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Carving Fairy House
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Saturday, March 25, 2017 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Medium sized bench knife, small v-tool, and gouge; carving glove, and thumb guard.
Description: Whether you're a novice or intermediate carver, you’re sure to learn many useful skills and techniques in this Fairy House carving class. Lucette will show you the process for creating a house that will be a good addition to a fairy garden. She will explain the process of designing your project, cutting the blank, and then take you step-by-step through the carving process. This carving will make a great gift for your family members or friends who enjoy fairy gardens.
Tuition: $50
Tuition Notes: ($40.00 instruction, $10.00 materials)

Wall Cabinet
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Sunday, March 26, 2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: You will build a wall cabinet using the KREG Jig. Cutting and assembling of the materials for the cabinet, doors and an adjustable shelf.
Tuition: $140
Tuition Notes: ($50.00 materials, $90.00 instruction)

Box Making Fundamentals: Flag Box
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: Classroom tools will be used
Description: In this class you will build a triangle box to display that military funeral flag in. This will also help preserve the flag. You will learn how to safely set-up and cut wood using a dado for joining the box sides, techniques in gluing, constructing a box, and preparing the box to apply your finish. By the end of the class you will have gained basic experience with a table saw, drill press, jointer, planer, bandsaw, and sander.
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($20.00 materials, $75.00 instruction fee)

Egg Carving: Bluebird
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Thursday, March 30, 2017 4:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced
Class Size: 4 - 8
Tools Required: Cut resistant glove, thumb guard
Description: Would you like to give a unique gift to a friend or relative this year? Remember the egg Santas and snowmen you use to see in fine gift stores? Now you can make your own! Students will learn safety guidelines, layout methods, and carve a modern Bluebird (goose-sized egg) that they will be proud to give as gifts. The amount of carved detail will be in relation to each student’s ability. Methods and techniques for painting your Bluebird will be reviewed. An extra egg will be given to the students to take home and carve at their leisure. Recommended tools: small detail knife, V-tool (60 or 70 degrees, ¼”), and #11 gouge (¼”, 7mm). Note: comparable sharp tools can be substituted; contact Woodcraft to discuss with the instructor what tools you have. All wooden eggs will be supplied by Woodcraft.
Tuition: $55
Tuition Notes: ($7.00 materials, $48.00 instruction)

Introduction to Carving from beginning to end
Instructor: Jean McDonald
Class Times: Saturday, April 01, 2017 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 5
Tools Required: Carving glove, thumb guard, and bench knife
Description: Learn basic carving from beginning to end. Learn skills by selecting the wood, transferring the pattern, cutting out a rough profile on the Bandsaw then carving the object out of basswood. Students will learn safety, basic sharpening, basic carving techniques, impact of wood grain in your carving, and will discuss options for finishing. You can either bring their own tools from home or purchase the tools at the beginning of class for a 10% class discount. The wood will be supplied by Woodcraft.
Tuition: $50
Tuition Notes: ($5.00 materials, $45.00 instruction)

Celtic Knot Pen Class
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Sunday, April 02, 2017 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Skill Level: None
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: HANDS-ON. The Celtic Knot style is a VERY ORNATE design. The inlay "zig-zags" back and forth around the pen body. This is a top-of-the-line, first class pen that has a great feel and will be the talk of everyone that see it. Need a wonderful gift for someone special?
Tuition: $75
Tuition Notes: ($15.00 materials, $90.00 instruction)

Square Board Fundamentals
Instructor: Don Rasmusson
Class Times: Tuesday, April 04, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: Classroom tools will be used
Description: HANDS-ON. Got rough boards? Want to learn the simple steps needed to machine that board square, flat and the correct thickness to build something? Then this is the perfect hands-on class for you. We will teach the basics of wood technology and stock preparation. This fun, quick class will cover the use of the table saw, jointer and thickness planer. Students will also learn which side of the board should be used for the outside of the project and learn how to glue up a panel without it cupping. DON'T UNDER ESTIMATE THIS CLASS!!...it is a "MUST TAKE" for anyone buying rough cut lumber. This class fills quickly so, sign up A.S.A.P. Included in the class is a copy of Tauton's "Complete Illustrated Guide to Woodworking" (WC# 151023). Class sign-up deadline: March 28, 2017.
Tuition: $90
Tuition Notes: ($70.00 instruction, $20.00 materials)

