17 August, 2019 10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Please note that this 2-part workshop takes place over two days: August 17 and August 24, 2019.

Looking for a functional and unique piece of home decor? Use basic hand tools to build an elegant wooden chest to store your linens and blankets. Develop basic woodworking skills and practice reading plans, measuring and basic construction.

Cost: $150 + HST
Age: 18+

Who's teaching?

Shane Pyman is a carpenter with approximately 10 years of professional experience. After attending the Heritage Carpentry program at Algonquin College, he apprenticed in general carpentry and renovations with an eye for custom cabinetry and millwork.  He has owned and operated Pyman Heritage Carpentry for the last 4 years, specializing in interior built-ins, replication millwork and furniture.  Inspired by the patience and mastery of traditional craftsmen, he hopes to be able to pass along the basic skills and techniques to allow anyone to design and create their own masterpiece.

More recently, Shane has decided to take time away from Carpentry to follow an interest in artificial intelligence and has founded a startup building AI analysis tools. His hobbies now include rock climbing, camping and, of course, carpentry.

How to register:

1. Visit CityofKingston.ca/PLAY to create your new PLAY account. Creating an account is simple and free.
2. Register online at this link with course ID 00001865.
3. Registration can also be done in person at the INVISTA Centre, Rideau Heights Community Centre and Artillery Park Aquatic Centre.

You can browse all of the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum's workshops and camps on pages 23 and 29 of the City of Kingston's Recreation and Leisure Guide here.

Step-by-step instructions and Frequently Asked Questions have been added to CityofKingston.ca/PLAY to help you create your new account and sign up for registered programs. City staff are also available to answer any questions you have by phone at 613-546-4291 ext. 1900, 1800 or 1700 and in person at the Artillery Park Aquatic Centre, INVISTA Centre and Rideau Heights Community Centre and Library.

MacLachlan Woodworking Museum
2993 Hwy 2 E
Kingston, ON
K7L 5H6