We have been holding our workshops at the Vancouver Hack Space for the first time. And while our host organization has been an absolute dream to work with, we are finding that workshops which require the transport of a large number of large tools are not sustainable for us. As such, we have opted to postpone the slingback chair workshop until we are able to hold it on-site at the Vancouver Tool Library, within a few paces of our own tool inventory.
We would like to reschedule the workshop for either May 24 2014 OR May 31st 2014. Alternatively, if you are not amenable to either of these dates, we can transfer your payment to a future workshop or refund your payment if you wish.
Please email me with confirmation you received this email, and whether you would like to remain registered (in which case, please indicate your preferred date), forward your payment to a future workshop, or acquire a refund.
Our sincere apologies for this change in schedule. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
General Manager, Vancouver Tool Library
Tools 101: Make Your Own Slingback Chair
In this introductory workshop, participants will become familiar with some of the most common and widely applicable tools in the VTL inventory in a fun and inclusive environment. Participants will learn proper tool handling, application, and safety. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will have the confidence to name and use basic tools necessary for everyday projects AND walk away with a slingback chair they built themselves!
Facilitator: Tobias Atkinson
When: Saturday, April 5, 1pm-4pm
Where: Vancouver Hack Space, 270 1st Ave E, Vancouver BC
Cost: VTL & VHS Members: $20 | Non-Members: $27
What to Bring: All tools and materials will be provided. Part of the workshop may take place outside so wear comfortable clothing that is weather appropriate. No dangling drawstrings or jewellery, please.
Questions? E-mail: manager [at] vancouvertoollibrary [dot] com
Advance registration is required. Please pre-pay and sign up through the PayPal button on VTL website.