Introduction to Lathes and Turning
Instructor: Paul Jayko
Class Times: Thursday, April 06, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: This class is a pre-requisite for all lathe and turning classes. The first half of the class will be an overview and discussion of the types and structure of the lathe equipment, safe use of the equipment, uses of various accessories, tool selection / options, proper care of tools, and types of wood used in turning. This basic education will apply to various types of turning. The second half of the class will be basic hands-on turning techniques. A small project will be made in this class for you to take home.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($25 materials, $75 instruction)

Carving Tricks "Captive Rings"
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Saturday, April 08, 2017 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Skill Level: None
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Pfeil 8mm #5 sweep Palme gouge #05X11 (or similar profile and quality, but SHARP), OR a small, SHARP Carving- or Pocket Knife. Sharpening Strop. A carving glove is also strongly recommened.
Description: Apprehensive about trying those old "Whittlin' Tricks?" Don't be! In this class, students will learn to carve a free moving captive ring from a single block of wood (provided). You will also learn several basic carving techniques and principles, and be introduced to safety, sharpening, planning, design traditions, and more through this project. Students are offered a 10% discount on tools & supplies purchase for the class. Reference materials and wood blanks will be provided. Class time includes a break for lunch.
Tuition: $75

Tile Nightstand
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Sunday, April 09, 2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: Tile topped nightstand make a beautiful addition to any bedroom. This simple design is easily built, but very stylish. In this class you will learn furniture building basics using the Kreg Jig. You will learn how to make tapered legs, cut the aprons and how to attach them together, and techniques of attaching a tile into the finished table top. The balance of the class will be a discussion of finishing options; due to time restrictions, finishing will not be done in this class. You will have experience using a table saw, sander, jointer, and Kreg Jig. Skills learned in this class can be applied to other basic furniture projects for your home or workshop. Students must register by April 1st.
Tuition: $200
Tuition Notes: ($75.00 materials, $125.00 instruction)

Inlaying a "Bowtie/Dutchman"
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Skill Level: None
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: In this class, students will learn how to inlay the very popular "bowtie" into a board, with and without using a "jig/template". Commonly found in "live edge furniture", they can stabilize a crack or void in the wood, making it more usable for furniture and other cool projects.
Tuition: $75

Intermediate Carving (Decorative Spoon)
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Thursday, April 13, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Medium sized bench knife, v-tool, and gouge; carving glove, and thumb guard.
Description: Carving “in the round” is a carving that is completed around all sides of the block of wood. It typically is a “life” carving – an animal, human, or bird. In this class you will carve a spoon, learning design layout, how to proportion the spoon bowl to the handle, and additional carving techniques for all facets of wood grain. You will not complete the spoon in the class, but will have enough instruction and tips to complete it at your leisure. There will also be discussion on finishing (painting vs staining) your project.
Tuition: $50
Tuition Notes: ($40.00 instruction, $10.00 materials)

Introduction to CNCs: Seminar
Instructor: Andy Krajnyak
Class Times: Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Skill Level: None
Class Size: 2 - 10
Tools Required: None
Description: This is an introductory course to CNC. Students will learn the basic components of a CNC machine, how to set it up and fundamentals of the software on how to design and machine a simple sign.
Tuition: $50

