016 - 12/04/2016 Sat-Sun, 9am-4pm $245 Details
Beginning Woodworking - Bookcase Building (Parkland Class)
12/05/2016 - 12/13/2016 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Cherry Blanket Chest
12/10/2016 - 12/11/2016 Sat-Sun, 8am-5pm $460 Details
Beginning Woodworking - Build a Small Stool (Parkland Class)
01/09/2017 - 01/17/2017 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
$219 Details
Introduction to Woodturning - Session 2 (Parkland Class)
Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
01/11/2017 - 01/26/2017 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-8:30pm
$295 Details

  Introduction to CNC Routing with VCarve Pro (Parkland Class)
  Class in Progress.
Instructor: Allan Tuchman
Dates: 09/20/2016 - 10/04/2016
Time: Tue(s), 6pm-9pm at Parkland
Tue (Oct 4), 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 the CU Woodshop School of Woodworking.
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. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Advanced Pen Turning - Over and Under
  Class in Progress.
Instructor: Mike Sargent
Dates: 09/21/2016 - 09/21/2016
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: 9/14/2016
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  Furniture Restoration and Refinishing
 
Instructor: Marc Manint
Dates: 10/01/2016 - 10/02/2016
Time: Sat, 9am-4pm and Sun, 12noon-5pm
Description: This class will teach basic furniture restoration through classroom instruction and hands-on experience in refinishing. Students will learn how to clean and repair an old finish if it is in fairly good condition, and if not, how to strip the old finish and prepare the piece for a new finish. The different tools, materials, and techniques that can be used for repairs will be discussed, but only minor repairs will be possible in class. The areas covered in the class will be cleaning, stripping, sanding, sanding, repairing, staining and finishing.

Students should bring a small, simple furniture piece to practice on. If you are not sure if the piece you have will be acceptable for the class, please contact the instructor by email for advice.
Cost: 170.00
Notes: Bring a small or simple piece of furniture to work on plus a small bucket, at least 3 lint free rags, a putty knife and the finishing materials of your choice (paint, stain, varnish, etc.). Stripper, sandpaper, glue, and any woodworking tools needed will be provided. Bring a sack lunch for Saturday, and your own safety glasses if you have them.
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  Power Tool Proficiency -- Stock Preparation
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/03/2016 - 10/03/2016
Time: Mon, 6pm-9pm
Description: This class will cover the safe and efficient use of the jointer, thickness planer, and sanders for preparing wood for use in woodworking projects.

This is one of a series of classes designed to help beginner to intermediate woodworkers learn to efficiently utilize power tools and woodworking machinery with a strong emphasis on safety.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protectors if they have them. Upon registration you will be emailed copies of the safety procedures for the power tools to be used in the class so that you may familiarize yourself with them before the class begins.

This class provides excellent preparation for the Woodworking Safety Class, successful completion of which qualifies you for the Level 1 Woodworker certification. This certification is a prerequisite to signing up for Independent Skill Development which is an opportunity to utilize the tools and machinery in our School of Woodworking Workshop to construct your own projects. See [link] for a detailed explanation of this program.
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  Power Tool Proficiency -- Routing
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/04/2016 - 10/04/2016
Time: Tue, 6pm-9pm
Description: This class is an introduction to the router, one of the most useful and versatile machines in the workshop.

This is one of a series of classes designed to help beginner to intermediate woodworkers learn to efficiently utilize power tools and woodworking machinery with a strong emphasis on safety.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protectors if they have them. Upon registration you will be emailed copies of the safety procedures for the power tools to be used in the class so that you may familiarize yourself with them before the class begins.

This class provides excellent preparation for the Woodworking Safety Class, successful completion of which qualifies you for the Level 1 Woodworker certification. This certification is a prerequisite to signing up for Independent Skill Development which is an opportunity to utilize the tools and machinery in our School of Woodworking Workshop to construct your own projects. See [link] for a detailed explanation of this program.
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  The Dovetail: An Introduction to Traditional Hand-Cut Joinery
 
Instructor: Karen Wales
Dates: 10/08/2016 - 10/09/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 9am-4pm
Description: Here’s your chance to gain proficiency in cutting dovetails by hand. Instructor Karen Wales will teach you proper layout, sawing, chopping and fitting. She’ll also provide tips on troubleshooting and repair.

