CURRENT FAQ NEWS:
UPDATE: 3/24/2020 WE ARE OPEN ONLINE! We are working on fun virtual ways to do woodworking while our current space is closed. We have a brand new page that hosts our online offerings. The first offering is a free downloadable coloring sheet, updated daily! We are also offering our first VIRTUAL OPEN SHOP this thursday 6:00-9:00. A link will be posted shortly and this will be a free get together to talk through your projects you are working on at home with two woodworkers/makers Meena Mangalvedhekar and Jess Hirsch. See you on the internet!
UPDATE: 3/16/2020 WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSING! Due to the pandemic we believe it is our social responsibility to flatten the curve and advocate for social distancing. We are postponing our classes as the news comes out. If you have courses scheduled we will be emailing you about rescheduling opportunities and refunds. Its a bit of a dance to re-arrange all the classes so please be patient as we work through the upcoming classes for this week. We will most likely be rescheduling all classes through April 10th, but have to do it in batches. Thank you for your patience.
What actions are you taking for Covid-19?
We are staying up to date with information. Here are some of the local resources:
We are asking everyone that visits the woodshop to stay home if you feel even minor symptoms of cold, flu, fatigue, upper respiratory uneasiness. In such cases, we will allow you to reschedule any class for up to 60 days of your missed class (for any future date class). You can still cancel your classes 14 days in advance with no penalty.
We are upping the game and keeping our shop even cleaner before and after each class.Since COVID-19 can survive on surfaces for up to 9 days, it is important to disinfect surfaces and often.
All products leaving our shelves will go through the disinfection process for worry- free product owning or gifting experience.
If an instructor is ill, they will cancel classes and you will be fully refunded or can transfer your class credit immediately.
Notifications of class cancellation will be via email.
What is your cancellation policy during the Covid-19 crisis? You may transfer your class credit for up to 60 days of your cancelled class (to any future class). If the course costs less than you cancelled class we will not be able to refund the difference, and if it costs more, we will request the additional amount.
If you are taking a multi-day class and need to cancel for 2 or more sessions due to illness, you will be offered a credit for the percentage of courses you missed. Example: if you miss 2 of the Handy Person Kitchen Class ($40/ class) you will be able to transfer $80 credit to a new course. If you miss 1 class, we will help you catch up with notes, photos, and in some cases video documentation.
Who we are
Women's Woodshop is a woodworking studio that empowers people and builds community through the art of woodworking.
Currently, we offer classes in three areas: furniture, home repair, and craft.
We also host club nights and the occassional party...Our parties look more like a skillshare around building outhouses in the woods.
Become a Member
Join us for our annual member gathering and meet other makers.
Get the HEADS UP email to get the scoop when classes go live.
Support the shops future and reshape woodworking culture together.
About the shop
Women's Woodshop empowers women and non-binary makers through the art of woodcraft. We offer classes, community events, and more.
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