Classes

David Kraatz, Training Director

Assistant Director Norm Carpenter

With apologies to the general public, all classes require Guild Membership.  You may join the Guild HERE.

  • The Guild strives to present classes at three basic levels.  Basic and Skill-Builder classes are aimed at craftsmen in the early stages of building their skill sets.  Intermediate classes are those that follow the basic woodworking classes, are a bit more challenging, but not so difficult that a person with a few projects under their belt would not be successful. Advanced classes are for woodworkers whose skills have developed to the point where they have the confidence to take on more complex projects with finer finishes.  Of course the dividing lines between these are fuzzy at best.  We do not want to get picky on skill levels.  We like for people to tackle what they believe that they can do, and we want our instructor/coaches/shop foremen to learn to help people stretch their experience.
  • Simultaneous Open Shop: We try to hold Open Shop simultaneously with our classes except for Thursday evening during the Basic Woodworking class and during classes with outside instructors.  The Skill-Builder Session is a demonstration and we can reserve the machines in the mobile training area for that.
  • Class Openings: Classes are announced at approximately 7:00 p.m. on Tuesdays after they are made available in order to make slots available equally to both retirees and the employed.  Descriptions may appear on the website previous to that, but SignUp slots are hidden until the official announcement time.
  • Level Requirements: Hands-on classes requires Sawdust-Maker or better membership.
  • Discounts: Members with a Woodworker Plus or better membership get a 20% discount.
  • Safety Certification: A Green Tag is required for use of both power and hand tools. (See Use of Shop Equipment on the Safety Page.)
  • Signing Up & Paying Fees: The Woodworkers’ Guild utilizes the Sign-up Genius program to keep track of participants in classes and other events and to prevent non-members from signing up for classes.  Use of this program provides an effective way for our volunteer leaders to limit participation to appropriate size, make sure that fees are paid, and to assemble waiting lists where helpful.  Where fees are required, Sign-Up Genius utilizes the Guild’s own PayPal account for the collection.  Where indicated, you may also pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
  • Need to change your class SignUp?  Pay by PayPal instead of Check?  Click HERE.
  • Guild Shares: Guild Members who volunteer their services to teach classes or to work on the Guild’s various fund-raising projects qualify for Guild Shares.  For every hour of instruction or project work, they get 2 Guild Shares worth $1 each.  Guild Shares can be redeemed to pay for classes, annual dues, or Guild products/apparel.
  • Feedback: Have you recently taken a course for which you would like to offer a comment?  Would you like to see what courses we’ve offered in the past, and maybe ask for a repeat?  Are you interested in teaching a class?  Click HERE.

Links to Current Classes on This Page
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Repeating Classes

Rough-to-Ready: Dates and times vary
Introduction to Scroll SawEvery Saturday after the monthly Guild meeting
Skill Building Classes: First Saturdays (generally)

Individual Classes by Date

Holiday Quickies: December 7, 14, & 21 (Special 1-
day Classes)
Project Finishing: December 4, 5, 9, 2017 – Posted 7:45 p.m., Oct. 13, 2017 – Filled
Building Wooden Toys: December 16, 2017 – Filled
Traditional Bandsaw Boxes: January 4 – 5, 2018 – Filled
Basic Woodworking: January 18 – March 22, 2018 – Filled
Basic Woodworking: April 05 – June 07, 2018
Building an Arts and Crafts Writing Desk: April 16 – 20, 2018
Basic Woodworking: June 28 – August 30, 2018
Basic Woodworking: September 13 – November 15, 2018

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Rough-to-Ready

Daniel Edwards Resawing His Rough-to-Ready Project

Daniel Edwards Resawing His Rough-to-Ready Project

Instructors: Ron Haw, Denny Walton, John Sloss and/or Jerry Stanley
Date/Time: Various (See the SignUp for dates.)  Classes typically last 4 to 4½ hours.
Class Size: 2 – with a Waiting List
Fee: $45.00 (WW+ $36.00)  –  For this class you must use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the SignUp.
Note: After February 1st, 2017  the fee will be: $45 (WW+ $36).
Green TAG:  NOT REQUIRED – You must meet the class prerequisites before you sign up for this class.  See below*.  Green TAG members wishing to take the class may go directly to the ‘SIGN UP HERE’ link.
SignUp HERE

Description:  This class will not only instruct you in the basic techniques and hands-on experience of using the table saws, router table, jointer, planer, bandsaw, miter saw, drum sander, some good ole’ sandpaper as well as various squares and measuring tools, but will also serve as an alternative process to satisfy the safety requirements necessary to get your Green Nametag. 

