One Opening in an ‘Anarchist’s Tool Chest’ Class

Build this chest (Roy not included)

Build this chest (Roy not included)

Because a student had to cancel, there is one spot open in my tool chest class on Aug. 5-9 at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking.

This is the only opening in a tool chest class until 2014 I believe.

If you can ditch work that week, contact the school’s director, Bob Van Dyke, via e-mail or phone: bobvandyke@sbcglobal.net or 860-729-3186. During this class we’ll be building the chest out of some outstanding Eastern white pine – Bob is a wiz at finding beautiful stock.

And we will be eating at Frank Pepe’s pizza. A lot. Perhaps until I am sick.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Chris Schwarz

Publisher of woodworking books and DVDs specializing in hand tool techniques.
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4 Responses to One Opening in an ‘Anarchist’s Tool Chest’ Class

  1. blowery says:

    If you get sick of / on Frank’s, try Modern Apizza. Just as good, not as slammed. Nice to have a little variety too.

  2. If you get tired of pizza, try Rein’s Deli, Exit 65 off I-84 (heading east), straight ahead off exit 0.6mi.
    Local business since 1972. I knew some people from Boston who made excuses to come to Manchester just so they could eat at Rein’s.

    • lostartpress says:

      Tired of pizza? Can that happen?

      Off to Frank Pepe’s RIGHT NOW. Sorry Chuck Bender.

      • tetlow says:

        Another good pizza place which you may want to try is Mulberry St Pizza on Main St in Manchester (a bacon pizza, well done, is my favorite)…and they tend to have a good brew or two on tap.

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