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Traditional Shaving Horse Building Workshop (Service Learning)

Support North House Folk School’s passion for woodworking and woodcarving while learning the fundamentals of putting together a traditional shaving horse - a must-have shop tool for any traditional woodworker.  As a group, students will build up to 6 shaving horses for the North House woodshop (from ash and oak hardwoods), while learning basic mortise and tenon joinery, the assembly and function of the shaving horse and an introduction to applicable woodcarving projects related to the shaving horse (including some woodturning demonstrations). After this workshop, you will go home with a set of plans and know-how to pursue their own shaving horse project on your own.  Experienced and beginning woodworkers are encouraged to register.  Your participation fees for this service learning project may include:
   * traditional hand tool maintenance and use
   * basic mortise and tenon joinery
   * basic woodworking skills
   * lunch served daily on the North House campus for all service learning participants
   * pizza potluck in North House's wood-fired pizza oven

Dates

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Course Details

Length in days:
3

Hours:
9am-5pm

Tuition:
$75.00 per student (Regular rate)

Materials:
Included

Levels:
All Levels

Age with adult:

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All required tools/materials are provided by your instructor and North House and will be available once the course begins.

Once registered, students will receive a confirmation packet in the mail that may offer additional optional tool recommendations and suggested reading.

Jim Sannerud Jim Sannerud

Jim has been working with wood since he took his first woodworking class at the age of nine. That experience inspired him to start his own woodworking business and share with others the beauty and quality of hand-made wooden objects. In 2007 he began a pilot program in Ukraine teaching woodturning to children in orphanages. He has taught private and small group classes for the last 7 years in his St.Paul studio as well as at various folk schools, colleges and universities around the country. Jim makes his living woodturning and designing and building furniture.

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Traditional Shaving Horse Building Workshop (Service Learning)