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Try out some Smithin' with Willow Zietman 4.2.17
Sun, April 2, 2017, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM EDT
Iron is everywhere. It has been for thousands of years. Our tools, handrails, even buildings are all made out of steel. In this class, you will learn how to shape this commonplace yet magical substance. Using a hammer and tongs, you will heat metal in the forge, and pound it on the anvil, making a useful and elegant bottle opener!
This class is perfect for the complete beginner, or anyone who wants a brief refresher in basics.
Please wear proper clothing for working in the forge: closed toe shoes (preferably leather, but sneakers will do), natural fiber clothing, and long pants that cover the tops of your shoes. There will be sparks, there will be fire. Stay safe!
There is a minimum of 3 students required to run this class and a maximum of 6 students.
If class does not reach minimum enrollment 3 days prior, it will be cancelled.
Students will have the option of transferring their ticket to another class or receiving a refund.
Please provide us with BOTH a contact number & email to ensure you are properly notified of course changes.
Class Requirements: Appropriate shop clothing: (natural fiber clothing, long sleeves/ jeans is typical minimum recommended) closed toe shoes (leather steel toe boots recommended).
No experience necessary.
HOW TO FIND US! Turn in at the Blue Hive parking lot (233 Stafford St.) drive to the back of the lot and turn right to go behind the building. There will be a large garage door. The entrance to the WorcShop is the door on the right with the blue awning.