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On this page you will find an up-to-the-minute list of classes.
If you see a class you would like to attend please follow the SIGN UP button to register. If the listing does not have a SIGN UP button this means the class is full and/or is no longer available, however you may add your name to the WAITLIST by clicking the link and navigating the Workshops tab to find the class/workshop you are interested in, then add your name to the waitlist.
Many of our classes are geared towards beginners. Taking woodworking classes is a great way to learn how to work safely and efficiently, all while making something beautiful. We suggest starting with BASIC classes until you feel comfortable on the machines.
Just like any other skill, we do better the more we practice. With that in mind, every class is designed to teach you new techniques and give you opportunities to practice. Everyone learns differently, but like any other craft, woodworking takes time to gain skills. Think of it like learning to play an instrument or speak a foreign language - it's going to take time to get good at it.
Most classes require SAFETY ORIENTATION as a prerequisite but some like DIY or Cutting Boards or Woodturning do not. For more detailed information, including pricing, please click on the class titles.
In order to maximize learning opportunities and minimize down time, we limit most of our classes to 6 students. As a result, most of our classes/workshops fill up a week or two in advance.
Wondering what to take first or what to take next? Check out our Curriculum page.
AGE REQUIREMENTS: Woodworking classes are open to those 16 and older, unless otherwise noted in the class description, however, if you are under 18 years of age, you will need to have your parent or guardian sign a liability waiver before you to attend. Liability waivers must be signed at the shop during business hours or at the start of class. If you do not have a signed liability waiver you will be not be able to participate and you will lose your registration fee.
If you have any questions about classes/private lessons please email INFO@COMMUNITYWOODSHOPLA.COM. While we do our best, we are a small business and can rarely respond quickly. Thanks in advance for your patience and thanks again for your interest!