BARN All Classes and Events

    • Tuesday, September 14, 2021
    • Tuesday, December 28, 2021
    • 16 sessions
    • Class time is Pacific Standard Time
    • 37
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    **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

    The Writers Studio is happy to announce the revival of Word Sprint-- a weekly time to write in the company of others. Using Zoom to come together, we'll write for twenty-five minutes, take a break, repeat. There is no sharing or critique of your writing, only fast-paced, supportive productivity in the company of other writers. It will be fun, exciting, and might be the thing to help you finish (or start...) your manuscript. These virtual sessions will help participants set aside time to write and be with other writers in an informal setting. 

    The sessions will be led by a rotating team of hosts including Jen Scheiderman, Amelia Ramsey, Kassia Sing, Genevieve Douglass, and Steve Bice


    Details:

    • You can register at anytime even if a session has passed.

    • A Zoom link will be sent one day prior to each session to the email you registered with. Please watch for this email. Signing up does not mean you have to commit to all the sessions.


    Studio Lead: Mary Sloat   Writers.Lead@bainbridgebarn.org

    • Thursday, September 16, 2021
    • Thursday, December 30, 2021
    • 15 sessions
    • Class time is Pacific Standard Time
    • 32
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    **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

    The Writers Studio is happy to announce the revival of Word Sprint-- a weekly time to write in the company of others. Using Zoom to come together, we'll write for twenty-five minutes, take a break, repeat. There is no sharing or critique of your writing, only fast-paced, supportive productivity in the company of other writers. It will be fun, exciting, and might be the thing to help you finish (or start...) your manuscript. These virtual sessions will help participants set aside time to write and be with other writers in an informal setting. 

    The sessions will be led by a rotating team of hosts including Jen Scheiderman, Amelia Ramsey, Kassia Sing, Genevieve Douglass, and Steve Bice


    Details:

    • You can register at any time even if some sessions have passed.
    • This class will be conducted via Zoom. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial. Please make sure you have the most current version of the Zoom software.

    • A Zoom link will be sent one day prior to each session to the email you registered with. Please watch for this email. Signing up does not mean you have to commit to all the sessions.

    Studio Lead: Mary Sloat  Writers.Lead@bainbridgebarn.org

    • Saturday, September 18, 2021
    • Saturday, October 02, 2021
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop Studio, Class Code: WO091821PK
    • 0
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    Learn how to use hand tools skillfully in this three-week component of BARN's Beginning Woodworking series.

    You will build a two-compartment tote, handy for storing or carrying silverware, garden tools or other items. The project was specifically designed to give you experience with the most common hand tools. You will learn to use:

    • measuring and marking tools
    • crosscut and rip cut hand saws
    • hand planes
    • chisels
    • hand drill (bit and brace)
    • coping saw

    Details:

    • Ages 14+ are welcome.
    • Depending on your pace, you may need to work on your tote during Open Studio time in order to complete it by the end of the class. The instructor will be available at the beginning of the Open Studio sessions that begin immediately after each of these class sessions, so you may wish to bring a lunch and plan to stay past noon. To participate in these sessions, you must first take our free, one-hour Orientation to the Woodshop class. See dates on the calendar. (Use of the shop during these times is always free for members. Non-members can also participate at no charge for the duration of this class.)
    • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
    • You must wear closed-toe shoes.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.

    Instructor: Paul Kury. Paul studied woodworking at Lonnie Bird’s School of Fine Woodworking in Dandridge, Tennessee, and has been an active woodworker for 40 years. His preference is 18th century furniture. Paul also volunteers as a woodworking safety monitor at BARN.

    • Monday, September 20, 2021
    • Friday, September 24, 2021
    • 3 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop Studio, Class Code: WO092021JS
    • 0
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    Get started on your woodturning adventure with this three-session beginner's class, where you’ll complete small spindle projects as you learn safety, tool control and how to create the basic shapes involved in spindle and bowl turning.

    By successfully completing this class and our free, one-hour Orientation to the Woodshop class, you will be cleared to use the wood lathes for spindle turning during Open Studio. You will also be eligible to take a bowl-turning class, although it is strongly suggested that you spend time turning in Open Studio a few times before you enroll in that class. (Note that you still must take Tool Safety Classes before using other power tools in the Studio.)

    • In Session 1, you will turn basic spindle shapes as you learn about woodturning safety, gouge technique and how to use the tools with good body mechanics — all important to building a foundation to launch your turning skills. Tools you will use: spindle roughing gouge, spindle gouge.
    • In Session 2, you will refine your use of the spindle roughing gouge and spindle gouge, learn how to use a parting tool, and design and turn a spindle project between centers. You may need to sand and finish your project outside of class.
    • In Session 3, you will increase the precision of your turning technique by making a small project such as a honey dipper, finial, spinning top or goblet, with your own design elements. You will be turning using a scroll chuck, and further refine your gouge skills by turning a thinner design with smaller elements. Time permitting, a texturing tool may be used on appropriate projects.

    Details:

    • Ages 14+ are welcome.
    • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
    • You must wear safety glasses and closed-toe shoes, tie back long hair, and avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry. We recommend bringing your own safety glasses.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.

    Instructor: Jamie Straw has been turning wood for several years, working on both spindle and bowl projects, and has taught woodturning at BARN since July 2017. She also serves as coordinator of BARN’s woodturning classes.  She is past Vice President for Education and Training for the local chapter of the American Association of Woodturners. Her focus is on helping students build skills progressively as they design and create their woodturning projects. 


    • Monday, September 20, 2021
    • Wednesday, September 22, 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Woodshop Studio, Class Code: WO092021DJ
    • 0
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    * This class has a prerequisite. Please see below.

