A Full Woodshop Introduction for Women
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- Sundays, Mar 15+22 1030a-530p SOLD OUT!
- Wednesdays, Apr 1+8+15+22 630p-930p NEW!
- Saturday and Sunday, May 16+17 1030a-530p NEW!
Duration: 12 hours – (2) weekend days or (4) weeknights
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Class Description: Whoever says that woodshops are just for guys has never been to Philadelphia Woodworks! We run classes just for women! Come enjoy a full introduction to a professional-grade woodshop with our resident woodworking experts. Using our lathes, jointer, tablesaw, planer, router tables and sanders you will create gorgeous projects for your home. Come and have fun in this full shop exploration in a women-only environment! Perfect for some mother-daughter bonding or just some time with the girls.
In addition, this class doubles as the prerequisite for all of our Essentials project-based classes, saving our alumni the cost of Tablesaw 1!
Skill Level: Beginner
Max / Min Size: 7 max / 4 min
Tuition: $299 + materials ($49)
Class Testimonials: Click here!
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- The class was perfect. The instructor made it- she had the right balance of instruction and hands-off support. I can’t wait to come back!” Sara S.
- “Great intro class! The pace was perfect and the small size meant lots of one on one time with the instructor. ” P. Berg
- “I came in knowing nothing and left ready to work with bigger wood projects! I’m confident with using the saws and other equipment. I can’t wait for more classes!”
- “The class was a totally unintimidating introduction to woodworking that gave you real hands-on experience. The best part is you got to leave with a fully completed piece that looks good and I can actually use!” Liz P.
- “I was very scared to used the tools in the woodshop, but the instructors were very informative and made me feel super comfortable with using all of the equipment. It was fun!” A. Smith
- “Getting to make something with my bare hands made one feel sorta like a kid again. A kid enjoying the simpler things in life.” Nancy F.
- “The class was incredibly educational and so much fun! Sign up!” Laura O.