Basics to Boxes – A Woodworking Day for Parents and Kids!

MARK YOU CALENDARS!  MONTHLY WORKSHOPS  FOR PARENTS/CAREGIVERS AND KIDS!

Saturday, January 31st : Basics To Boxes

Build a toolbox – from scratch!  Participating parent-child teams will learn how to read a plan, make a sketch, measure, mark and handsaw parts for a basic “stuff box”, and a sturdy pine toolbox.  Use hand drills to create essential holes; activate hammers, nails, and glue to hold things together!  Each adult-child team goes home with a pair of boxes they created together, that last a lifetime.

All safety equipment, tools and materials provided, no prior experience necessary.  All projects go home!

Saturday 1/31/15  |  9a-12p  | $85 per adult/child pair  |  Limited space

FAQs 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is ample street parking, and public transportation / bike options are plentiful and easy!

What can/can’t I bring to the event?
Please leave your own tools, materials and how-to books at home!  Feel free to bring non-allergenic snacks to munch on at your leisure, we’ll have some too..  Also, this event is for teams of two – teams larger than two will have to sit this one out.

Who are these FutureMaker people?
FutureMakers is a team of Baltimore-based makers who coach tool, tech and material-based workshops for small hands with big ideas  Learn more about them at www.kidsmakethingsbetter.com.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Yes!  Please email chris@stationnorthtoollibrary.org for more info!