    Because they cut fast and loud, routers can be one of the scariest woodworking tools. But they are also one of the most versatile. With a router, you can create your own molding for picture frames, cut joints, detail edges, create inlays, make multiple matching parts, and much more. Whole books are written about routers and what they can do.

    This class focuses on the basics and safe practices so you can confidently set up and use both hand-held routers and table-mounted routers. The class is limited to four students to ensure hands-on time for everyone.

    At the first session, you will learn how to use the router table safely. You will change router bits, adjust the fence, and run softwood and hardwood samples, to see how the effects vary. While the class won't focus on creating a project, you will wind up with skills that you can use later to create picture frames or  other projects.

    The second session will focus on hand-held routers. You will learn about the different types and will install and adjust edge bits. You will shape edges and create edge rabbits.

    Details:

    • Ages 14+ are welcome.
    • * Open to those who have taken Woodshop Tool Safety Checkout 2.
    • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Please click here to read more. Studio-specific safety policies are here.
    • You must wear safety glasses and closed-toe shoes, tie back long hair, and avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry. We recommend bringing your own safety glasses.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.

    Instructor: Don Johnson has been using routers for more than 30 years to create a variety of furniture pieces and table stands. He especially appreciates the way using a router adds a level of sophistication to any wood project  He's  found that routers are perfect for creating rabbits for glass or stone insets.

    • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
    • Thursday, September 23, 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code JE092121SJ
    • 0
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    This 2 session (in-studio) class, students will learn through instructor demonstration and guided hands-on practice exercises: how to safely set up a soldering station, ignite your torch, anneal and solder metal together. Students will be given the opportunity to work with the industry standard Smith Little torch, propane/oxygen torches and the EZ propane torch during this class.

    This is an introduction/beginner/refresher level class, all levels of experience are welcome.

    Details:

    • Beginning level class, no jewelry experience necessary. 
    • $25 materials fee will be added to class fee when you register.
    • Students with all levels of experience welcome. Ages 14 and up. 
    • Please wear closed-toe shoes. Wear hearing protectors when warranted and safety glasses; bring your own or use BARN's. Tie back long hair. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry; roll up sleeves.
    • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
    • For tuition assistance click here to complete the online application form.  
      If you have any questions about the tuition assistance application process, please contact our Program Manager Jess Henderson at jessh@bainbridgebarn.org or call (206) 842-4475 x221.


    Instructor Bio: 

    Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and teacher with experience in fine metal arts, jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, and photography. 

    Sarah teaches because she feels that making art is a creative outlet everyone should have the opportunity to experience. 

    You can view her recent work on Instagram at: @sarahjonesjewelry and @foggyroaddesigns



    • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
    • BARN, Welding Studio, Class Code ME092121
    • 0
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    This is a beta class being offered to BARN volunteers, staff, and board members so that the instructor can conduct a test run. A registration code has been emailed to those invited to attend. This class is scheduled for the public on October 5th. Click here to register.

    The Jack Archer Welding & Sheet (JAWS) metal Orientation class is required for folks new to the shop. You’ll get a full overview of the capabilities, hazards, and safety protocols practiced while working in this space. Major tools will be identified and their use discussed along with the related hazards. You’ll learn the various welding and plasma cutting capabilities JAWS has to offer, and proper use of grinders, cutters, and saws. You’ll also be introduced to the myriad sheet metal working tools available, both hand-held, as well as the larger shears, roll, brakes, and spot welder.

    This “Observe & Learn”, no-cost class offers only the basic but required understanding of what’s possible in JAWS. Hands-on experience with these tools is gained by taking classes, the first and best being our Wacky-Tacky Art class (link here), where you’ll use several tools to make a wacky piece of your own.

    This class is free but please register as there is a class size limitation of 4 students. Class size is for safety so the instructor can focus on the presentation and to help students.

    Details:

    • Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.
    • Students must wear natural fiber clothing, long sleeves, long pants, and closed toe shoes (preferably leather or cotton). No stretch fabrics.
    • Please read the Metal Fabrication Studio specific safety protocols here.
    • BARN-wide safety protocols can be found here.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 



    • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • BARN, Jack Archer Welding & Sheet Metal Shop, Class Code ME092121
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    This is a beta class being offered to BARN volunteers, staff, and board members so that the instructor can conduct a test run. A registration code has been emailed to those invited to attend. This class is scheduled for the public on October 5th. Click here to register.

    Come join the fun in the Jack Archer Welding & Sheet (JAWS) metal shop where you’ll learn how to safely use the power tools needed to cut, form, and tack-weld chunks of metal to form a piece of Wacky-Tacky Art. You will receive basic instruction on how to tack-weld with our Miller MIG 215 welders. This is a hands-on class designed to build the skills needed to safely participate in JAWS Open Studio events (MIG or TIG welding class or equivalent experience is required to weld during Open Studio). You’ll be outfitted with all the safety gear needed to safely operate the tools used. This class is your gateway to JAWS and is Highly Recommended prior to any welding or plasma cutter classes. Above all, this is truly a FUN class that’s full of great learning experiences.

    Details:

    • Prerequisite: You must attend JAWS Orientation before attending Wacky-Tacky Art.
    • Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.
    • Students must wear natural fiber clothing, long sleeves, long pants, and closed toe shoes (preferably leather or cotton). No stretch fabrics.
    • Please read the Metal Fabrication Studio specific safety protocols here.
    • BARN-wide safety protocols can be found here.
    • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 



    • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
    • Thursday, September 23, 2021
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code: JE092121JH
    • 2
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    This class has prerequisites. See below.