Once you’re comfortable with dovetailing, you’ll get started on building your own dovetailed tote — a handy and attractive carrying box that’s just right for a handful of tools, garden supplies or for use in home décor.
Cost: 380.00
Notes: Includes pre-cut and planed cherry for practice and mahogany for the tote. Students are encouraged to bring a sack lunch, and their own safety glasses if they have them.

Signup Deadline: Sept 30.
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  Power Tool Proficiency -- Drilling and Mortising
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/10/2016 - 10/10/2016
Time: Mon, 6pm-9pm
Description: This class will cover the safety techniques and skills needed for properly and safely using the drill press, mortiser, hand drill, Kreg Jig, and dowel jig.

This is one of a series of classes designed to help beginner to intermediate woodworkers learn to efficiently utilize power tools and woodworking machinery with a strong emphasis on safety.
Cost: 75.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protectors if they have them. Upon registration you will be emailed copies of the safety procedures for the power tools to be used in the class so that you may familiarize yourself with them before the class begins.

This class provides excellent preparation for the Woodworking Safety Class, successful completion of which qualifies you for the Level 1 Woodworker certification. This certification is a prerequisite to signing up for Independent Skill Development which is an opportunity to utilize the tools and machinery in our School of Woodworking Workshop to construct your own projects. See [link] for a detailed explanation of this program.
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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
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  Intermediate Woodworking - Cabinet Making (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/12/2016 - 10/27/2016
Time: 3 weeks
Wed-Thu(s), 6pm-9pm
Description: This class is intended for those who have taken one or more beginning woodworking classes, or have had equivalent previous experience with woodworking tools. Students will be taught face frame construction, carcass building, and raised panel door making. Each student will build their own hardwood wall cabinet to take home.
Cost: 345.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Power Tool Proficiency -- Sawing
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/15/2016 - 10/15/2016
Time: Sat, 9am-4pm
Description: The objective of this class is to demonstrate the efficient and safe operation of the table saw, band saw, and miter saw and to provide students with an opportunity to use and become comfortable with these machines. A primary emphasis throughout the class will be workshop safety.

This is one of a series of classes designed to help beginner to intermediate woodworkers learn to efficiently utilize power tools and woodworking machinery with a strong emphasis on safety.
Cost: 150.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protectors if they have them. Upon registration you will be emailed copies of the safety procedures for the power tools to be used in the class so that you may familiarize yourself with them before the class begins.

This class provides excellent preparation for the Woodworking Safety Class, successful completion of which qualifies you for the Level 1 Woodworker certification. This certification is a prerequisite to signing up for Independent Skill Development which is an opportunity to utilize the tools and machinery in our School of Woodworking Workshop to construct your own projects. See [link] for a detailed explanation of this program.
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  Beginning Woodworking - Wooden Keepsake Boxes (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/17/2016 - 10/25/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: Learn basic tool use and woodworking skills as you build a useful project. Participants will use the table saw, jointer, planer, router table, and sander to build some small keepsake boxes using different joinery techniques.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: All materials included. No previous woodworking experience necessary. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Woodworking Safety 1
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 10/22/2016 - 10/22/2016
Time: Sat, 9am-4pm
Description: This class is designed for people who have had experience in woodworking and are familiar with the basic setup and operation of the power tools in a well-equipped workshop. Those who do not feel competent in the operations of power tools should first take our Power Tool Proficiency classes. Woodworking Safety 1 is designed to insure that individuals have the skills, knowledge, and woodworking habits to safely use tools and machinery in the CUWS School of Woodworking workshop.
Cost: 150.00
Notes: Students are encouraged to bring a sack lunch and their own safety glasses and hearing protectors if they have them.

