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Teen Woodworking I - Ages 13-17
Choose your own projects and gain appreciation for wood as a creative medium. Beginners learn about shop safety and etiquette, wood, milling, joinery, layout, basic hand and power tools. Continuing students develop their skills on more complex projects.
Two classes each term focus on wood turning with artisan Ken Lindgren.
Note: A second-level class, Teen Woodworking II, is for students who have taken Teen Woodworking I for several semesters and are ready for the next level. Instructor’s permission is required.
Skill LevelAll Levels
Before entering the wood shop, read about SAFETY.
Materials are provided for small projects. For larger projects, instructors will advise students to bring their own.
Find out where to buy supplies.
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- Fall 2014–Winter 2015 catalog (pdf)
- Spring–Summer 2014 catalog (pdf)
- Summer Program for Children 2014
- Registration Form (pdf)
- Refunds, Cancellations, Discounts & Other Policies
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Woodworking for Children & Teens
Each woodworking class incorporates beginners and experienced students, with new and different projects each session. Younger children start with hand tools and small projects; continuing students undertake larger and more complex projects.