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Women's Woodworking: Joinery for the Novice (In-person)

Woman working with power tools

Got a bunch of tools and would like to learn what they can do? This course is for you!

You will learn to safely and effectively use common household hand and power tools to complete two simple projects. Use the mitre saw, bandsaw, router, handsaws, chisels, cordless drill and other tools to fashion a variety of joints between wood pieces.

Armed with these skills, you'll be able to take on future carpentry projects of your own! All materials will be provided.

Course details

Summer 2023

Dates/Times: Saturdays, June 24 to July 29, 2023 (5 weeks - no class July 1)
1 p.m. - 4 p.m. | In-person
Save 15% if you register before June 10, 2023
Location: The Ville Cooperative
241 Canada Street, Room 15, Fredericton, N.B.
Price: $220 (+ HST)
Instructor: Clare Tahershamsi

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About the instructor

Clare Tahershamsi has a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Bachelor of Education from the university of New Brunswick. She is a former vocational woodshop teacher in Anglophone West School District (AWSD) as well as Anglophone School District South (ASDS). Clare is an avid handywoman with excellent carpentry skills.

Clare is currently employed as a Workplace Essential Skills (WES) instructor at the Multicultural Association of Fredericton (MCAF).

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