Woodworking – Intermediate
Learn the heritage art of woodworking at the intermediate level. Course work includes discussion on history and trends, practice, and information to build and supply appropriate studios. Upon completion, students are prepared to either advance to a higher skill level or to fabricate and market their goods. Students need wood for projects, which they learned about in the pre- requisite Fundamentals of Woodworking class. Wood obtained from anywhere other than the CCWW must be inspected and approved by the instructor. A $20 supply fee is included in the cost of this class to cover wear and tear on machinery and basic supplies (i.e. glue).
Classes are held at the Center for Construction Trades and Woodworking (CCTW) located at 333 South Scales Street in Reidsville. This is the former Center for Creative Woodworking (CCWW), which was renovated and renamed in Spring 2022.
|PRC-7143-01||58959||T||01/16/24 – 04/02/24||5:45pm-9:15pm||CCTW||$147|
|PRC-7143-02||58960||TH||01/18/24 – 04/04/24||5:45pm-9:15pm||CCTW||$147|
|PRC-7143-01||58961||TTH||06/04/24 – 08/13/24||5:45pm-9:15pm||CCTW||$202|
|PRC-7143-01||58962||T||09/03/24 – 11/21/24||5:45pm-9:15pm||CCTW||$147|
|PRC-7143-02||58963||TH||09/05/24 – 11/21/24||5:45pm-9:15pm||CCTW||$147|