Georgetown art school has woodworking class for kids

The Georgetown School of the Arts is offering several fall classes, including a woodworking class taught by Steve Burke.

This highly successful project-oriented class is designed to give students hands on experience with carpentry and woodworking. They will learn to plan, measure, cut, build, and decorate their projects using basic hand tools.

During the six-week program, students will learn to use woodworking tools in a safe and effective manner while also learning how to turn plans into reality.

Class enrollment is limited to offer each child focused attention from the teacher. Classes will be held on Fridays from 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. for ages 8-13, Nov. 2 – Dec. 14.

The cost is $220 for the six-week session, with a $30 materials fee. All tools included. Classes will be held at Georgetown School of the Arts, 25 Old Mill Road, Redding (Georgetown).

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