*Because this class can lead to your safety certification (Green Tag), a Green Tag is not initially required to participate.  It will be necessary, however, for those without a Green Tag to complete the Safety Test and to complete and provide the Guild’s signed Liability Waiver.  Members who do not have a Green Card should download and follow this set of instructions to ensure participation.


Introduction to Scroll Saw – 7 Individual ½ Day Classes – John Tegler

Dates / Time: Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Members interested in scroll sawing are invited to attend to share experience, techniques and free saw time during these classes.

Scroll saws.

December 23

Class Size: 5
Fee: $15 (WW+: $12)  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111
Green Tag: Required
SignUp for any one of these classes HERE.

Description: These classes are basic introductions for the woodworker with no experience with scroll sawing.  The students will learn the operation of the saw, safety considerations, blade selection, proper adjustment and tuning, material selection and beginning project considerations. Each student will complete a basic project.


Holiday Quickies
For Guild Members Only Not a member? Join HERE.

Instructor(s): Dave Kraatz, Norm Carpenter, Training Team
Class Level: Basic
Open Shop: Simultaneous with Open Shop
Sessions: 4 separate, one-day sessions
Day(s) / Date(s) / Time(s): Thursdays, December 14, 21 –  7:00p-10:00p
Maximum Class size:  5 each night for each project (20 in all)
Fee: Sawdust Maker – $5 (WW+ – $4):  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Make checks payable to “KCWG” and mail to “KCWG Treasurer” at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111
Green Tag: Required
NOTE: SignUp for each evening will be opened the day after the preceding class finishes (December 1 for December 7; December 8 for December 14; December 15 for December 21).  You cannot SignUp early for later classes.
SignUp HERE

Description:  Basic woodworking classes have finished for the year, but not the training team!  As a gift to the Guild, in addition to opening the normally closed shop on Thursdays after Thanksgiving, the training team is offering a collection of small one evening projects for members to make.  These projects can make good gifts to take to a party, that Christmas present for an unexpected guest, something to give the neighbors, or a little treasure to keep for yourself.  Come to the Guild and learn how to build a project. You can then take the knowledge you learned and built many more to have on hand for those times when you just need a gift and the opportunity to show off your woodworking prowess.

Projects:

Wine bottle stand

This design appears to defy gravity as a bottle of your favorite wine (not included in class) balances in mid air before your eyes. Taking a bottle of wine to someone’s party is a well-known tradition. But we are woodworkers! Why just hand someone a bottle when you can display it for them in a fun and elegant stand.

Bird Feeder

This is the time of year when birds need food the most. Your bird loving friends will enjoy having this classic bird feeder to help nourish the animals in the yard. You build it, they hang it and fill it with bird seed and then sit back and enjoy the show as the birds feast.

 

 

Bottle Opener

“How nice. What is it?” your friends will ask when you give them this unique bottle opener. The design of this unique opener offers some amazing features. The adjustable cap puller ensures that even the most awkward caps can be lifted. The design allows the cap to be pulled without bending (a bonus for those who collect bottle caps from micro and specialty beers). The magnet holds the cap to the puller so that it does not drop to the counter or floor. Bartenders are said to love this puller because they can pull a cap and drop it into a bucket with a quick whack of the puller on the edge of the bucket. Makes for a lot less cleanup at the end of the shift.

Handy Caddy

This caddy is a great way to store various items and carry them around. Coincidently designed with six openings, this caddy can also carry a collection of your favorite beer bottles. A classic caddy for your friends and family. Who knows, maybe if you give it away it will come back with you full of beer!

 

Expected Skills:

Woodworkers should feel comfortable using a table saw, router table, band saw, drill press, and hand tools.

Tool List:

6” rule
Combination Square
Mechanical Pencil .7mm or smaller
Safety Equipment


Project Finishing 
**Class Filled**

Instructor: Craig Arnold
Class Level: Basic
Open Shop: Class held simultaneously with Open Shop
Days/Dates/Times: 

     Monday December 4, 2017 6:30-10:00pm
     Tuesday December 5, 2017 6:30-10:00pm
     Saturday December 9, 2017 9:00am-Noon
Maximum Class size:  12
Fee: Sawdust Maker: $150 (WW+ $120):  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Make checks payable to “KCWG” and mail to “KCWG Treasurer” at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111
Green Tag NOT Required
SignUp HERE For Wait List

Description: Building your project is 90% of the work. The other 90% is putting on a good finish. One of the biggest challenges in achieving a good finish is choosing the finish you want for your project. To help you, Craig Arnold will be teaching a finishing class in three fast-paced sessions that will provide you with experience finishing a variety of woods, finishing materials, and processes.

