Maritime Workshop Series...experience history!
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at woodworking but needed a "guiding hand"? Wanted to create something special from a piece of wood? Then we have an excellent opportunity for you to experience history!
The Harbor History Museum is hosting a series of maritime-themed workshops led by our shipwright Nate Slater. These hands-on classes provide one-on-one instruction in a variety of woodworking techniques.
Know someone who has everything? The workshops make great Christmas gifts as well, for older teens and adults, male and female. Participants will learn basic woodworking techniques…plus take home a beautiful half-model of the Shenandoah, or have his/her very own skiff.
We have gift certificates available at the museum for any of the workshops if you want to give a truly unique holiday gift this season. If you would like a certificate, give us a call at 253-858-6722, ext. 5, or stop by the museum at 4121 Harborview Drive!
Classes are small to allow one-on-one interaction with Nate.
Half Model Shenandoah Construction – create your own beautiful half model of the historic Shenandoah:
Dates: Saturdays, Feb. 23, March 2, 9, & 16
Times: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm (possibly to 5 pm)
We have 5 work “stations” remaining (each station can have one to two participants)
Cost per station: $150 HHM member, $200 non HHM museum member
Build your own Stiitch-and-Glue Skiff Class – build a Sam Devlin 5’x10’ plywood skiff
Dates: Weekends, April 6 & 7, 13 & 14, 20 & 21, 27 & 28
Times: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
We have 3 work stations remaining (each station can have one or two participants)
Cost per station: $400 HHM member, $450 non HHM museum member
Spring “Planking” Class – learn how to remove and replace a plank on the historic vessel Shenandoah:
Dates: One weekend only, May 18 & 19
Times: 2:00 – 5:00 pm
Room for only 5 more participants
Cost per participant: $30 HHM member, $40 non HHM museum member
Workshop pre-registration is required. Non-refundable, due to materials and shipwright scheduling.
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