Making a Farm Table with Festool
Instructor: Mike Kreischer
Class Times: Friday, April 21, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday, April 23, 2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 3
Tools Required: Classroom tools will be used
Description: Class sign-up deadline: January 4, 2017. In the Farm Table Class, we will cover the tools and techniques necessary to construct and finish a simple, but classic piece of wooden furniture. Though participants will walk away with a range of broadly applicable skills, the class will concentrate primarily on the precise and efficient break down, processing, and finishing raw materials using Festool saws, routers, sanders, dust extractors, tables, and more. In short, the class will cover the basics of the Festool System, as applied to real-world furniture building applications.
Tuition: $425
Tuition Notes: ($225 for Instruction and $200 for Materials)

Mastering the Router and Router Table
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Thursday, April 27, 2017 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: Classroom tools will be used.
Description: This popular class presents essential information that will help you safely operate one of the workshop's most versatile tools. Set-up, safety, router bits and techniques will be covered. Bring along your router for a hands-on learning experience. We will also teach you about the different router tables and fence systems available and the advantages of using a router table instead of a handheld router for some woodworking functions. Students will learn about bits that are only used in the router table, setting up the table with an edge profile bit, and setting up the tongue and groove bit.
Tuition: $150

Basics of Bowl Turning
Instructor: Kelly Parkhurst
Class Times: Sunday, April 30, 2017 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: Learn the basics of bowl turning! In this class you will learn lathe safety, tool sharpening, turning techniques, methods of mounting bowl blanks, sanding techniques, and finishing options for your final project. You will also receive useful tips and tricks to develop your own unique turning style. You will have hands-on experience with mini lathes, bowl gouges, and power sanders, taking home a sample bowl. With the skills and techniques taught, you will be able to turn your own exotic hardwood or domestic wood bowls. Due to the type of machines involved in this class, admittance to this class is restricted to adults (18+).
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($35.00 materials, $60.00 instruction)

Hand Plane Tune-up
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Tuesday, May 02, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Students are required to bring their own block or bench plane; other supplies to bring are listed above.
Description: Do you have an antique hand plane and want to learn how to make it work like new? Or maybe you have a new plane that you've been using right out of the box and you want to take its performance to the next level. This class covers the process of improving the cutting ability and cut quality of wood and metal bodied hand planes. We'll help you take your plane apart, clean it up, adjust it, assess what repairs it might need, sharpen the blade, and then put it all back together. Bring your own hand plane in and any sharpening equipment you have that you want us to help you learn how to use to keep your plane blade sharp.
Tuition: $65

Carving a Leaf Shaped Candy Dish
Instructor: Jean McDonald
Class Times: Saturday, May 06, 2017 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Skill Level: None
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Carving Knnife, small gouge, V-tool, safety glove and a thumb guard.
Description: Carve a leaf shaped candy dish from a precut blank. Both beginners and experienced carvers will have fun carving this project that is sure to become a family heirloom. Suggested tools include a carving knife, small gouge, a V-tool, safety glove and a thumb guard.
Tuition: $55
Tuition Notes: ($7.00 materials, $48.00 instruction)

Introduction to Lathes and Turning
Instructor: Paul Jayko
Class Times: Sunday, May 07, 2017 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: This class is a pre-requisite for all lathe and turning classes. The first half of the class will be an overview and discussion of the types and structure of the lathe equipment, safe use of the equipment, uses of various accessories, tool selection / options, proper care of tools, and types of wood used in turning. This basic education will apply to various types of turning. The second half of the class will be basic hands-on turning techniques. A small project will be made in this class for you to take home.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($25 materials, $75 instruction)

End Grain Cutting Board
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Tuesday, May 09, 2017 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, May 23, 2017 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: We have a GREAT NEW CLASS. Students will build, over the three nights, an End-Grain style Cutting Board from two contrasting types of wood. This 12" X 18" Cutting Board will be constructed from "End-Grain", not the Long-Grain of the boards. This traditional method of building a Cutting Board makes it VERY DURABLE. It will takes cuts from a knife and not show any damage for many years to come. Our instructor is a great woodworker and his hands-on approach to teaching will help you learn all the tricks for End-Grain cutting and glue-up. You will also learn many valuable machining tips that will help you in all your woodworking projects. This new class will be a very popular and fill quickly so, sign up A.S.A.P.
Tuition: $150
Tuition Notes: Materials $25, Instructional $125

