Here are a few tips and notes about classes at Morgaine Rosewoods, LLC. Also you might want to visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/morgainerwllc/events
Safety Comes First:
1) There is NO smoking on the property at all
No jewelry shall be worn while taking a class. I do not have
facilities to store your valuables, so leave them home for the day.
3) No open toe shoes are permitted in the shop. I like having all ten toes and want you to be able to say the same thing.
If I say it, do it. I have 47 years of experience in woodworking, and
there is a reason. Usually because I want you to have all ten fingers
to go with your toes.
5) Students are encouraged to bring their
own dust mask and safety glasses. We have some at the shop and gladly
share, however to get the right fit it is usually best to bring your
own. We do provide nitrile gloves for finishing.
6) A waiver will be signed prior to starting any course. As with anything worth doing, there is always a risk of injury.
No children under the age of 18 will be permitted in the shop during
classes, unless it is a child's class. (usually in the summer)
Fees and Reservations:
class fee is due when you make your reservation. Fees pay for
materials, and are necessary to being able to run the classes. Gift
certificates may be used to pay for classes. However any balance due
will also need to be paid with reservation.
that are more than 10 calendar days ahead of the scheduled class can be
refunded in full or a credit toward a future class can be given.
There will be no refund for cancellations 10 days or less ahead of classes. The materials have been purchased by that time.
Cash, Major Credit Cards, PayPal, Personal Check (if submitted at least 14 days in advance)
provide materials and tools for all projects we offer as classes. You
are welcome to bring your tools as long as I inspect them for safety. If
they are safe and sound, then there is no issue, but if there is I will
insist that you use shop provided tools.
here again when you want to sign up to make sure nothing has been added
as this is a living document. Thank you for reading, and make your
reservations to learn some woodworking skills.
Kay E. Pomroy