Imagine a 400 square foot room containing a monstrous 102-year old radiator, 4-foot tall fan, broken windows, and ugly green paint. You might think: nightmare. But for a small group of woodworking enthusiasts, they thought: Community Woodshop!
There is a place for everyone at the Community Woodshop, from experts to people who have no experience. The stated intent to create a space that builds and supports a broad community of fabrication and woodworking members who are enthusiastic about learning, teaching, sharing, and inspiring one another with creativity, skill, and community service.
This Saturday from 9am – 2pm the community is invited to come check out this newly created woodshop while enjoying a cup of coffee & doughnut. There will be wood projects on display and an opportunity to sign up for future classes.
Location: The small outbuilding on the northeast side of the lower parking lot in the Phinney Center, near the Brick Building.
Time: Saturday November 2, 9am – noon