    Learning how to form metal using the hydraulic press opens new possibilities for your work! In this class, you’ll learn how to create multiples of the same shape, which you can turn into beads, pendants, and components for earrings, bracelets, and necklaces. If you’re using textured metal, you won’t lose detail as you form the components. 

    Students will learn how to: 

      • Texture metal using the rolling mill
      • Create dimensional squares, diamonds, teardrops, and other non-spherical shapes using pre-made silhouette dies and the hydraulic press
      • Cut disks using the disk cutter and form them using a dapping block in the hydraulic press

      You will be able to produce a bead, a pair of earring dangles, or a pendant. You will also have time to create samples of each forming technique.

      Upon completion of this class you may want to advance to the next skill by registering for Create Cuff Bracelets Using the Hydraulic Press that begins on October 19th. You can read more and register here.

      Students should bring:
      • Pen, notebook, fine-point Sharpie or other pen that writes on metal, 6” metal ruler
      • Optional: texturing punches, textures to run through the rolling mill 
      • If you want to work in silver, please bring your own 24 or 22 gauge sterling sheet at least 2” x 4” (if you have a larger piece, don’t cut it)


      Details:

      • This is a beginning / intermediate level class.  
      • Prerequisites:
        Students must know how to cut metal using a jeweler’s saw and the step shear; and drill, anneal, and file metal. Riveting and soldering skills will be helpful.
      • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
      • Please wear closed-toe shoes. Wear hearing protectors when warranted and safety glasses; bring your own or use BARN's. Tie back long hair. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry; roll up sleeves.
      • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 

      • $40 materials fee is included in the class tuition. 

        Materials we provide are 22 and 24 gauge copper and a variety of texturing materials.


      Instructor: Joan Hammond began working in metal in 1994, when she started taking metalsmithing classes as an antidote to documenting computer software. What she discovered was a medium that not only utilized her previous training in painting, printmaking, and ceramics, but also opened the possibilities of creating art that can be worn. Family artifacts and history, plants and animals, and the textiles and jewelry of non-Western cultures inspire her current work, which Hammond executes using the techniques of chasing and repoussé. Her long-time interest in Asian art, which deepened when she studied calligraphy and tea ceremony in Kyoto, Japan, continues to influence her aesthetics and sense of design.

      Hammond exhibits locally and nationally, and her work has been published in Metalsmith magazine’s Exhibition in Print. She is a member of the Seattle Metals Guild; has served on the Board of Northwest Designer craftsmen; and co-chaired a national conference for the Society of North American Goldsmiths.

       

      Contact: Jewelry.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


      • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
      • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
      • BARN Woodshop, Class Code: WO092121JH
      • 0
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      Learn basic safety principles of key woodworking power tools with the goal of being checked out to use them during the BARN Woodshop's 30 hours a week of Open Studio time. This is a hands-on course and students will be given a piece of wood to cut and shape according to specific measurements.   (This is a companion to the Woodshop Tool Safety Checkout 2 class.  The Woodshop Tool Safety 2 class may be taken before or after taking this Woodshop Tool Safety 1 class.  Please see the calendar for more details.) 

      To use the shop, you will also need to attend our free one-hour Orientation to the Woodshop class.

      Woodshop Tool Safety 1 will qualify you to use the following tools during Open Studio time and in classes that require certification in these tools: 

      • Table saw
      • Planers
      • Jointers
      • Chop saw
      • Drill presses

      Details:

      • Open to ages 14+.
      • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines.  BARN safety policies are here.
      • Wear safety glasses and closed-toe shoes, tie back long hair, and avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry. We recommend bringing your own safety glasses.
      • You will get more out of this class if you first view videos that cover these tools. You can go back to these at any time to review safety protocols. Find them on the BARN website, BainbridgeBARN.org, by clicking on the Woodshop page, under the "Studio" menu.
      Instructor: Jeanne Huber
      • Wednesday, September 22, 2021
      • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code JE092221SJ
      • 4
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      >This refresher class has prerequisites. Please see below

      Want to get back in the jewelry studio, but feel like you need a refresher? This 3 hour revision class is specifically designed for students who have taken the introduction to beginner jewelry skills class. Student will have a chance to get reacquainted with tool and equipment safety and practice their skills with the instructor.


      Details:

      • Prerequisite: Introduction/Beginner to Jewelry Skills class must have been completed before registering. This refresher class is not a formal class but a way for past students of the Beginning Jewelry Skills class to have an opportunity to come in and have a recap about those skills.
      • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
      • Please wear closed-toe shoes. Wear hearing protectors when warranted and safety glasses; bring your own or use BARN's. Tie back long hair. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry; roll up sleeves.


      Instructor Bio:

      Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and teacher with experience in fine metal arts, jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, and photography. 

      Sarah teaches because she feels that making art is a creative outlet everyone should have the opportunity to experience. 

      You can view her recent work on Instagram at: @sarahjonesjewelry and @foggyroaddesigns


      • Wednesday, September 22, 2021
      • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
      • BARN Metal Arts Welding Shop, Class Code: WE092221HS
      • 0

      MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is the easiest kind of welding to learn and a technique with broad applications.

      This is hands-on introduction is aimed at students interested in trying MIG welding.
      (Note: the A represents an Amateur welder is the instructor in the MIG #1A title. P would indicate Professional welder).

      The goal at the end of the class is to feel comfortable with the operation of the welding machine and the MIG welding process. The class begins with a safety briefing. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and materials. There will be approximately two hours of hands-on practice and guidance on technique (within the 2 1/2 hour class).  At the end of class, students should be able to lay down a MIG bead and to be able to identify and remedy problems with the bead.  Many students will have advanced to exploring different types of weld joints or welding different thicknesses of material.

      Students who have completed the class are eligible to participate in welding shop open studios.