This is a fast-paced class.

Students will learn techniques for finishing woods: Quarter sawn white oak, red oak, walnut, cherry, mahogany, curly maple, pine.   

The “finish” includes surface preparation to final rub out.  

The class will use

  • Penetrating oils, sealers, grain fillers, and shellac.  
  • Dye stains, pigment stains, and glazes for layered color.
  • Water-based stains and topcoats and oil-based stains and topcoats and will learn when to use either.
  • Milk paint and chalk paint will also be used. 

Participants will learn brushing, wiping, and spraying topcoats. 

Waxes and finish rub out will conclude the class. 

Students will keep their sample boards as a reference for their future projects. 

Expected Skills:

Students are expect to be able to hold a paint brush and a rag. No power tools will be used in this class.

Tool List:

No tools required other than to wear grubby clothes. Everything is supplied.

 


Building Wooden Toys
**Class Filled**

Instructor(s): Dave Kraatz, Norm Carpenter, Guild Instructors
Class Level: Intermediate
Open Shop: Class held simultaneously with Open Shop
Day / Date / Time: Saturday, December 16, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 Maximum Class size:  12
Fee: Sawdust Maker: $30 (WW+: $24):  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Make checks payable to “KCWG” and mail to “KCWG Treasurer” at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO
64111
Green Tag: Required
SignUp HERE For Wait List

Description:  Join Dave Kraatz, Norm Carpenter and the Guild instructors as they take you through the process of building simple wooden toys. These toys are made from wood blocks which are shaped by progressive drilling and cutting to define the shape of the toy. The process is guided by several jigs to guide the work.

The students will make a set of three trucks and a five car toy train.  Students will use the table saw, band saw, drill press, and router table to speed up the work. This is an excellent project to pick up some good information on using simple jigs and how to approach multiple toy production. 

All Material is provided for the course.

Tool List:  (Guild has some of these tools for use)
                   6” or 12″ adjustable square
Sanding block


Traditional Bandsaw Boxes
**Class Filled**

Instructor: George Rexroad
Class Level: Basic

Day(s) / Date(s) / Time(s): Thursday, January 4, 6:30 – 8:30 – Friday, January 5, 6:00 – 10:00
Maximum Class size:  4
Fee: Sawdust Maker: $30 (WW+ $24):  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Make checks payable to “KCWG” and mail to “KCWG Treasurer” at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111

Green Tag Required
SignUp HERE For Wait List.

Description: This beginner+ will be taught in 2 sessions of 2 hours and four hours aand will focus on the gluing up of a block and the making of a conventional band saw box. The box will feature different material types to create a decorative box. This is a good course to become familiar with the band saw.

First day will be the gluing up of the block.  The block will need to dry for at least 24 hours.  This process will take about 2 hours.

Second day will feature cleaning up the block, and attaching the pattern to the block. Cutting the various box parts, sanding, assembly, and more sanding.

After class:

Finish sanding.
Apply finish.

Tool List:

Pencil, Small square


Basic Woodworking – Guild Instructors*

Date/Time:  Thursdays,  January 18 – March 22, 2018; 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Class size: 12
Fee: $250 (WW+: $200)  –  You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111
Sign up HERE.

This course is designed to provide a basic introduction for adults with little or no prior experience with tools, materials and woodworking machinery.

It will be presented in 10 three-hour sessions beginning with a complete shop orientation and progressing through the planning and building of three projects.

Green Card Requirements: Students are required to have a Green Tag to enroll in this class. Students must complete the Guild’s online safety test and the Safety Orientation before the first course meeting.  (The Membership Director provided access to the test on the web site in the welcome email you received on joining.)

The projects are geared to provide hands-on practice in:

Choosing materials
Preparing and joining wood parts
Cutting precise joints
Machining multiple component parts
Mortise and tenon joinery, and
Cross lapping.

The course will end with an overview of general furniture and cabinetry finishing processes, tips and techniques.

This course is fast-paced, and students will be encouraged to use the Guild’s Open Shop times for additional project completion time as needed.