At the end of this class, you may choose to take the examination for the Level 1 Woodworkers Certification to gain access to the CUWS School Workshop for Independent Skill Development, to work on your own projects. See [link] for a detailed explanation of this program.
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  Introduction to Woodturning - Session 1 (Parkland Class)
  Sessions 1 and 2 are the same class, offered twice during the same semester.
Instructor: Jerry Rhoads
Dates: 11/02/2016 - 11/17/2016
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.
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  The American Windsor Chair - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/03/2016 - 11/03/2016
Time: 9:30am-12noon
Description: The American Windsor chair is an iconic piece of American furniture. This elegant and functional piece of art is deeply rooted in our past. This is a great introduction to Windsor technology and green woodworking. We will briefly cover the history of Windsor chairs and the influence they have had on America. We will also cover green woodworking, and demonstrate turning the legs, steam bending a bow, riving usable material from logs, and shaping with hand tools.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
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  How to Sharpen Hand Tools - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/03/2016 - 11/03/2016
Time: 1:30pm-4pm
Description: Have you ever wanted to unlock the secrets to a razor sharp edge? Learn several techniques to sharpen edge tools to “shaving sharp”. It’s hard to decide on the most effective sharpening method when every company is trying to sell you the latest gadget or gizmo that is “guaranteed” to make you a better woodworker. Cut through the noise and learn what a truly sharp blade is. We will cover tool steels, oil stones, water stones. diamond sharpening, grinders, power sharpening, and much more. We will cover the pros and cons of each method, so you can save time and money by learning which way works best for you.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
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  The American Windsor Chair - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/04/2016 - 11/04/2016
Time: 1:30pm-4pm
Description: The American Windsor chair is an iconic piece of American furniture. This elegant and functional piece of art is deeply rooted in our past. This is a great introduction to Windsor technology and green woodworking. We will briefly cover the history of Windsor chairs and the influence they have had on America. We will also cover green woodworking, and demonstrate turning the legs, steam bending a bow, riving usable material from logs, and shaping with hand tools.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
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  Bending Solid Wood to Form - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/04/2016 - 11/04/2016
Time: 9:30am-12noon
Description: There is something magical about taking a hard and rigid piece of wood and manipulating it into rounded and curved shapes. In This seminar we will learn why wood can be bent, and why we want to bend it. Students will leave with an intuitive understanding of how to read and understand grain direction that may apply to any of the disciplines of woodworking. We will learn some of the common methods of bending wood, and some of the not so common methods. The instructor will show you how you can set up your own bending equipment at home for very little cost.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
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  Bending Solid Wood to Form - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/05/2016 - 11/05/2016
Time: 1:30pm-4pm
Description: There is something magical about taking a hard and rigid piece of wood and manipulating it into rounded and curved shapes. In This seminar we will learn why wood can be bent, and why we want to bend it. Students will leave with an intuitive understanding of how to read and understand grain direction that may apply to any of the disciplines of woodworking. We will learn some of the common methods of bending wood, and some of the not so common methods. The instructor will show you how you can set up your own bending equipment at home for very little cost.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
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  How to Sharpen Hand Tools - Seminar
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/05/2016 - 11/05/2016
Time: 9:30am-12noon
Description: Have you ever wanted to unlock the secrets to a razor sharp edge? Learn several techniques to sharpen edge tools to “shaving sharp”. It’s hard to decide on the most effective sharpening method when every company is trying to sell you the latest gadget or gizmo that is “guaranteed” to make you a better woodworker. Cut through the noise and learn what a truly sharp blade is. We will cover tool steels, oil stones, water stones. diamond sharpening, grinders, power sharpening, and much more. We will cover the pros and cons of each method, so you can save time and money by learning which way works best for you.
Cost: 40.00
Notes:
Class PDF: Download
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  Beginning Woodworking - Mirror and Picture Frames (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 11/07/2016 - 11/15/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: Learn basic tool use and woodworking skills as you build a useful project. Participants will use the table saw, jointer, planer, router table, and sander to build some small wooden frames using different joinery techniques.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: All materials included. No previous woodworking experience necessary. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Build a Windsor Chair
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/07/2016 - 11/11/2016
Time: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm
Description: Ever wanted to make something that you can pass down to your family for generations? Are you interested in learning woodworking? Join us for this five-day class and learn all about chair making. Upon completion, take home an iconic piece of American furniture, built with your own two hands.

