Leopold Bench Building
1 session on Wednesday, January 23 from 10-3
Note: This class is also offered on Monday, February 4 from 10-3. See class #74.
The Leopold bench is named after its creator, the "Father of Modern Conservation", Wisconsinite, Aldo Leopold. Join your neighbors in building a great trailside or fire ring bench where conversations, contemplations, observations or just a place to rest can occur. You will build one bench for yourself and build a second bench as a donation to the Door County Land Trust. Multiple pleasures gained in a short period of time for yourself and others! You will work in teams of two. Bring a sack lunch and any tools you may have such as: skill saw, drill, 5/16" and 3/4" bits, 7/8" and 1" speed bits, square, tape measure, pencil, socket set, quick grip-style clamps (minimum 2).
Location: Workshop Main Studio at The Clearing
Materials: $60-70 for materials to make 2 benches; payable at class
Shop Fee: $10 payable to The Clearing at registration