Blacksmith two day class, learn how to make punches and chisels and create a project with your new hand made tools at olds college
June 1 2019
Blacksmith class at my forge
Basic blacksmithing 101:
Learn how to make a fire poker and small J hook to hang it on, just in time for camping season. Cost is 225.00 per student. The class is from 10:00 -4:00. You will learn how to draw out and taper metal as well as making a fish tail scroll and learn to twist metal. Students will need to have closed toed (preferably steel toed) shoes/boots. 100% cotton clothing with long sleeved shirt. Safety glasses and leather gloves. No hairspray and hair tied back . A student waiver will need to be signed before class begins. There are only 2 places available for this class. If you have any questions or wish to sign up for this class please feel free to contact me: email@example.com
As of 2018 I’ll be doing blacksmithing classes at Olds College:
More info for upcoming blacksmith classes will be added soon
Come on out and support the Lacombe and District Historical Societies Christmas Market . All proceeds to go the historical society , the Mitchner house museum and the Lacombe Blacksmith Shop museum. Only Two dollars to get in. Also a free door prize draw.
I’m super excited that in a couple of days I’ll be starting the Art Welding Class at Red Deer College. I was fortunate this year to be given an arts grant from the city of Lacombe to take this class. This was my first time writing up a proposal for an arts grant and I totally understand the difficulty and stress now in going through this process. I can’t wait to see how this will benefit and compliment my blacksmithing. The college decided to add another class in the last week with how much interest there was this year for this class, which I am grateful for as I was on the waiting list myself. Unfortunately I had a fall on Thursday night and have injured my right leg( I’m waiting for the xrays but the doctor is optimistic) I can’t put a lot of weight on it yet and I’m being good ( under the watchful eye of my husband ) to keep leg up and not to force it too much for the next couple of days. It’s been fun trying to get use to using crutches. I’m still going to the class but I may be a little slower moving. It’s going to be a challenge next week but I’m up for it. I’ll be writing about my daily adventures on instagram and posting here and with photos in what I’m doing. I have several ideas on what it is I want to try with the 3D welding I’m hoping my teacher is up for this 👍
I am happy to announce that I will be merchanting at the Brooks Medieval Faire from August 10-11 2019.
**unfortunately the Brioks medieval faire has been cancelled this year. Here’s hoping that the faire will be going again next year.