Thu, 11 May|
Woodend Men's Shed
Woodwork for Women
Join the Woodend Men's Shed for this six week pilot program and learn how to use a range of basic tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, hand saws, chisels and drills.
Time & Location
11 May, 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Woodend Men's Shed, 988 Black Forest Dr, Woodend VIC 3442, Australia
About the Event
What's it all about?
During this six-week pilot program, participants will be taught to use a range of basic tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, hand saws, chisels, drills and other tools. Once familiar with the tools, the participants will make three different items, including a bird nesting box (community project, working in pairs), a planter box and a personal project of their choice (options include cutting board, cheese board, pencil case etc.)
All tools and materials will be supplied and it is recommended participants bring a notepad and pen for taking notes.
There will be three tutors per night, to ensure there is good guidance for each participant throughout the program. Safety is paramount.
This pilot program is for people who identify as female.
Old clothes are recommended and jewellery should be kept to a minimum.
Term 2 2023 Information
Woodwork for Women will run on a Thursday evening between 7.30pm and 9pm for six weeks. The first session is on Thursday 11th May and the last session is on Thursday 15th June. There is no cost for this pilot program.