Looking for a carpentry class this summer. I am familiar with woodworking,
use of table saw, drill press, router, etc. Would like to learn techniques
and methods, especially jigs and joinery. Emphasis on furniture would be
excellent, but general woodworking is fine.
If anybody knows of any carpentry classes in the Phoenix area, please let me
know, via email.
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The Rockler on East Thunderbird often has 'how tos' and there's a turning
business on North 7th Street, Precision Wood Turnings that use to offer
classes. You might also try the Woodworker's Source locations to see if
they know of anything.
There's always Sun City West though I'm not sure if you have to reside in
Or possibly do a web and google search. "woodworking classes, phoenix, az"
turned up about 4400 hits on Yahoo.
South Mountain Community College offers beginning and advanced
woodworking courses, including at least one that I'm aware of that
focuses on furniture specifically. They run the classes out of
McClintock High School, which has a truly impressive wood shop. I
don't know if they have summer courses, though.
Check this website: http://www.azfinewoodworkers.org /
This is a good organization for woodworkers and they hold meetings every
month with a wide variety of demos. Also most of the members are long time
woodworkers and can help you with any area of woodworking. They are having
a special demo later this month.
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