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Hand Carved Scoops + Spoons

Wednesday, November 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Instructor: Anthony Heinemann

$40 – $50

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Materials saved from the landfill:
wood

Skills you’ll learn:
carving, shaping, sanding

Please note, this two-day workshop takes place on Wednesdays, November 3 + 10 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm each night.

Handmade wooden spoons and scoops make beautiful heirloom pieces and wonderful host gifts. The class will lead you through basic hand carving skills to create a wood spoon or scoop from reclaimed hardwood. Participants will use a carving knife, spoon gouge, and sand paper to shape and refine their piece. The class will also cover proper care for wooden utensils using Perennial’s homemade wood wax.

This is an in-person class that will take place at Perennial. You will be assigned your own socially distanced work station, and will be required to wear a mask while you are here. Our full policies can be found here.

 

Class Policy

Cancellation Policy: Perennial reserves the right to cancel, combine or reschedule classes to adjust for enrollment. If Perennial cancels a class, you may transfer to another class or receive a full refund.

Refund Policy: Notice of withdrawal from a workshop must be made at least 14 days prior to the start of the class. No refunds will be given for withdrawals made after that time. No refunds or credits will be given for classes missed due to illness, personal conflict or other reasons. There are no exceptions to this policy. Please e-mail classes@perennialstl.org if you wish to withdraw from a workshop.

Details

Date:
Wednesday, November 3
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
$40 – $50
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Venue

Perennial
3762 S. Broadway
Saint Louis, MO 63118 United States

Organizer

Anthony Heinemann