      Small class size (3) provides one-on-one learning and direct mentoring. Each participant will have the use of a fully equipped Miller 215 welder and will go through the welding set up process.

      Details:

      • Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.
      • Students must wear natural fiber clothing, long sleeves, long pants, closed toe shoes (preferably leather or cotton), no stretch fabrics. (Auto-darkening sun glasses are not helpful)
      • There is a materials fee of $18 for steel, gas, and filler wire that is included in the cost of the class.
      • Please read the Metal Fabrication Studio specific safety protocols here.
      • BARN-wide safety protocols can be found here.
      • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  

      Instructor:  Henry Sharpe

      Henry is an amateur welder. 

      Contact: Henry Sharpe: HenrySharpe@gmail.com.


      • Thursday, September 23, 2021
      • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
      • Class time is Pacific Time, Class Code WR092321LD
      • 7
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      **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

      You’ve written something that you love. But what if there is more to discover about it? Can you let go and break your poem? Through a series of deconstructing exercises, we will dismantle our darling drafts to see if there is anything else they want to tell us. Please bring at least one of your poems with you. This workshop is appropriate for the both beginning and experienced writers.

      Details:

      • Registration for this class will close on Tuesday, September 21st at 8:30 PM.
      • This class will be taught via Zoom. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
      • A Zoom link will be sent one day prior to the event start to the email you used to register with. Please watch for this email. You may need to check your spam folder.
      • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.


      Author Bio:

      Lauren Davis is the author of Home Beneath the Church (Fernwood Press, forthcoming), and the chapbooks Each Wild Thing’s Consent (Poetry Wolf Press, 2018), and The Missing Ones (Winter texts, 2021). She holds an MFA from the Bennington College Writing Seminars. She is a former Editor in Residence at The Puritan’s Town Crier and has been awarded a residency at Hypatia-in-the-Woods. Her work has appeared in over fifty literary publications and anthologies including Prairie SchoonerSpillwayPoet LoreIbbetson StreetNinth Letter and elsewhere.

        • Friday, September 24, 2021
        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • 3 sessions
        • Class time is Pacific Standard Time, Class Code FI092421MB
        • 5
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        **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

        The Go Your Own Way Tunic is more a concept garment than a strict pattern… especially in this class where we will show you how to take custom measurements and adapt this pattern to fit your body and your life.

        This is, by far, our most exciting garment design class to date! We are combining our love of improv and abstract fabric piecing and bringing them back to our garment design roots to create new panels of fabric unique to each maker. Those panels are then used to create the Go Your Own Way Tunic. The resulting garment is loose, drapey, and easy to wear, vibrant, exciting, and as individual as you are.

        If you’ve come along with us for one of our improv fabric classes, this is a similar process but presents its own unique challenges that come with using recycled garments to create new, composite fabrics. Step-by-step we will show you how to create these new fabrics all the while avoiding those challenges. We will then use our FAB new fabrics to craft a unique, one-of-a-kind garment that is sure to become your new favorite item in your closet.

        Please note that this is a 3-session class. Sessions 1 and 2 will begin at 10:00 AM, break at 12:00 PM for lunch, and resume at 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM. Session 3 will be from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

        Kits

        Thanks to the generous folx from Eileen Fisher Renew, students close enough to pick up fabric packs at the BARN facility OR choosing to have them mailed, will be able to use pre-sorted selections of upcycled Eileen Fisher garments as their base fabric for the tunic. We’re talking lightweight cotton and linen and blends of similar weight and content … gorgeous fabrics!  Kits are available on a first-come-first-served basis. The number of Eileen Fisher Renew fabric kits is limited, so jump in there fast and reserve yours today! And remember, you can use your own fabrics or upcycled clothes for this tunic. If you want a kit when you register, please choose whether you want your kit mailed or will pick up locally at BARN.

        Things you’ll learn

        • How to take proper measurements for a perfect custom fit
        • Apply your measurements to the base Go Your Own Way Tunic template
        • Deconstruct high-end retail garments into usable fabric pieces
        • Re-construct those fabric pieces into large panels suitable for pattern pieces
        • Make variations in length, neckline, shoulders, and armholes to fit your body and style
        • Add POCKETS!! (Not mandatory but … come on … pockets!!)

        Things you’ll need
        • Fabric marking pens/pencils
        • Fabric shears
        • Fabric pins and/or Wonder Clips
        • Embroidery scissors
        • Rotary cutter/ Cutting mat
        • *Sewing machine
        • 50 wt thread in medium-light neutral color
        • Iron and ironing station
        • Quilting ruler or straight edge at least 24” long
        • Quilting ruler or straight edge at least 18” long
        • A good sense of whimsy (not required, but suggested)
        *You could do most of the sewing for this project on a serger/overlocker. We will be using an overlock or zig-zag stitch on our BERNINA 790+ sewing machine for piecing. This will give you a finished edge to your piece work.

        Things you’ll see us using during class you might like to use

        • French curve
        • Hip curve

        Details:

        • Important: If you would like the Eileen Fisher fabric kit, please choose during registration whether you want your kit mailed or will pick up locally at BARN. 
        • Registration will close on Friday, September 10th at 12:00 PM. Refunds or credits will not be issued after September 10th.
        • This class will be taught via Zoom video conferencing program. You will need a laptop, desktop or tablet to use Zoom. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial. Please make sure you have the most current version of the Zoom software.
        • A  Zoom link will be sent to the email address you registered with one day prior to the class. Please watch for this email. You may need to check your spam folder for emails from BARN. 
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  
        • Skill Level:  Beginning
        • Ages 14+ Welcome

        Instructor Bio:  

        Shannon and Jason Mullett-Bowlsby are the dynamic DIY duo known as the Shibaguyz, the inspired creators of Shibaguyz Designz studio.

