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Woodworking (3 day workshop)

Mon, Tue & Wed 7, 8 & 9 October | 9am - 3pm

October 7 @ 9:00 am - October 9 @ 3:00 pm

Woodworking 3-day holiday course in Auckland held at UXBRIDGE

Woodworking (3 day workshop) Waste to Wonder!

Our eco-friendly woodworking series is an opportunity over the duration of three days children will make and paint two useful wooden projects they will be proud of.

The first day children will make a planter box for herbs or flowers. The second day they will get on to making a Bird Feeding House. The third day will be the finishing day where your child will sand, paint, decorate and plant. Children will bring two fully completed projects which have been made using repurposed timbers.

This course is hands-on where your child will learn new and valuable skills in working with recycled timber. Each day’s skills building on the next. They will learn various woodworking techniques and correct use of standard woodworking tools along with good health and safety practises included.

We have designed creative ways of repurposing items into projects that are creative and that children will enjoy making and using.

Practical sessions hands-on sessions, where children learn new and valuable skills. Sign your children up to our Woodworking Waste to Wonder workshops and give them life skills!

The woodworking workshop is sponsored by:


October 7 @ 9:00 am
October 9 @ 3:00 pm
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John Luzak


One-off Workshop


Studio 1
35 Uxbridge Road
Auckland, 2014 New Zealand
(09) 535 6467


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Woodworking: Waste to Wonder - Monday 7- 9 October @ 9am - 3pm Ticket
This ticket entitles you to attend the Woodworking: Waste to Wonder 3-day course taking place 7 - 9 October @ 9am - 3pm.
$ 235.00
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About Your Tutor:

John Luzak

John holds a NZ Teaching Diploma Level 7, qualifications in furniture construction and holds an advanced certificate in fitting and turning. He is multi-talented and loves sharing his carpentry and carving skills to others. In John’s spare time he enjoys music, football, and tramping. John enjoys giving opportunities and new experiences to students. He tries to be creative with his teaching style, so children become fully engaged in the activity or project they are working on. John currently teaches our…