Workbench Class Opening

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I have had a last-minute class opening in my Moravian workbench class at The Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, N.C., June 14 to 19.

I know this is short notice, but if you can make it, you are guaranteed lots of fun, hard work and the general mayhem that is building a workbench in five days. Of course, there is also beer to be had by all at the bar next door – after class only (sorry). The sign-up page is here.

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– Will Myers

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2 Responses to Workbench Class Opening

  1. Adam Godet says:

    I did this class in September…totally worth every penny. No matter your experience level, you will learn a lot and have a great time. Plus, the bench is awesome…I use it nearly every day.

  2. CJ Reddinger says:

    Very interested and live close by. Is there a recommended tool list? Are tools available for student use?

    CJ

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