        The Shibaguyz’ award-winning crochet, knit, and sewing designs have been featured in and on the covers of dozens of domestic and international publications. Together, the Shibaguyz team currently has over 300 published patterns and 11 books credited to their name since their first design was featured on a magazine cover in 2010.

        Their fashion and portrait photography work can be seen in four of their books. They are sought-after freelance book-packaging designers having created books for major publishing companies like Sterling Publishing, Leisure Arts, and Creative Publishing. The Shibaguyz have been teaching adults for 30+ years. Their enthusiasm, quirky sense of humor, and relatable teaching style have made them sought-after teachers in both local and national venues like STITCHES Events, Vogue Knitting LIVE, and DFW Fiber Fest. They also have a wide range of online classes available from Blueprint and Interweave.

        Shannon and Jason are proud ambassadors for Aurifil, Clover, BERNINA, Soak Wash, and the Daylight Company. In December 2020 they published their newest book from C&T Publishing, Boro & Sashiko, Harmonious Imperfection: The Art of Japanese Mending & Stitching.

        Shannon and Jason live in Seattle, Washington, with their three Shiba Inu who, more or less, support their ventures in sewing, stitching, and crafting … so long as enough time is taken for walks and treats.

        Shannon and Jason's Social Media Links:

        Facebook
        Instagram
        Twitter


        • Friday, September 24, 2021
        • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
        • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio & Great Room, Class Code KI092421SS
        • 0
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        *** This class is for ages 21+ Only.***

        Join Stephen Schreck as he takes your taste buds on a journey through the Salish Sea. Students will learn about the science and art of eating oysters on the half shell as well as learn how to shuck them and make a classic mignonette to accompany these seafood delights!  To top it all off students will also learn about what are the best wines to accompany oysters.  

        What’s on the menu for this fun Oyster Happy Hour at the BARN Kitchen:  

        • Oysters on the half shell with Mignonette 

        • From Eleven Winery:  Chenin Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc 

        Let’s indulge in what makes the Puget Sound such a special place. We are blessed to be in the Salish Sea that provides us with some of the best shellfish in the world. Take your taste buds on a journey with Stephen Schreck as he provides some background on oyster restoration, how to shuck oysters,, make a classic mignonette and of course indulge in some complimentary local Eleven Wines. 

        Please note this class will be a hands-on class held in BARN's Kitchen Studio with appropriate social distancing. Masks will be worn during instruction and hands-on cooking.

        Details:

        • This class is for participants ages 21+ only.
        • Registration will close on Wednesday, September 22nd at 5:00pm. 
        • To comply with WA State Health Department guidelines, please wear closed-toe shoes to class.
        • BARN will be practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Students and instructors will be required to wear masks, wash or sanitize hands frequently, maintain a distance of six feet between individuals, and stay home if they are sick. More details can be found here.

        Instructor Bio:

        Stephen Schreck has a background in Marine Restoration. He moved to Bainbridge Island in 2017 to work with Puget Sound Restoration Fund. It was there that he gained an intimate knowledge of the Salish Sea and assisted with marine restoration projects. Turns out that this special place needs some assistance in restoring Olympia oysters, the Pinto Abalone and of course kelp!

        Stephen founded Salish Sea Greens, a food company focused on offering sustainable kelp based foods, pop-up oyster bars and private dinner parties. Today, he also works with Eleven Winery as the sales manager and has an intimate knowledge of local wines and the wines that pair best with sea foods. 


        • Saturday, September 25, 2021
        • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
        • BARN ETA Studio. Class Code: EL092521MS
        • 4
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        https://lightburnsoftware.com/

        Learn the basic features of LightBurn, essential software that controls both of our new laser machines. This is the software you'll use whether you are quickly cutting out some parts for your project or are fine tuning your complex etching. LightBurn software replaces RetinaEngrave you may have used previously.

        This class will get you started and will help you implement your own creative laser designs. This class is not a substitute for "Intro to the Laser Cutter".

        Who should take this class?

        If you took "Intro to the Laser Cutter" on the Full Spectrum Laser, this class can get you up and running with our new laser cutters. If you've taken "Intro to the Laser Cutter" on the new lasers and are ready to see how to get more from LightBurn, this class is for you. If you used Inkscape and RetinaEngrave with the FSL and didn't like the software, this class is for you. If you loved using Inkscape and RetinaEngrave, you'll learn how LightBurn fits into your workflow.

        The class covers the basics of LightBurn in the laser cutter workflow. It also covers setting laser parameters for cutting and engraving, importing your designs, vector graphics (line art) vs raster graphics (pixel art), manipulating shapes and tuning images, using the laser libraries, and previewing your work.


        Prerequisite: Laser 101: Intro to Laser Cutter Operations

        Class size is limited to 6.

        Instructor:

        Mike Schrempp is enjoying retirement after spending 39 years in the design and development of computers.  He’s done product development, mechanical part design, engineering management, and architected servers used in big data centers at Amazon and Microsoft.  Now he enjoys making things -- from wood, plastic, metal, food, and Python code -- and showing others some of the tricks he’s learned along the way.


        • Saturday, September 25, 2021
        • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
        • BARN Woodshop, Class Code: WO092521CS
        • 0
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        Get checked out on the Woodworking Studio’s major power tools not covered in the Tools 1 safety class. This Tools 2 safety class may be taken without first having taken the Tools 1 safety class. Provided you have also attended our free Orientation to the Woodshop class, completing Woodshop Tool Safety 2 will qualify you to use the following tools during Open Studio time or in classes that have this as a prerequisite:
        • Router and router table
        • Oscillating sander
        • Disc sander
        • Edge sander
        • Band saws 
        • Scroll saw

        Details:

        • Open to ages 14+.
        • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. BARN safety policies are here.
        • Wear safety glasses and closed-toe shoes, tie back long hair, and avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry. We recommend bringing your own safety glasses.
        • You will get more out of this class if you first view videos that cover these tools. You can go back to these at any time to review safety protocols. Find them on the BARN website, BainbridgeBARN.org, by clicking on the Woodshop page, under the "Studio" menu.

