Woodworker Gr 6-8
If you have ever wanted to make something from wood, something you will feel proud of, join us at the Apprentices’ Workshop. You will learn about hand tools of the past and some of the techniques used by carpenters to make utilitarian and beautiful objects. Under the careful supervision of an adult, you will use a hammer, saw and other tools to start a special wooden project, one that you can finish and say, “I made it myself". You will have time to visit our Museum of Early American Life to see the exquisite work done by carpenters of the past. Curriculum ideas and background information will be provided to help complete the rest of the Woodworker Badge requirements (badge not included).
To register, call or email Faith Deering at 413-775-7116 or firstname.lastname@example.org by February 3.