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MAKING WOODWORKING ACCESSIBLE

Taking a project-based or skill-based wood shop class at Inspired Lumber Workshop offers so many benefits. First, it provides necessary hands-on experience that allow individuals to learn and refine practical woodworking skills, from learning to use the tools available within the Shop to crafting intricate designs. These classes foster creativity, enabling students to bring their ideas to life through tangible projects. Additionally, they promote problem-solving and attention to detail, while enhancing critical thinking abilities.

Even more, wood shop classes can instill a sense of accomplishment as students see their creations take shape, which helps to boost confidence and self-esteem. Ultimately, woodworking classes not only impart valuable craftsmanship skills but also cultivate a lifelong appreciation for woodworking and the satisfaction of creating functional and aesthetic pieces with one's own hands.

 

Additional classes are being added all the time, so if there is something specific you are interested in learning about, please let us know. We can always set up a 1:1 time with one of our capable wood workers to help you move your craft to the next level.To sign up for a class, choose from the options below and then choose an available date from there.

 

Wood Shop FAQ's

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Wood Shop FAQ's

1. Do I have to be a member to join a class?
No. Unless stated in the class description, all of our classes at the Workshop are open to everyone. 

2. Do I need to take a Safety Class before attending a Wood Shop class?
No. Safety Classes are only required if you are becoming a Member and want to have autonomous use of the Wood Shop. Modified safety instructions are provided with ALL Wood Shop classes on the specific tools that will be utilized for the class.

3. Do I need to bring my own wood for a Wood Shop class?
No. The price of the class is inclusive of everything that you will need, unless stated in the description. 

4. Do I need to bring safety glasses and an apron?
o. We have plenty of glasses and aprons for everyone in the workshop, but if you have favorites that you'd like to bring, you are welcome to do so. 

5. Is there any required paperwork that needs completed?
Yes! Every person that participates in a class inside the Wood Shop is required to sign a Liability Waiver and Emergency Contact form. Please arrive a few minutes ahead oof your scheduled class time to take care of business so that class can start on time.  
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