Woodworking 101

Woodworking 101

Over this 6-Week Course, Students will Learn the Basics of Woodworking:

• How to take rough lumber into a finished product
• Joinery methods such as dado and rabbit joints
• Get experience with both solid wood and panel goods

Each student will construct an apothecary shelf that they will take home at the end of the course.
This course is perfect for anyone looking to try woodworking and develop some of the basic skills that are essential to starting your own woodworking projects.

Course includes 6 sessions held on Monday evenings from 6:00pm-8:30pm

Dates: March 27, April 3, April 17, April 24, May 1, May 8
Note: Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate rescheduling for missed sessions. We encourage participants to ensure they are available for all course dates before registering.

Cost: $375.00+tax (Includes all materials)

This course is now full. We will be offering another Woodworking 101 course in the coming months. Please send us an email at info@londonwoodshop.ca to join the waitlist!
Facilitator: Tyler Poplar

Tyler is a graduate of the Fine Arts program at McMaster University. He has facilitated sessions at the London Community Woodshop for the past 4 years, including our popular Cutting Board and Charcutuerie Board Workshops. Tyler started his own custom woodworking business Poplar Woodworks in 2020 and is presently the Facilitator of the 12-week Foundations in Wood Manufacturing program at Pathways Skill Development & Placement Centre.

“I love building and designing to fulfill a purpose. Knowing the use of an object spurs a build process that’s challenging yet free enough to let creativity grow.”