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Class details and schedule

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Humboldt Woodworking Society and College of the Redwoods invite you to enroll in and enjoy these woodworking classes as part of WoodFair 2012.? Class sizes are strictly limited, so register early to reserve your space.? Classes are scheduled to be held at the main campus of College of the Redwoods, 7351 Tompkins Hill Road, Eureka, in the Applied Technology Building, Room 109.? Register for any of these classes by calling 707-269-4000.? For additional information about other WoodFair 2012 events, please visit www.HumboldtWoodFair.org.



MARQUETRY (033023)

Date:    ?June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 2012          ?

Day:    Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri          

Time:    ?4:30pm ? 9:30pm            ?

Fee:     ?$299 (+$60 material kit fee payable to instructor)

Limit:    ?15

Location:   CR Main Campus, AT 109

Instructor:   Greg Zall

Greg Zall brings his 25-plus years of woodworking experience to College of the Redwoods.? Marquetry is a technique in which different colors of wood veneers are carefully cut to fit precisely together in a design.? The idea that one can paint a picture using the natural colors of wood is ancient.? In the mid-sixteenth century, Italian craftsmen started using marquetry as furniture decoration, beginning a long history that still thrives today.? During the process of completing a project, students will learn the double-bevel method of marquetry.? This highly accurate technique eliminates gaps around individual pieces of the marquetry picture.? In addition to the class fee payable at the time of registration, there will be an additional fee for tools and materials of $60 payable to the instructor on the first day of class.? This kit includes a set of high-quality tools, and a pack of fun veneers in a variety of textures and colors.




Date:    June 25, 2012          ?

Day:    ?Monday          

Time:    10:00am ? 4:00pm

Fee:    $75

Limit:    8

Location:  CR Main Campus, AT 109

Instructor:   Doralee Smith & Dennis Burgess

This basic carpentry skills class is designed for women to build confidence and to help start a first project.? In this class you will complete a toolbox.? The fee covers instruction, materials, supplies, and handouts.? Pierson Building Center provides lumber, a $25 gift card, and a 10% discount on all tools purchased at Pierson’s for one month.?




Date:    June 26, 2012          ?

Day:    ?Tuesday          

Time:    10:00am ? 4:00pm

Fee:    $75

Limit:    8

Location:  CR Main Campus, AT 109

Instructor:   Doralee Smith & Dennis Burgess

This class is for women who have completed the first class.? In this class you will complete a simple project that will be useful in your future carpentry work.? The fee covers instruction, materials, supplies, and handouts.?



WOODEN SPOKESHAVE (033026)           ?

Date:     ?June 27, 2012  ?         ?

Day:     Wednesday          

Time:     ?9:00am ? 5:30pm        ?

Fee:    ?$149

Limit:     ?12   

Location:  CR Main Campus, AT 109

Instructor:   Bert Hafar

Attention hand tool lovers.? How would you like to construct a working spokeshave Come make your own wood body spokeshave.? Learn proper use and sharpening.? Safety will be emphasized.? You will construct a low angle wood bodied spokeshave that you get to keep.? This will be a hands-on class utilizing both power tools and hand tools.? Basic woodworking skills are necessary.? All required tools and spokeshave components will be provided.? Feel free to bring your own wood rasp, files, or floats.? This will be a fun class and you will get to take home a spectacular hand tool.?




Date:     ?June 29 & 30, 2012        

Day:     Friday & Saturday        

Time:     ?9:00am ? 1:00pm    ?

Fee:     $49            ?

Limit:     ?16            ?

Location:  CR Main Campus, AT 109

Instructor:   Bert Hafar

Welcome to woodworking.? This will be an introduction to woodworking fundamentals as they apply to the construction of a cutting board.? Proper techniques will be demonstrated and safety will be emphasized.? Design and build your own personal cutting boards in a relaxed, friendly setting.? All materials and tools will be provided.? No experience required.?




Date:     ?July 10, 2012          

Day:     Tuesday

Time:     ?10:00am ? 4:30pm

Fee:     $49

Limit:     ?10

Location:  CR Main Campus, AT 106

Instructor:   Nick Shull

This class will introduce you to the use of computer numerical controlled (CNC) machines for woodworking and cabinetmaking.   Learn about CNC routers, software, tooling,  and methods of work holding.? The CNC router works like a printer.? Work is composed on a computer and then the design or drawing is sent to the CNC router for the hard copy.? This outputs a 3-dimensional copy of the work.? The CNC router uses a cutting tool instead of an ink jet.? The cutting tool is generally a router, but other cutters can be used as well.? The CNC router is ideal for hobbies, engineering prototyping, product development, art, robotic education, and production work.?





Contact Community & Economic Development
Mail: Community & Economic Development
College of the Redwoods
605 K Street
Eureka, CA 95501

Phone: 707.269.4000 Fax: 707.269.4020

Website: www.redwoods.edu