        Instructor: Charles Sharpe

        • Saturday, September 25, 2021
        • Saturday, October 09, 2021
        • 2 sessions
        • Class Time is Pacific Time, Class Code WR092521GS
        • 1
        Register
        **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.**

        Like children, the picture book may be short, yet filled with variety and discovery. We’ll explore the range of voices and themes possible within 32 pages, begin gathering a toolbox of exercises to help get you from beginning to end, and, most of all, celebrate the process of writing for children too young to read.

        Details:

        • Registration for this class will close on Thursday, September 23 at 10:00 AM (Pacific Time)
        • This class will be taught via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
        • A Zoom link will be sent to the email address you registered with one day prior to each session. Please watch for this email. You may need to check your spam folder for emails from BARN.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.
        • BARN reserves the right to cancel this class in the case of low enrollment and a full refund will be given.

        Instructor Bio:

        George Shannon has been working with children and children’s books for nearly 50 years. His first picture book was accepted for publication in 1979 and he continues to write and submit in a world that often feels light years away from that beginning.  His published works for children include narratives such as Dance Away and A Very Witchy Spelling Bee and concept books such as White is for Blueberry, Who Put the Cookies in the Cookie Jar? and One Family.



        • Saturday, September 25, 2021
        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • 2 sessions
        • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code JE092521KL
        • 3
        Register

        Add dynamic color to your jewelry with enamel! Fired glass can be added to fabricated, cast, or even metal clay jewelry. It's fun, easy, and the results are stunning!

        This two session class will introduce you to the vast world of enameling. Each session you will learn different techniques that can be combined or used separately. Topics to be covered include: torch and kiln firing, painting and sifting techniques, surface textures, sgraffito, limoges, and multiple enameling techniques.  All base materials will be provided.

        In each session you will make several samples of different techniques and walk out with one or more completed pieces of enamel jewelry!

        Details:

        • No jewelry experience needed for this class. 
        • $40 materials fee will be added to class fee when you register.
        • Students will have an opportunity to purchase additional copper to make blanks (please bring cash or check) and are welcome to bring any copper of their own.
        • We will take one 15-30 minute break if you want to bring food/ snacks. BARN has a refrigerator to store your lunch, located on the lower level.
        • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Masks are required. Please read the overall BARN safety policies here.
        • Please wear closed-toe shoes. Wear hearing protectors when warranted and safety glasses; bring your own or use BARN's. Tie back long hair. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry; roll up sleeves.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 

        Instructor:

        Karin Lee Luvaas is a local Bainbridge Island artist and jeweler. With an art degree in encaustics, painting and metal sculpture, Karin has studied under acclaimed enameling jewelry masters Linda Darty, Jessica Calderwood, Mi-Sook Hur, and Aurélie Guillaume. Karin achieved Graduate Jeweler status under Alan Revere of the world renowned Revere Academy of San Francisco, California, is also a GIA certified Graduate Gemologist and holds a Jewelers of America Bench Jeweler Technician certificate.

        Karin’s current work can be viewed on Instagram @karinluvaas.


        Contact: Jewelry.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

        • Saturday, September 25, 2021
        • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
        • Class time is Pacific Daylight Time, Class Code: WR092521BJ
        • 1
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        **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

        Mastering the Hook, the Query Letter, and the Verbal Pitch

        Agents report that they’re flooded with more queries and proposals than ever before, even as publishers cut back the number of books they produce each year. How can you break through the noise and get your project noticed? This class will help you step back and see your fiction or nonfiction work through fresh eyes and a business-based perspective. We’ll identify the things that make your work unique, marketable, and irresistible to publishing gatekeepers, and then with lots of examples and time for practice and personal feedback, we’ll work on verbal “elevator pitches,” the short hooks that are also great for query letters. We’ll also cover the structure of a query letter, and some tips and tricks for getting an agent or publisher’s attention.

        This is also a valuable class for self-publishing writers who want to pitch their books so that readers pay attention.

        Details:

        • Registration for this class will close on Thursday, September 23rd at 4:00pm (Pacific Daylight Time).
        • This class will be presented via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
        • A Zoom link will be sent to the email address you registered with one day prior to the class. Please watch for this email. You may need to check your spam folder for emails from BARN.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.
        Instructor Bio:

        Beth Jusino is a publishing consultant for both traditional and self-publishing authors, with almost 20 years of experience helping writers navigate the complicated space between manuscript and final book. A former literary agent and marketing director, she’s the author of the award-winning The Author’s Guide to Marketing and has ghostwritten or collaborated on half a dozen additional titles. Beth is a member of the Northwest Independent Editors Guild, a regular speaker for Seattle Public Library’s #SeattleWrites workshops, and has taught at writers’ conferences across the country. Visit her online at www.bethjusino.com or on Twitter @bethjusino.


        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
        • BARN Welding Studio, Class Code: ME092621EM
        • 0
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        This class combines both TIG #1 & TIG #2. TIG #2 is normally the second in the TIG welding series to be taken after the TIG #1 class. The instructor will provide instruction for both beginners as well as those who’ve already taken the TIG #1 class. Students will progress from making a basic TIG bead to the techniques and practice required to make TIG welded joints. Students will learn how to perform different kinds of TIG welds – butt, lap, “T”, corner, and edge.

