Woodworking Classes for Children and for Adults
Woodworking…develops self-discipline, self-control, an awareness of one’s strengths and one’s limits, the striving for beauty in all work, experience of others’ struggles and successes, the value of mutual support, and the experience of the possibility for improvement that points into the future.”
Atta Turck, Woodworking Teacher, Eugene (OR) Waldorf School
WSP Woodworking teacher Todd Parker White knows the simple joy of creating an object of beauty and utility from a piece of wood, and he wants you to feel that joy, too. Todd offers woodworking workshops for children and adults after school and in the evening, respectively.
Student Woodwork – for children in grades 4 and above. We will focus on various activities involving green woodwork (the transforming of large logs into useful items). Program are on Thursdays after school.
Adult Woodwork – we will explore shaping green wood logs into a variety of utilitarian objects such as spatulas, spoons, and bowls. Programs are on Thursdays from 7p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Contact: Todd White at 717-916-9949 or TKERKUK@gmail.com for more information.