New Classes for 2018: Registration Now Open

NatalieRegistration is now open for some additional fall classes at the Lost Art Press Storefront. Each student is supplied with a heavy workbench with a full suite of workholding options. And the climate-controlled storefront is filled with natural daylight and features hardwood floors (which are kind to your back). The storefront itself is situated in the heart of Covington’s Main Strasse historic district. Students are steps away from great food, bars and lodging.

And if you bring your family, there are lots of activities for them to enjoy in Cincinnati, which is only eight blocks away.

Classes tend to fill quickly. If you are interested in a class and it is full, please do sign up for the waitlist – spots do open up.

Restoring & Using Wooden Bench Planes with Joshua Klein
Sept. 7, 2018
Cost: $150, which includes everything but the planes (you bring those)

Chip Carving with Daniel Clay
Sept. 29-30, 2018
Cost: $300, which includes all materials

Høj Footstool with Brendan Gaffney
Oct. 27-28, 2018
Cost: $330, which includes all materials

Staked High Stool with Christopher Schwarz
Nov. 3-4, 2018
Cost: $330, which includes all materials

Høj Footstool with Brendan Gaffney
Nov. 17-18, 2018
Cost: $330, which includes all materials

Build the Cabinetmaker’s Sector with Brendan Gaffney
Dec. 1-2, 2018
Cost: $300, which includes all materials

Dutch Tool Chest with Megan Fitzpatrick
Dec. 15-16, 2018
Cost: $350, which includes all materials excepting hardware

Note: If you’ve questions about the classes, please email covingtonmechanicals@gmail.com.

— Fitz

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Woodworker, writer, editor, teacher, ailurophile, Shakespearean. Will write for air-dried walnut.
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8 Responses to New Classes for 2018: Registration Now Open

  1. tsstahl says:

    “Classes tend to fill quickly. ”

    Yep, about 40 seconds for the one that interested me. Sigh. Guess I’ll just figure it out myself the usual way. 🙂

    • Ken Spitze says:

      I clicked at 10:00 exactly, then clicked on register. It said I had ticket. When I clicked on checkout, it said that I didn’t. My wife did the same. It said there were 3 slots available when she “registered”, but none when she checked out. Disappointing… Got on the waiting list, so there’s hope!

      • fitz says:

        Sorry…but the waitlist does indeed pan out sometimes! So keep your fingers (metaphorically) crossed (too hard to use a plane with them actually crossed!).

        • Jacob Eickstead says:

          Two times I’ve been on the waitlist and been asked if I could make it. Hang in there.

  2. Jason Gaines says:

    Looking forward to the class with Joshua!

  3. Michael J Paxton says:

    The Dutch toolbox closed insanely quickly! I hope my tears soaking my keyboard move me up the waitlist more quickly!

  4. Daniel Williamson says:

    Is there any way to see where you are on the wait list?

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