 Session Overviews

Session 1. Shop Orientation and Operation
Session 2. Building a Laminated cutting Board
Session 3. Building a Cutting Board, guided shop time
Session 4. Building a Presentation Box
Session 5. Building a Presentation Box, guided shop time
Session 6. Measuring, Marking and Layout of Projects
Session 7. Building a Craftsman Style Plant Stand
Session 8. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 9. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 10. Finishing Techniques and Processes

*Craig Arnold, Tim Locke, Bill Lintner, Ron Lomax, Richard DeWitt, Geoff Cook, Wesley Meyer, Kevin Thomas, Jerry Thompson, Roland Mohler, Ryan Rossiter, Adrian Bruce and Marselle Bredemeyer.

Basic Woodworking – Guild Instructors*

Date/Time:  Thursdays, April 5 – June 7, 2018; 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Class size: 12
Fee: $250 (WW+: $200)  –  You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111

Sign up HERE.

This course is designed to provide a basic introduction for adults with little or no prior experience with tools, materials and woodworking machinery.

It will be presented in 10 three-hour sessions beginning with a complete shop orientation and progressing through the planning and building of three projects.

Green Card Requirements: Students are required to have a Green Tag to enroll in this class. Students must complete the Guild’s online safety test and the Safety Orientation before the first course meeting.  (The Membership Director provided access to the test on the web site in the welcome email you received on joining.)

The projects are geared to provide hands-on practice in:

Choosing materials
Preparing and joining wood parts
Cutting precise joints
Machining multiple component parts
Mortise and tenon joinery, and
Cross lapping.

The course will end with an overview of general furniture and cabinetry finishing processes, tips and techniques.

This course is fast-paced, and students will be encouraged to use the Guild’s Open Shop times for additional project completion time as needed.

 Session Overviews

Session 1. Shop Orientation and Material Preparation exercise
Session 2. Building a laminated wood cutting board.
Session 3. Building a cutting board, guided shop time.
Session 4. Building a small presentation box.
Session 5. Building a small presentation box, guided shop time.
Session 6. Measuring, Marking and Project layout.
Session 7. Building a small table or plant stand.
Session 8. Building a table or plant stand, guided shop time.
Session 9. Building a table or plant stand, guided shop time.
Session 10. Finishing techniques and processes.

*Craig Arnold, Tim Locke, Bill Lintner, Ron Lomax, Richard DeWitt, Geoff Cook, Wesley Meyer, Kevin Thomas, Jerry Thompson, Roland Mohler, Ryan Rossiter, Adrian Bruce and Marselle Bredemeyer.

Building an Arts and Crafts Writing Desk
For Guild Members Only, Not a member? Join HERE.

Instructor: Nancy Hiller
Class Level: – Advanced
Open Shop: Simultaneous
Day(s) / Date(s) / Time(s): Monday April 16 – Friday  April 20, 2018; 9:00 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Maximum Class size:  15
Fee: Sawdust Maker: $600 (WW+ $480):  – You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Make checks payable to “KCWG” and mail to “KCWG Treasurer” at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111
Green Tag: Required
SignUp HERE

Description:  Join Nancy Hiller as she leads the class in building an English Arts and Crafts style writing desk of her design. Nancy has more than 30 years of professional experience as a furniture designer and maker. She trained through the City & Guilds of London vocational training system, then spent several years working in English shops before moving back to the United States. She specializes in period-authentic furniture and interiors.

Nancy’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including Popular Woodworking Magazine, Fine Woodworking Magazine, American Bungalow Magazine, Arts and Crafts Home and Old House Journal. Nancy has written three books, the latest of which is Making Things Work; Tales from a Cabinetmaker’s Life. Her next book, about English Arts & Crafts furniture is scheduled to be published by Popular Woodworking in May of 2018.

The project for this class was featured in Fine Woodworking #228 in June, 2012.

This will be a fast paced class for the experienced woodworker. Students will be expected to work independently under Nancy’s tutelage. A firm experience in shop operation and machine usage is recommended. A Guild shop foreman and instructor assistants will be available for student assistance, if required.

All Material is provided for the course except the drawer pull which is left to the students’ choice and must be purchased separately.


Basic Woodworking – Guild Instructors*

Date/Time:  Thursdays, June 28 – August 30, 2018; 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Class size: 12
Fee: $250 (WW+: $200)  –  You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111

Sign up HERE.

This course is designed to provide a basic introduction for adults with little or no prior experience with tools, materials and woodworking machinery.

It will be presented in 10 three-hour sessions beginning with a complete shop orientation and progressing through the planning and building of three projects.

Green Card Requirements: Students are required to have a Green Tag to enroll in this class. Students must complete the Guild’s online safety test and the Safety Orientation before the first course meeting.  (The Membership Director provided access to the test on the web site in the welcome email you received on joining.)