Basics of Veneering
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Thursday, May 11, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; will be supplied by Woodcraft
Description: Veneering is relatively easy. The methods are simple, the tools and supplies are generally in your workshop already, and the skills set and learning curve are very basic. In this class you will learn to turn a piece of substrate into a beautiful cherry board that can be used to create a box, use for the top of a small table, or may other woodworking projects. You will learn about types of substrates to use, veneer tape and glue, rollers, types of veneer, veneer softener, and vacuum presses. You will have hands-on experience with preparing the substrate, techniques in applying the veneer, presses, and how to “relieve” any waves or bubbles that might occur. There will also be discussion on how to veneer the edges and how to finish your project.
Tuition: $90
Tuition Notes: ($65.00 instruction, $25.00 materials)

Sharpening Fundamentals Seminar
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Saturday, May 13, 2017 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 5
Tools Required: Bring at least two bench tools (knife, chisel, cabinet scraper, etc)
Description: Good woodworking requires sharp tools! You will learn the theory and practice of sharpening tools and techniques. Bench grinder, grinding wheels, and various sharpening stones will be discussed. The Tormek wet grinding system along with various stones (oil, water, diamond) will be demonstrated for bench tool sharpening along with appropriate bevel angles. Both the wet Tormek and the dry Wolverine sharpening system will be demonstrated for lathe tools. Students are asked to bring two bench tools to class. Sharpening of carving or turning tools will not be covered. If time permits you may be able to sharpen one or two of your own tools.
Tuition: $75

Turning a Mallet
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Thursday, May 18, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: Do you use a mallet in your woodworking projects? Are you a carver who needs a mallet for your relief carvings? If you would like a mallet that is custom fit for your hand or carving and woodworking needs, this class is the one you have been looking for. In this class you will learn about lathe equipment, safe use of the equipment, uses of various accessories, tool selection / options, proper care of tools, and types of wood used in turning. This basic education will apply to various types of turning. It will also serve as an introduction to spindle turning or act as a refresher class for experienced turners. And you will have a mallet that you can use in your woodworking projects!
Tuition: $85
Tuition Notes: ($15 materials, $70 instruction)

Intermediate Carving (Acanthus)
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Friday, May 19, 2017 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 21, 2017 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: Suggested tools in description; carving glove, and thumb guard.
Description: Acanthus carving is an elaborate type of carving based on the acanthus leaf. Its flowing style conveys a sense or movement and is primarily composed of concave and convex cuts. The concave cuts are normally done on the inside of the curved areas, with the convex cuts done on the outside of the curved areas. All acanthus carvings will challenge you with a number of negative and positive transition points. The finished designs can be applied to the surface of wooden items, or they can be incorporated directly into furniture, boxes, moldings, picture frames, and more. This is a two day class with day one being the preparation for the carving. You will scroll saw the basic outline, draw the leaf on the blank and glue it to a base for carving. Suggested tools are #5/12mm Gouge, #9/10mm Gouge, V tool no larger than #12/6mm, and optional #5/19mm gouge.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($90.00 instruction, $10.00 materials)

Introduction to Chip Carving
Instructor: Kent Cartwright
Class Times: Saturday, May 20, 2017 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 8
Tools Required: T-square, compass, 0.5mm pencil, eraser
Description: Chip carving has been a means of decorating many household items in European and Russian countries for centuries. Many of the patterns have been passed down in families for generations. What is chip carving? It is a technique of carving that literally chips wood from the wooden item to form a design or pattern. It is one of the easiest forms of carving because of its simplicity of technique and the ability to use the geometric shapes to create beautiful patterns on your wooden project with the use of very few tools. Interested in trying your hand at chip carving? Students in this class will learn about safe carving procedures, basic techniques of chip carving, sharpening and honing requirements, and use of patterns. Students will work on a basswood practice board (supplied by Woodcraft) in class that can be taken home and used as a reference when creating their own projects. The basic chip carving knife will be supplied by Woodcraft and can be kept by the students. Students will have a 45 min. lunch break. There are many restaurants in the local area or students can bring their own lunch.
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($15.00 materials, $80.00 instruction)

