Making Tablesaw Jigs & Fixtures with Bob Van Dyke

The idea of making jigs and fixtures for the tablesaw is always one that creates a lot of debate. Some people insist that they are not worth it and “just do it by hand” while other people love coming up with intricate fixtures that do a specific job really well. This class is Not a beginning tablesaw class. Participants must have some working experience with Tablesaws & routers.

Mastering those “Oddball” Furniture Joints with Steve Latta

This is a great course that will broaden your work possibilities. In this class, we will look at several traditional forms of joinery that take more than a look or two to sort but, nonetheless, should be a part or your arsenal.

One Day Woodturning with Rick Angus

This one day class will get you hooked on turning– Guaranteed!

Saw Sharpening 101 with Matt Cianci

This class is an introduction for woodworkers interested in learning how to sharpen their own handsaws and backsaws.

Sharpening Turning Tools with Rick Angus

Lets face it- You are dead in the water if you are trying to do any woodturning with dull tools. Not only does the surface of the work come out better with sharp tools, but you have way more control and you can use a much lighter touch.

shopmade Veneer w Tim Coleman

Join nationally known furniture maker, Tim Coleman to learn how to saw your own veneer on the bandsaw and use it to create visually exciting patterns and textures.

Step into Woodturning with Rick Angus

This three night class will get you hooked on turning– Guaranteed!

Step into Woodworking: A Simple Stylish Bench

The focus of this class is on safety and on using tools that don’t cost a fortune and are readily available just about anywhere.

Step One: A Simple Plant Stand

The focus of this class is on safety and on using tools that don’t cost a fortune and are readily available just about anywhere.