Family Woodworking Workshops (ages 4+ with caregiver)


In these parent/caregiver workshops, children will learn about building with real tools.  We will teach our students to safely use hammers, nails, handsaws, wrenches, nuts, bolts, drills and a variety of construction materials to build creative projects.  This is old-fashioned, hands-on learning with contemporary creative (and environmental) values!


Time: 3:30 to 5:00 pm
Ages:  all ages with caregiver
Cost: $35 each (includes all materials and tools)

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Register for all six workshops and receive a $20 discount. Register for three, four or five workshops and receive a $10 discount. Registration for multiple workshops must happen at the same time in order to receive the discount. No discounts will be given retroactively.

When signing up for multiple workshops, please leave a note to specify which workshops you are signing up for.

About the Instructor

Randy Miller is excited to be sharing his love of woodworking with young people and their families. He works in architecture and enjoys woodworking on the side. He has a life-long interest in how things are built.  In addition to earning his bachelor's degree in Architecture from Iowa State, he has a marine carpentry degree from Seattle Central's Wood Technology Center. Randy also has experience working with young people as a day camp leader and, currently, is an uncle to six kids. As a woodworking instructor, he focuses on design, creativity, proper tool use, and safety.

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