Youth Carpentry 101 (All Genders)
March 31, 2021
The Dapper Hammer
Yes, kids can build, too!! Whether your youth is completely new to tools, or has been unscrewing your kitchen cabinet handles for years (a favorite past time of young Darnell kiddos), this is the class for them!
Carpentry 101 is a safe, supportive environment for youth to explore new tools, learn new skills, and inspire themselves and others with their imagination. This class is a fun introduction to measuring, marking, cutting with the miter saw (a crowd favorite!), sanding, and hammer/screwdriver/power drill experience!
We will chat about shop safety, try our hand at a variety of tools, and work on an individual project, which each youth will take home with them at the end of class (and hopefully enjoy all summer long)!
Date: March 31, 2021
Who: Youth ages 8-18
*A Dapper Hammer scholarship fund is available to young womxn, LGBTQIA+ youth, & Black, Indigenous, and People of Color for Dapper Hammer classes, lessons, and workshops. Please contact us to request scholarship funds.
You are invited to watch class through the windows from the room next door, or you may drop off your youth and plan to return 15 mins before the end of class.
Classes are held at The Dapper Hammer Workshop, which is a large, open, well ventilated space. All adults and youth are asked to wear a mask at all times.
- Upon arrival, please complete a waiver for your youth before class begins
- Please wear closed-toed shoes
- Avoid wearing clothing with long ties (ie no hoodie strings)
- Any long hair should be tied/clipped back
- Sanitized eye and ear protection will be provided