Carpentry Level 2: Building a Shed

$350.00

Whether you’re dreaming of building your own shed, tiny home, full-size house or fixing the one you have, this course will help you move forward with those goals through hands-on practice in project design, layout and project execution in constructing a small shed. This is a 4 week class, and includes 8 evening classes, 6:30-8:30, twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning April 30 and completing May 23.

This class will be working on a special project –  a Farm Stand for the Community Greenhouse!

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Description

Carpentry Level II: Building a Project will work to get students proficient in a variety of tools and skills as they turn a frame into a Farm Stand. Whether you’re dreaming of building your own tiny home, she-shed, he-shed, they shed, full-size house or fixing the one you have, this course will help you move forward with those goals through hands-on practice, guided by a professional Carpenter.

This session starts a very special project – a Farm Shed for the Community Greenhouse

Students will be working with a framing and speed square, in addition to a variety of hand and power tools. The class project will cover project design and layout, building processes, lumber selection, and framing a small shed and/or deck.

This course includes 8 evening classes happening twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30-8:30.  Students will be working on-location at The Craft School Mill Hollow Works, 149 Hurricane Road.

Our Carpentry Instructor, Aaron has been in the building trades for nearly 40 years working as a remodeling and restoration contractor. He’s worked on small projects and million dollar renovations, is well versed in all phases of construction, and loves the industry.

Additional information

Dates April 30, 2024 to May 23, 2024