Primitive Wooden Spoon Making Class

Templeton Center
$65.00 LR | $80.00
1:30 PM
5:30 PM
Michael Hanna

Primitive woodworking was nearly a lost art but has gained renewed popularity. With supervision, students will split a log, rough shape it using an axe, and carve it into a spoon using a straight and hook knife. All tools and supplies are provided. Register by July 12.

Safety is the top priority at Lynchburg Parks and Recreation as we continue to serve our community members with quality programs. We have implemented the following safety protocols for all our recreation programs: Assumption of Risk forms, health screening questions for participants, social distancing set-ups, face mask requirements, temperature checks, hand sanitation on site, and thorough cleaning of the facilities.

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