Woodshop Classes

The ArtsConnect woodshop class is semi-traditional. Participants will learn how to both design and build different woodworking projects. Our instructor will guide participants through the steps of building a piece from either reclaimed or new materials.  Each session is designed for participants to hone their craftsmanship, learn new skills and equipment, and explore the reaches of their creativity.

**PLEASE NOTE** Our woodshop classes are on hold right now so that we can move it to a new space!  Wait for our announcement of our grand reopening after our Center's renovation.  We will keep you posted on future woodshop classes.

Adult Woodshop Classes

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Ages 17 and up, Thursday, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.                                            

$95 for non-members per 6 week session
$85.50 for members per 6 week session.

The fee reflects a $10 supply fee as most supplies are provided.


Adult Woodshop Session Dates Day and Time Fee Register
Session 2 3/7 - 4/11/19 TH 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. $95/$85.50 Register
Session 3  5/2 - 6/6/19  cancelled for renovation $95/$85.50 Register
Session 4  8/22 - 9/26/19 cancelled for renovation $95/$85.50 Register
Session 5 10/17 - 11/21/19 cancelled for renovation $95/$85.50 Register

KIds' Woodshop Classes                                  Register here 

Ages 13-16, Thursday, 4:30 - 6 p.m.                                            

$65 for non-members per 6 week session
$58.50 for members per 6 week session.

The fee reflects a $5 supply fee as most supplies are provided.

Kids Woodshop Session Dates Day and Time Fee Register
Session 2  3/7 - 4/11/19 TH 4:30 - 6 p.m. $95/$85.50 Register
Session 3  5/2 - 6/6/19 cancelled for renovation $65/$58.50  Register
Session 4 8/21 - 9/26/19 cancelled for renovation $95/$85.50 Register
Session 5 10/17 - 11/21/19 cancelled for renovation $65/$58.50  Register

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nstructor:  Joe Mast

Joseph Mast is a self-taught wood worker who enjoys sharing his enthusiasm for woodworking with other people.  He studied Elementary Education at Western Kentucky University.  Joe currently works at Humana Health Care as an Automation Engineer, in the IT division.  His love for woodworking and fine carpentry began at age 6 when his grandfather taught him how to build and how to run a wood shop. Joe continues his grandfather’s legacy by teaching his own son, age 6, and other friends who are interested, woodworking.  Joe fulfills commissions for other people during his after work hours and teaches the ArtsConnect Woodshop Classes for teens and adults.

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