Students will start with a log and learn the traditional chair making process. We will split and rive usable materials from a log. We will hand carve the seat and steam bend the back and crest piece. We will learn to split and shave spindles with the drawknife. Students will learn the most efficient way to build Windsor chairs using tools like the wedge, hatchet, froe, drawknife and spoke shave, - leaving at the end of the week with an iconic piece of American furniture. Choose to make either the balloon back or fan back chairs. The legs are provided or students may turn their own before the class with instructor provided patterns.
Cost: 800.00
Notes: Early registration fee is $800 (includes all materials). Fee increases to $880 on October 1. Last date to register is October 24.

Bring a sack lunch each day, and your own safety glasses if you have them.
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  Making Shaker Boxes
 
Instructor: Luke Barnett
Dates: 11/12/2016 - 11/13/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 12noon-4pm
Description: Learn how to bend wood to practically any shape with heat and moisture. This is a 2 session class where students will learn the principles of manipulating wood into almost any shape. Students will learn various techniques of bending, so they may find a solution that works best for them. Students will finish up the class by completing a set of 3-5 nesting oval bent boxes that they will take home.
Cost: 150.00
Notes: Includes materials for 3-5 boxes. Fee increases to $175 on October 12. Last date to register is November 1.

This class is for anyone wanting to learn new techniques, it is a fun, friendly, and informative atmosphere. Students will make several boxes to take home. Bring your own safety glasses if you have them.

This is a great class for those with absolutely no woodworking experience.
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  Intermediate Woodworking - Country Cabinet (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 11/21/2016 - 11/29/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: This class is intended for those who have taken one or more beginning woodworking classes, or have had equivalent previous experience with woodworking tools. Students will learn how to safely use the jointer, planer, table saw, miter saw, band saw, drill press, and router table to build an attractive Country Cabinet with Towel Rack.
Cost: 249.00
Notes: All materials included. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Mantle Clock
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 12/03/2016 - 12/04/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 9am-4pm
Description: Beautiful tiger grained maple is the wood you will use to build this heirloom mantle clock. Traditional woodworking skills and techniques will be demonstrated and used to build this for your home or office. You will also learn how to safely work with small pieces using the latest tools and techniques.
Cost: 245.00
Notes: All materials included. Please bring your own safety glasses and hearing protectors if you have them.
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  Beginning Woodworking - Bookcase Building (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 12/05/2016 - 12/13/2016
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: Learn basic tool use and woodworking skills as you build a useful project. Participants will use the track saw, table saw, router, and sander to build a small bookcase using veneer plywood and edge banding.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: All materials included. No previous woodworking experience necessary. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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  Cherry Blanket Chest
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 12/10/2016 - 12/11/2016
Time: Sat-Sun, 8am-5pm
Description: Mike will teach some basic as well as new woodworking skills in this class which is ideal for the beginning woodworker. Students will use the jointer, planer, table saw, router and sanders to construct this attractive dovetailed chest. Preferred gluing and clamping techniques will be taught. Students will also use a router and dovetail jig to cut the through dovetails. The 18”wide x36”long x 18” deep box will be constructed from solid cherry with a poplar or plywood bottom.
Cost: 460.00
Notes: All materials included. Please bring your own safety glasses and hearing protectors if you have them.
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  Beginning Woodworking - Build a Small Stool (Parkland Class)
 
Instructor: Mike Van Pelt
Dates: 01/09/2017 - 01/17/2017
Time: 2 weeks
Mon-Tue(s), 6pm–9pm
Description: Learn basic tool use and woodworking skills as you build a useful project. Participants will use the table saw, jointer, planer, router, and sander to build a small stool.
Cost: 219.00
Notes: All materials included. No previous woodworking experience necessary. Students are encouraged to bring their own safety glasses and hearing protection.
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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: 01/11/2017 - 01/26/2017
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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