Make It Take It Class- Build Your Own Triangle Shelf
MAKE IT! Students will hand craft a unique triangle shelf out of reclaimed wood- perfect for tchotchkies, trinkets, and tiny potted plants! TAKE IT! You will then take your shelf home and display things on it! Please review all details below, including the cancellation policies, before committing to a workshop. No prior wood working experience is necessary. All of our woodworking workshops are 18+. Workshop and Class Policies: - Please arrive to class on time- especially for an evening class. If you arrive more than 30 minutes late you will only be allowed to observe the remainder of the class. If you arrive more than an hour late, the instructor can choose if they want you to observe the class. - If you can not make a class, then you MUST message us here or let Verlocal staffs know 48 hours before the start of the class. - If you drop a class before the deadline, then absolutely NO credit will be given (this includes credit in the form of another class). - If for any reason Rebuilding Exchange needs to cancel a class or workshop, you will be notified and refunded. PLEASE NOTE: Final products may vary from the images that are shown. WHAT TO WEAR: Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Closed-toe shoes are required. Long hair must be tied back and no dangling jewelry or accessories should be worn. Facial hair should be trimmed and groomed. These rules are for your safety and must be followed. It is at the instructor's discretion to dismiss you from the workshop until proper attire is worn. WOODWORKING MATERIAL: All wood is part of the material fee included with the workshop. No outside material can be brought in to the workshop.
The Rebuilding Exchange is a non-profit social enterprise (501c3) and our mission is to create a market for reclaimed building materials. We do this by diverting materials from landfills and making them accessible for reuse through our retail warehouse, by promoting sustainable deconstruction practices, by providing education and job training programs, and by creating innovative models for sustainable reuse.
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