        TIG welding requires more dexterity and practice than MIG welding. Students are encouraged to use open studios to practice their technique and develop confidence. The goal at the end of the class is to feel comfortable with the operation of the welding machine and the TIG welding process in performing different welds.  

        Class size is 4 people facilitating one-on-one learning and direct mentoring. Each participant will have the use of a fully equipped TIG welding station.  

        Details:

        • There is a materials fee of $15 for steel coupons, gas, tungsten, and filler rod that has been included in the cost of class.
        • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Please click here to read more.
        • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.  
        • BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).
        • Participants must wear long sleeve shirts and pants in natural fiber clothing and closed toe shoes. Stretch fabrics are prohibited.

        Instructor: 
        Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland, California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 
        Contact: 
        erinmunter@gmail.com

        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
        • BARN Wood Shop, Class Code: WO092621JW
        • 0
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        Designed as a user's guide to BARN's Woodworking & Small Boatbuilding Studio, this free orientation session is required for all who wish to work in the Woodworking Studio. It will cover everything from shop etiquette to specifics of how to use the shop's dust collection and compressed air systems. Overall BARN policies, as well as shop-specific ones, will also be covered. 

        Participants will also learn about the leadership structure within the shop and about opportunities to participate in helping everything run smoothly. Volunteer jobs range from serving as safety monitors to helping on Maintenance Mondays.

        Details:

        • This class is free, but registration is required.
        • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines.  BARN safety policies are here.
        • Wear closed-toe shoes.

        Instructor: Jeff Williams

        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • Sunday, December 26, 2021
        • 4 sessions
        • Class time is Pacific Time. Class code: EL092621DS
        • 38
        Register

        **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

        DIY e-Bike SIG
        There are lots of acronyms in that title, so let’s break it down, starting at the end.
        SIG: Special Interest Group. Basically, that’s a fancy name for a club.
        e-Bike: electric bike. I.e., a bike with both pedals and a small battery-powered motor.
        DIY: Do It Yourself.

        So if you’re interested in making your own e-bike, either from a kit or from scratch, tune in! Perhaps you have an e-bike and want to experiment with some DIY tweaking? You’re also welcome! Or if you’re simply curious, we won’t turn you away either – come take a peek.We’ll meet once a month online, and we might get together once in a while to check out the bikes (and projects) in person. After a short talk, we’ll take questions, problem-solve, and show off our projects.

        Possible topics (subject to change):
        September: Building an e-bike from a kit
        October: Fixing a dead e-bike and turning it into a dual-motor monster
        November: Batteries. Power vs range. Buy vs build. Charging and discharging.
        December: Who needs two wheels? Let’s talk about one-wheel.

        Details:

        • This class is free, but you must register in order to receive the zoom link.
        • All ages 14+ are welcome.
        • This class will be taught via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorial.
        • A link to join this event will be sent to the email address you registered with. Please watch for this email. You may need to check your spam folder.

        Contact: ETA.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org
        • Sunday, September 26, 2021
        • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
        • BARN Kitchen Arts Studio, Class Code KI112621LU
        • 0
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        Picture of a bowl of ramen

        This is an in-studio class.

        This is a beta class being offered to BARN volunteers, staff, and board members so that the instructor can conduct a test run. A registration code has been emailed to those invited to attend. This class is scheduled for the public on October 17th. Click here to register.


        Ramen is the new “it” food. Shops and restaurants are popping up all over the country with lines wrapping around the block just to get a taste. Make no mistake, these delicious noodles are not the same as the plastic-wrapped sodium bombs lurking on the supermarket shelves for $2.00 a piece. True ramen is divine! And you can skip the lines for these irresistible noodles and let Leo share with you his personal secrets of an impressive, soul-satisfying, and surprisingly easy to make, bowl of ramen.

        Self-taught, teen chef, Leo is sharing one of his current passions for all things ramen. In this class you will learn to:

        • Make a healthy, irresistible broth
        • Create fresh ramen noodles from scratch
        • Tailor toppings to your liking and fashion your own gratifying bowl of ramen.
        • Gain the skill and confidence to craft authentic, mind-blowing ramen any time you like.

        Participants will be chopping, dicing and slicing vegetables, so some knife skills are required for this class.  The art of noodle-making will be shared as well as how to develop and prepare your own combination of toppings such as: crunchy sprouts, colorful vegetables, pickled ginger, chili oil, the perfect hard-boiled egg or nori. We will spend the class preparing, cooking and eating together while experimenting with flavors and skills to be used again and again.


        Details:

        • To comply with WA State Health Department guidelines, please wear closed-toe shoes to class.
        • BARN will be practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines.  A Covid-19 vaccine and masks are required to participate. More details can be found here.
          • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.

          Photo of Teen Chef, Leo UyekawaInstructor Bio:
          Leo is a talented, Japanese-American, teen, home cook with a true passion for food, history and culture. After spending time with his family in Japan he has nurtured a deep curiosity and love of ramen. He takes pride in being able to share a little bit of his culture and experience.


          • Monday, September 27, 2021
          • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
          • BARN Machine Shop
          • 0
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          In this class you will learn about basic metal cutting, and the tools in the BARN machine shop studio used for drilling, turning, milling, sawing and grinding. There will be a basic demonstration of what the drill press, lathe, milling machine, cut off saw, band saw and surface grinder do. Throughout, there will be an emphasis on safety issues surrounding these powerful and potentially dangerous machines.

          Details:

          • This class is free but registration is required. No drop-ins please.
          • Registration is limited to 4 students. If the class fills, please join the waitlist (there is no cost to do so). If a seat becomes available, you will be notified. 
          • Please read the Metal Fabrication Studio specific safety protocols here.
          • BARN-wide safety protocols can be found here.

          • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
          • Wednesday, September 29, 2021
          • 2 sessions
          • BARN's Jewelry Studio, Class Code JE-AJA100621DS
          • 2
          Register

          This class is all about using the camera in your smart-phone to photograph objects in metal or glass. We will look at lighting, backdrops, props, and the use of tripods. This class will focus on how-to get a good image through Focus, Lighting, Shadows, Angle. Photo file naming conventions (.jpeg, .raw, .tiff and others) will be covered along with how-to transfer digital images to computers. Focus and lighting will be at the top of the discussion list.

          The instructor will set up a sample photo shoot” for several items, and show how adjustments can be made to achieve the final photo. Students will get a chance to take photos followed by discussion of ways to resolve difficulties.

          Details: 

          • BARN-wide safety protocols can be found here. All participants will be required to wear a mask.
          • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 


          Instructor Bio:

          Ms. Dinah Satterwhite is an active artist living on Bainbridge Island, Washington. She manages the regional Studio Tour, and coaches artists. She is a professional photographer and specializes in photographing artists’ work. Her work is displayed in art galleries and stores.


          • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
          • Tuesday, October 05, 2021
          • 2 sessions
          • BARN Jewelry Studio, Class Code JE092821CS
          • 7
          Register

          In this class, students will learn how to do gravity pour casting (no centrifugal casting machine required). We will discover the importance of spruces and vents. Learn to avoid undercuts in sand casting and compensate for the various shrinkages in metals. These processes are suitable for making small objects, such as charms, pendants, rings or components of larger pieces. We will be casting two items out of bronze. Students can provide their own metal if they wish to use a different metal.


          Details:

          • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. Overall BARN safety policies are here.
          • Please wear closed-toe shoes. Wear hearing protectors when warranted and safety glasses; bring your own or use BARN's. Tie back long hair. Avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry; roll up sleeves.
          • Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply. 


          Instructor: Chris Stanley


          • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
          • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
          • BARN Metal Machine Shop, Class Code: ME0092821DH
          • 3
          Register

          *Prerequisites are required to take this class. Please see below.

          This class is intended to introduce the operating concepts and safety protocols needed to operate BARN's CNC metal lathe.

          We’ll cover CNC lathe basics beginning with the details of the machine, understand motion on the Z & X axes in the lathe, various cutting tools, the tool library and diameter & Z-offsets. We’ll also touch on different ways to generate g-code (the language that instructs the CNC machine what to do and where to do it). Finally, we’ll create some simple g-code, cut some air and if there’s enough time, cut some material.

          Details:

          • Prerequisites: A manual lathe class (or commensurate experience) and Intro to Centroid CNC Interface is required.
          • It is recommended that you download the Centroid CNC Lathe manual and peruse it prior to class. The manual can be found here.
          Tuition assistance is available. Click here to apply.

          Instructor Bio:
          David Hays retired from his IT services company of 25+ years. As a young man, he worked as a machinist while gaining his engineering degrees, and went on in his later years to create his own hobby machine shop that included a DIY CNC mill.

          Contact: David Hays at David@haysys.com

          • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
          • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
          • BARN Woodshop, Class Code: WO092821JH
          • 0
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          Get checked out on the Woodworking Studio’s major power tools not covered in the Tools 1 safety class. This Tools 2 safety class may be taken without first having taken the Tools 1 safety class. Provided you have also attended our free Orientation to the Woodshop class, completing Woodshop Tool Safety 2 will qualify you to use the following tools during Open Studio time or in classes that have this as a prerequisite:
          • Router and router table
          • Oscillating sander
          • Disc sander
          • Edge sander
          • Band saws 
          • Scroll saw

          Details:

          • Open to ages 14+.
          • BARN is practicing safety measures for the health and well-being of all participants, in accordance with state and CDC guidelines. BARN safety policies are here.
          • Wear safety glasses and closed-toe shoes, tie back long hair, and avoid loose-fitting clothing and jewelry. We recommend bringing your own safety glasses.
          • You will get more out of this class if you first view videos that cover these tools. You can go back to these at any time to review safety protocols. Find them on the BARN website, BainbridgeBARN.org, by clicking on the Woodshop page, under the "Studio" menu.

          Instructor: Jeanne Huber

          • Tuesday, September 28, 2021
          • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
          • Class time is Pacific Time
          Register

          **This workshop will be live streamed via Zoom.** 

          Share your woodworking successes and challenges and learn what others in the BARN woodworker community are doing in a new series of online meetings.

          These sessions will usually begin with a small bit of prepared content, such as pictures of projects that members want to show, or interviews with local pro woodworkers, or tours of home shops — whatever content members of the group suggest. After the prepared content, we’ll have a chance to touch base on areas of interest with each other. You can ask technical questions, share lessons you've  learned, suggest classes you'd like to take.

          If you have pictures to share or a topic to suggest, please email woodclasses@bainbridgebarn.org.

          Details:

          • Free and open to all. You can register at any time even if a session has passed.
          • Registration is required to receive an email with the Zoom login instructions. You will receive an email 1 day before each session. Please watch for this email. The Zoom link will be the same from week to week. You can sign up even if some sessions have already happened.
          • If you would like to be removed from the reminder email list, please contact Tammie at Registrar@bainbridgebarn.org.
          • These meetings will be held via the Zoom video conferencing program. For a great video on how to use Zoom, watch this tutorialPlease make sure you have the most current version of the Zoom software.

          • Wednesday, September 29, 2021
          • 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
          • BARN Jewelry Studio, Monitor: Sarah Jones
          • 1
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