Woodsmith is excited to announce its first, annual 2-day Fall Workshop coming to Des Moines, Iowa, September 30th – October 1st.
From the Woodsmith Workshop website:
Held at Living History Farms, an interactive outdoor history museum that educates, entertains, and connects people of all ages to Midwestern rural life experiences. Our workshop is an opportunity for makers, woodworkers, and DIYers of all levels to meet like-minded individuals, learn, and get inspired to create.
The event will consist of many informational sessions held by woodworking experts including Anne Briggs with Anne of all Trades, Matt Cremona, James Hamilton with Stumpy Nubs, George Vondriska with Woodworkers Guild of America, the cast of the Woodsmith Shop TV Show and the editors of Woodsmith magazine.
Cost is $450 per person, with a group discount available for 20 or more people who sign up together.
For more information:
Living History Farms is an interactive outdoor history museum which educates, entertains and connects people of all ages to Midwestern rural life experiences.
They seek to re-create the daily routines of representative historical years by means of “living history” interpretation. To accomplish this, LHF constructs authentic simulations of typical historical farm sites and a small town from time periods that illustrate major changes in agricultural technology, procedures and rural life.