Turning Natural Edge Bowls
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Thursday, May 25, 2017 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Intermediate
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: Tools and materials will be supplied by the store. However, you may bring your own “Irish” grind bowl gouges, if you prefer.
Description: Turners have a variety of options when they put a rough piece of wood on a lathe. In some cases, the bark can be used as an integral part of the bowl, creating a “natural edge bowl” that provides an element of texture that the turner would not otherwise include. This natural edge can cause the bowl to have a unique curvature from the original log and add even more creativity and uniqueness to the art. In this one-day class, you will learn to work a raw log into a finished live-edge bowl. You will learn the strategy, elements, and techniques of turning an interrupted cut which is common to natural edge turning. You will also learn how to maximize the use of select turning tools while incorporating the natural edge / elements of your wood. You will learn the elements and techniques of natural edge turning and how to maximize the use of select turning tools while incorporating the natural edge / elements of your wood.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($15 materials, $85 instruction)

Introduction to Lathes and Turning
Instructor: Paul Jayko
Class Times: Thursday, June 08, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: This class is a pre-requisite for all lathe and turning classes. The first half of the class will be an overview and discussion of the types and structure of the lathe equipment, safe use of the equipment, uses of various accessories, tool selection / options, proper care of tools, and types of wood used in turning. This basic education will apply to various types of turning. The second half of the class will be basic hands-on turning techniques. A small project will be made in this class for you to take home.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($25 materials, $75 instruction)

Introduction to Lathes and Turning for Youth
Instructor: John Heslop
Class Times: Sunday, June 11, 2017 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 3
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: This class is a pre-requisite for all lathe and turning classes. The first half of the class will be an overview and discussion of the types and structure of the lathe equipment, safe use of the equipment, uses of various accessories, tool selection / options, proper care of tools, and types of wood used in turning. This basic education will apply to various types of turning. The second half of the class will be basic hands-on turning techniques. A small project will be made in this class for you to take home. You will also be given a book as part of this class. All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting one be mailed to you. One adult for every 2 students under the age of 15 is expected to chaperon this class. Due to staging of lathes on workbenches, students must be at least 4'10" feet tall.
Tuition: $100
Tuition Notes: ($25 materials, $75 instruction)

Basics of Bowl Turning
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Thursday, June 15, 2017 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: Learn the basics of bowl turning! In this class you will learn lathe safety, tool sharpening, turning techniques, methods of mounting bowl blanks, sanding techniques, and finishing options for your final project. You will also receive useful tips and tricks to develop your own unique turning style. You will have hands-on experience with mini lathes, bowl gouges, and power sanders, taking home a sample bowl. With the skills and techniques taught, you will be able to turn your own exotic hardwood or domestic wood bowls. Due to the type of machines involved in this class, admittance to this class is restricted to adults (18+).
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($35.00 materials, $60.00 instruction)

Introduction to Carving for Youth - Wizzards
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Tuesday, June 20, 2017 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: Carving glove, thumb guard, and bench knife
Description: In this class you will learn basic carving skills by creating a minnionfrom basswood. You will learn safety, basic sharpening, basic carving techniques, impact of wood grain in your carving, carving in-the-round, and will discuss options for finishing. You can either bring your own tools from home or purchase the tools before the class for a 10% class discount. The wood will be supplied by Woodcraft. All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting that one be mailed to you. All youth must meet with the instructor or store manager at least one day before the class to review class responsibilities. We require one adult per 2 students under the age of 13 to also attend the class.
Tuition: $45
Tuition Notes: ($5.00 materials, $40.00 instruction)

