April is "National Woodworking Month," and the folks at a north Phoenix woodworking supply store are hoping to spread their knowledge of carpentry with others.
If you're interested in doing more projects around the house or want to become a do-it-yourself expert, now's your chance!
Throughout the month of April, Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is offering hands-on experience with "make & take" project classes.
Classes range from $25-$60 and include all the materials and instruction — no experience or tools are needed.
Children under the age of 18 are welcome to attend but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and must sign a waiver. Each class will last between two and three hours and will focus on one single project.
Project classes include:
- Custom Knife - mount, shape and finish a custom wood handle/grip on a knife kit.
- Turned Handle - turn a wood handle on the lathe that can be used with bottle opener, ice cream scoop or pizza cutter hardware.
- Wireless Speaker - build a small decorative box and install the speaker components inside.
- Custom Sign - use a plunge router and character templates to create their own sign on a wood blank.
To register and sign up for any of these classes, click here .
IF YOU GO:
4626 E. Thunderbird Road
Phoenix, AZ 85032