The projects are geared to provide hands-on practice in:

Choosing materials
Preparing and joining wood parts
Cutting precise joints
Machining multiple component parts
Mortise and tenon joinery, and
Cross lapping.

The course will end with an overview of general furniture and cabinetry finishing processes, tips and techniques.

This course is fast-paced, and students will be encouraged to use the Guild’s Open Shop times for additional project completion time as needed.

 Session Overviews

Session 1. Shop Orientation and Operation
Session 2. Building a Laminated cutting Board
Session 3. Building a Cutting Board, guided shop time
Session 4. Building a Presentation Box
Session 5. Building a Presentation Box, guided shop time
Session 6. Measuring, Marking and Layout of Projects
Session 7. Building a Craftsman Style Plant Stand
Session 8. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 9. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 10. Finishing Techniques and Processes

*Craig Arnold, Tim Locke, Bill Lintner, Ron Lomax, Richard DeWitt, Geoff Cook, Wesley Meyer, Kevin Thomas, Jerry Thompson, Roland Mohler, Ryan Rossiter, Adrian Bruce and Marselle Bredemeyer.

Basic Woodworking – Guild Instructors*

Date/Time:  Thursdays, September 13 – November 15, 2018; 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Class size: 12
Fee: $250 (WW+: $200)  –  You may use the Guild’s PayPal account attached to the Sign-Up, or you may pay by check or by credit card within three days of signing up online for the training.  Sign-ups unpaid after three days may be removed. Mail checks to KCWG Treasurer at 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111.
Location: KCWG Shop; 3189 Mercier St; Kansas City, MO 64111

Sign up HERE.

This course is designed to provide a basic introduction for adults with little or no prior experience with tools, materials and woodworking machinery.

It will be presented in 10 three-hour sessions beginning with a complete shop orientation and progressing through the planning and building of three projects.

Green Card Requirements: Students are required to have a Green Tag to enroll in this class. Students must complete the Guild’s online safety test and the Safety Orientation before the first course meeting.  (The Membership Director provided access to the test on the web site in the welcome email you received on joining.)

The projects are geared to provide hands-on practice in:

Choosing materials
Preparing and joining wood parts
Cutting precise joints
Machining multiple component parts
Mortise and tenon joinery, and
Cross lapping.

The course will end with an overview of general furniture and cabinetry finishing processes, tips and techniques.

This course is fast-paced, and students will be encouraged to use the Guild’s Open Shop times for additional project completion time as needed.

 Session Overviews

Session 1. Shop Orientation and Operation
Session 2. Building a Laminated cutting Board
Session 3. Building a Cutting Board, guided shop time
Session 4. Building a Presentation Box
Session 5. Building a Presentation Box, guided shop time
Session 6. Measuring, Marking and Layout of Projects
Session 7. Building a Craftsman Style Plant Stand
Session 8. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 9. Building a Plant Stand, guided shop time
Session 10. Finishing Techniques and Processes

*Craig Arnold, Tim Locke, Bill Lintner, Ron Lomax, Richard DeWitt, Geoff Cook, Wesley Meyer, Kevin Thomas, Jerry Thompson, Roland Mohler, Ryan Rossiter, Adrian Bruce and Marselle Bredemeyer.

Skill Building Clinics

Norm CarpenterAssistant Director

Norm Carpenter Assistant Director

The Guild presents a series of monthly skill building classes designed to present individual aspects of the woodworking craft to members who need to expand their skills in discrete areas. These are announced regularly through the Guild’s email service.

Date/Time: First Saturdays / 9:00 a.m., Unless otherwise noted
Fees: Generally free
Green Tag Requirements: Often not required
SignUp: No SignUp, Just ShowUp
Location: In the Shop

November 4th ClassOne Board Projects (featuring a birdhouse and bird feeder. Each built from a single cedar fence board) -David Kraatz- 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
December 2nd Class – Intentional Non-90 Degree Joints – Andrew Carr – 2:oo – 4:00 p.m.

Questions or Suggestions? Contact Norm at assttraining@kcwoodworkersguild.org.

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Feed the Program With Feedback!

Developing programs that feed the creative needs of our craftsmen requires continued and timely collection of data from the community we seek to serve.  Attached is a list of current and past classes offered by the Guild, stretching back to the limits of our collective memory.  We ask you to peruse the list (or not) and to email your Training Coordinator your suggestions on [A] what classes you would like to have offered (on the list or not), [B] your comments on class you have taken (Positive or Negative) and [C] classes you would be willing to teach/mentor.

Previous Classes

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 “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” 

                                           ― Benjamin Franklin