Basics of Pyrography (Woodburning) for Youth
Instructor: Lucette Jones
Class Times: Thursday, June 22, 2017 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 5
Tools Required: Woodburning tools; call Woodcraft if you have questions about your tools for the class.
Description: This class is designed for the beginning pyrographer (woodburner). You will learn about the different pyrography tools available, where to look for project designs, materials to use for your projects, safety, pattern transfers, pyrography styles and color options, maintenance of your equipment, and will have discussion about finishing your work as part of the introduction to pyrography. A practice board will be used for you to learn about the four primary nibs, how to hold your pens, factors affecting your design, temperature issues, and shading. A small project will also be created during the class. You are encouraged to bring your own woodburning tools to the class. The first two students requesting it may use the two classroom woodburners that are available. You also have the option of purchasing pens or burners prior to the class for a class discount of 10% if you have registered for the class. This class will be directed to young adults and youth ages 12-17. Adults may take the class, but need to understand that the lesson plan will be focused on young adults and youth. All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting that a packet be mailed to you. One adult for every 2 students under the age of 13 is expected to chaperon this class.
Tuition: $50
Tuition Notes: ($45 instruction, $5 materials)

Beginning Woodworking for Youth
Instructor: Toledo Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Saturday, June 24, 2017 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 6
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: In this class you will learn the fundamentals of woodworking from how the timber is grown and harvested to completing your own finished projects. Safety is the number one objective in using any tool and what will be emphasized strongly in this class. We will discuss and review how to take care of and to properly use hand and power tools. You will learn to layout, cut, assemble a bird house. It is recommended that you bring a bag lunch with you. There will be breaks during in the morning and afternoon and a one hour break for lunch on both days (refrigerator and microwave available). All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent / guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting one be mailed to you. We require one adult per 2 students under the age of 15 to also attend the class. Call the store for details. Students must register by June 17 to allow time for our instructor to prepare all materials.
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($20.00 materials, $75.00 instruction)

Foundations of Pen Turning for Youth
Instructor: Woodcraft Staff
Class Times: Sunday, June 25, 2017 11:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 4
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: Have you admired the wooden pens sold in jewelry stores and wondered how they were made? This is the class for you! You will use a lathe and madrel, lathe tools, and drill press in the creation of your own pen. You will be provided instruction on how to prepare wood blanks, setting up a lathe and mandrel, turning the blanks, finishing the wood, and assembling the pen. You will have hands-on experience with a bandsaw, drill press, and lathe. Tuition will include materials required for the class: pen blank, pen kit, instruction book. All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent or guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting one be mailed to you. One adult for every 2 students under the age of 13 is expected to chaperon this class. Due to staging of lathes on workbenches, students must be at least 4'10" tall.
Tuition: $95
Tuition Notes: ($25 materials, $70 instruction)

Introduction to Scroll Saws for Youth
Instructor: Rick Bailin
Class Times: Thursday, June 29, 2017 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Skill Level: Beginner
Class Size: 2 - 3
Tools Required: None; classroom tools will be used
Description: This class is for youth who want to learn the basics of scroll sawing. You will learn basic safety guidelines, how to choose a saw and blades for a project, why wood selection is important, pattern layouts and preparation for cutting a project, and techniques in cutting. You will have hands on experience with the equipment, a template on which you will learn sawing techniques, and will leave the class with a completed project and enough knowledge and experience to create your own projects. In this class you will be making a Lucet. A lucet is a tool used in cordmaking or braiding which is believed to date back to the Viking and Medieval periods. All students under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by their parent / guardian prior to the class. Forms may be obtained in the store or by requesting one be mailed to you. We require one adult per 2 students under the age of 13 to also attend the class.
Tuition: $85
Tuition Notes: ($15.00 materials, $70.00 instruction)