Class Enrollment is now OPEN!
Most of the classes will be limited to 6 students ,or 6 student/guardian teams, because the smaller facility limits us to six workbenches. Though at 2'x7' they are more than big enough for two people to work on small projects at opposite corners. So some of the project based classes might fill up fast.Not to worry though. The project based classes are in rotation so that one class you want to take will return.
On the bright side, smaller class sizes insures much more one-on-one instruction with the handsome teacher!
FREE Classes are Returning!
One of this schools biggest goals is to bring as many of the next generation into this craft as possible so all our popular free classes from the San Marcos school are returning.
- First Fridays make the perfect family outing, date night, escape from kids
- our "Introduction to Woodworking" class on Thursday nights focuses on the foundation tool of woodworking, sharpening, and quick tour of the school
- "The After Lunch Bunch" meets every Thursday after lunch.
And Something Totally Different
We are starting two new series of collaborative learning at wortheffort. "The Box Masters" series is for experienced woodworkers who want to take their skill to the next level. The "Women-N-WW'n" is for those lacking the Y-Chromosome who'd appreciate learning in a more collaborative social environment. Each of these series will have a teacher present to help and provide knowledge but the courses themselves will be lead by the group.
visit our course description page at wortheffort.com for more information.
Open Lab and Football? Impossible...
Y'all have asked for open lab time at the school and while our free "After Lunch Bunch" does have aspects to that what you've really wanted is time to come in, work on projects, ask questions, and learn about tools. So Monday nights we will be offering you individuals a "Support Group" of your own. Also, if we can swing it... there might be a game on in the background.
And as always, here at wortheffort... PARENTS LEARN FREE!
You can visit the "Parents Learn Free" page at wortheffort for all the details.