We’ve been hunkered down here at the farm along with everyone else. We’re not having regular hours this Summer, but still welcome visitors by appointment. We’ll offer a few workshops for small groups that can be held outdoors. The popular Blacksmithing workshops will be held Sunday July 26; Beginning workshop at 12:30 PM, the Intermediate workshop at 3 PM.
Sunday, July 26, 2020 12:30 PM. You will use a gas forge to make a hook for a hanging planter, and another special item. All materials are provided. Please wear cotton clothes and closed-toe shoes, you will be working with red-hot metal! In order to work safely, we limit the class to 6 participants. This class is prerequisite to the Intermediate class which follows at 3:30pm. You can sign up for both classes, each have a separate fee. Cost $55.00 per student, including all materials. To reserve your space, call Jean at (419) 560-0780.
Sunday, July 26, 2020 3:30PM. The Intermediate class begins with a fire rake project. After you learn to make simple projects with 1/4″ rod in the Beginning class, you are ready for the Intermediate class. You’ll work with 3/8″ or 1/2″ stock to make a fire rake to use with your own fireplace or campfire. If you have already taken this class, you can take it again to advance your skills; the instructor will work with you to develop a more difficult project. Please wear cotton clothing and closed-toe shoes, you’ll be working with hot metal! In order to