The following workshops are scheduled: Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging December 9+10, 2017 Forging Workshop II: Kitchen Utensils January 6+7, 2018 Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging … Continue reading Scheduled Workshops
I have changed the curriculum for Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging. Students will still learn the basics, but through making different projects. The new curriculum is a bit more “friendly” to new students, as the projects are less intensive than in the past. The new curriculum includes making an “S” hook, a spice hook (a… Continue reading Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging Has a New Curriculum
I will be teaching a Father-Son Beginning Forging workshop on the weekend of April 22 + 23, 2017. This workshop will be tailored to the strength and agility of a 14-16 year old boy. I have two openings for another Father/Son team. If you are interested in joining us, please call me, or e-mail… Continue reading Father-Son Beginning Forging Workshop
There are two workshops scheduled for February, 2017: February 4+5: Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging (One spot available) February 11+12: Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging (One spot available) If you are interested in either workshop, please contact me ASAP at email@example.com …Dan Nauman
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Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging is scheduled for September 3+4, 2016. There are two spots available. Please contact me if you are interested in taking this workshop ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (262) 626-2208. Please refer to the Workshop Curriculum above for workshop details. Thanks, and I hope to see you here. …Dan Nauman
The following workshops have been scheduled for June 2016: “Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging” June 11 + 12 There are currently two spots open for this workshop. Please contact me ASAP if you are interested in this workshop. …Dan Nauman