Pine Croft (in Berea, KY) will host a series of classes this April and May, 2021. I have two classes on the schedule: a wooden carrier class April 10 & 11 and the greenwood stool April 30, May 1 & 2. The wooden carrier is nearly full, if it hasn’t reached capacity yet, and there are a couple of spots remaining in the greenwood class. Each class will host a maximum of six students.
For those who are not acquainted with Pine Croft – in it’s previous life it was the Kelly Mehler School of Woodworking. Berea College now owns the property and is reopening the wood school as The Woodworking School at Pine Croft. I’m helping, both as an administrator and an instructor, to get the school up and running again. 2020 was a wash, with safety precautions knocking down our scheduled classes. We’re planning a reduced schedule for the upcoming spring and will adjust if conditions require it.
Berea’s beautiful in the spring, hope you’ll consider a class. Take a look at the precautions listed on the Pine Croft site – we’re planning on courses and will evaluate again as the spring approaches. Because of the uncertainty, the registration deposit is $100 to hold a spot and there’s a full refund (on both the deposit and the class cost) if we need to cancel.
I’ll teach two classes and assist a couple of other great courses: Aspen Golann‘s Carving Class in April and again when Megan Fitzpatrick teaches the Dutch Tool Chest in May. Excited to teach alongside them. Here’s hoping that spring’s a breath of fresh air.