If you are looking for a holiday gift that will create lasting memories, treat your loved one to a class in woodworking! Sign yourself up to share the experience!
Wood and Resin Jewelry Making
Date: January 10th, 12th, 17th, and 19th
Instructor Kathy Prisco will be giving a multifaceted class on making jewelry using a variety of techniques over the course of four evenings. The first week Kathy will give demonstrations and students have an opportunity to experiment with a scroll saw, mixing and pouring epoxy resin, and gluing up thin pieces of wood and hand turning wooden rings and bracelets. Students will also learn some rudimentary techniques for assembling jewelry. The object of the class is that students will be exposed to enough processes that during the second week, they will be able to design and create a piece of jewelry of their choosing.
Make Your Own Ukulele
Friday, January 20, 6PM–9PM
Saturday, January 21, 10AM–5PM
Sunday, January 22, 10AM–5PM
Guitar Maker and woodworker Bill Sterling will lead this exciting new class. Students will build their own Ukulele from start to finish, and leave with an instrument they can play for years to come. This is a great chance for students to try making musical instruments while learning fundamental woodworking skills in the shop. This opportunity can be a great holiday gift for a recipient who is passionate about music or for someone looking to pick up a new hobby. Have fun, make stuff, and play music. What could be better? This class will take place in the classroom at the HRMM Wooden Boat School located at 86 Rondout Landing in Kingston.
Staff and volunteers of the Hudson River Maritime Museum's Wooden Boat School and Sailing & Rowing School.
Hudson River Maritime Museum
50 Rondout Landing
Kingston, NY 12401
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