Monday, April 22, 2013

Monday in the CSS wood shop...

My 4th, 5th and 6th grade students have returned from their travels, found no diamonds, but did find large crystals and were able to use the tools they made in wood shop to do so. Today they'll be working on personal shields, and I'll help to attach straps and hand grips to the backs so they can be held. What is it about all these kids and their desires to be warriors? In this world courage is not a bad thing.

During the weekend, adult students of woodworking used the Clear Spring School wood shop for a class in making rustic chairs, led by Robert Norman. I dropped by at the close of class yesterday to see what they'd done. Each student was very pleased with their accomplishments. The class was organized and sponsored by the Eureka Springs School of the Arts.

You can tell that they students had fun.

Yesterday I learned that one of my two box making classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking still has a few openings. Normally my class at Marc Adams School is full with a waiting list, so this year the decision was made to offer two  five day classes. If you are interested in box making, this would be a good time to sign up. The class with openings for you is from May 27 through May 31.

Make, fix and create...

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