Workshop: Traditional Blacksmithing Skills II
Traditional Blacksmithing Skills II
This 7-hour continuation course will help participants progress further in blacksmithing skills and practice. Topics include forge use and care, heat treating, annealing, quenching, normalization and tempering. Students will make a project to take home. Students must wear cotton or wool clothing (no synthetic materials) and closed-toe shoes. Costs of materials are included in the cost of class. This class is open only to participants who have attended the Traditional Blacksmithing Skils I class or have previous forging experience.
Participants must wear cotton or wool clothing (no synthetic materials) and closed-toed shoes. Students also must bring their own eye and ear protection. Costs of materials are included in the cost of class.
- September 28, 2019
- November 23, 2019
Time: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Blacksmith Shop (Meet at the George Ranch Historical Park Visitor Center)
Instructors: Caitlen Hill, 1890s Site Lead and Blacksmith
# of participants: Maximum: 4
Restrictions: Ages 17 and up
RSVP by calling 281-343-0218 x220 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.