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CERAMICS
 

DISCOVERY WITH CLAY with Cora Pucci   (Beginners to Intermediate)
Focus on a combination of hand-building and throwing on wheel, as well as mastering glazing techniques.  Excellent facilities and individual instruction by a professional studio potter.   Please inquire about openings.  Cora is more than happy to take names for a waiting list.
WEDNESDAYS                   6:00pm - 9:00pm
WI16-C02              March 16 - May 4 (8 Sessions)           
SP16-C01             May 18 - July 6     (8 Sessions)
Member                 $263*
Non-Member        $308*
* Fee includes clay, glazes, firing
Maximum Number of Students:  10

TEEN POTTERY with Lynne Fisher               (All levels welcomed)
(Junior Membership is required for teens)
Focus on both wheel and hand-building techniques, as well as decorating and glazing high fire stoneware.
Contact the Society Office regarding openings and information about becoming a Junior Member at 781-862-9696.
THURSDAYS       6:00pm - 8:30pm
WI16-C04              March 10 - May 5 (8 sessions)
SP16-C02
            May 12 - June 30 (8 sessions)  No Class April 24
Junior Member    $ 263*                                                   
* Fee includes clay, glazes, firing   
Maximum Number of Students:  10                                                                               

CERAMICS FOR ADULTS with Bet Lee     (All Levels welcomed)
In this class, under Bet’s guidance, students will focus on producing quality functional ware and creative sculptural pieces. Primary methods used will be throwing and hand building, as well as, concentrating on various techniques for finishing clay surfaces. In addition, depending on class interest, there will be the opportunity to explore mixed media projects, and to learn to do raku firings.  Students are advised to bring the following tools to class:  pin tool, cut off wire, basic wood tools, sponge and towel.  These items can be purchased at Playtime in Arlington, Portland Ceramics in Braintree, and other online sites.
SATURDAYS       8:30am - 11:30am 
WI16-C06              March12 - April 30 (8 Sessions
Member                 $263*
Non-Member        $308*
SP16-C03             May 7 - June 11   (6 Sessions)                                        
* Fee includes clay, glazes, firing                                                                   
Member                 $206*
Non-Member        $251*
Maximum Number of Students:  10 per class 

METALWORKING 

METAL CLAY OPEN STUDIO with Michela Verani     (Beginner to Advanced)
Metal Clay is a relatively new product.  It consists of microscopic particles of metal in a moist organic binder.  It is pliable like clay and is then fired in a kiln to burn off the binder and fuse the particles into a solid piece of metal. In this metal clay open studio, projects will be presented that allow a beginning student to acquire the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to work in metal clay.  The projects presented will also have versions that need an extra level of skills, allowing intermediate and advanced metal clay students to learn along with the beginner students.  Some project examples include hollow forms, made as simple 2-piece hollow forms for beginning students and complex multilevel hollow forms for intermediate and advanced students.
MONDAYS            10:00 am – 2:00 pm                                                          
SP16-M01             April 4 - June 13 (10 Sessions)  No class May 30                                                                 
Metalworkers Guild Member      $288*
Society Member                           $318*
Non-Member                                $363*
* Fee includes lab & administrative fees
Maximum # of Students:  10                                            

JEWELRY & SILVERSMITHING with Liz Check          (Beginner and Continuing)
Intermediate adult students will be instructed in improving craftsmanship in metalsmithing techniques including: sawing, filing, hammering, forming, sanding, surface embellishment, soldering, chain-making, bezel setting, etching, keum-boo, finishing and polishing.  Demonstrations will be provided for all techniques and for proper use of tools, including flexible shaft, rolling mill and buffing machine.  Instructor will assist students in project development to incorporate techniques learned.   Students are encouraged to bring design ideas and pictures to class.
MONDAYS            6:30pm – 9:30pm                                              
SP16-M02             April 4 - June 13  (10 Sessions)  No class May 30                                                
Metalworkers Guild Member    $215 *
Society Member                         $245*
Non-Member                               $290*
* Fee includes lab & administrative fees
Maximum # of Students: 10

JEWELRY & SILVERSMITHING with Liz Check          (Beginner and Continuing)
Intermediate adult students will be instructed in improving craftsmanship in metalsmithing techniques including: sawing, filing, hammering, forming, sanding, surface embellishment, soldering, chain-making, bezel setting, etching, keum-boo, finishing and polishing.  Demonstrations will be provided for all techniques and for proper use of tools, including flexible shaft, rolling mill and buffing machine.  Instructor will assist students in project development to incorporate techniques learned.   Students are encouraged to bring design ideas and pictures to class.
THURSDAYS       6:30pm - 9:30pm                                                                                                               
SP16-M03             April 7 - June 9     (10 sessions)                      
Metalworkers Guild Member    $215 *
Society Member                         $245*
Non-Member                               $290*
* Fee includes lab & administrative fees
Maximum # of Students: 10

DIRECTED OPEN METALSMITHING STUDIO with Brie Flora   (Intermediate to Advanced)
This is an opportunity for adult students to work on independent projects.  Answers to questions and guidance from the instructor will be based on the needs and interests of the students.  Brie also has great bench tips, as well as raising and forming tips, to help students create successful projects. Students provide their own materials.
TUESDAYS          2:30pm - 5:30pm                                               
SP16-M04             April 12 - June 21   (10 Sessions)   No Class May 31                                                
 (*Non Members must get the instructor’s approval to take this class.  Contact the LACS Office at 781-862-9696)
Metalworkers Guild Member      $215
Society Member                          $245
Non-member                               $290*
Maximum # of Students:  10

ENAMELING with Heather Wang  (Adults only)
Enameling is the art of fusing glass onto metal, and is a wonderful way to add color to jewelry and metalwork. All experience levels are welcome to attend this class.  Beginners will be introduced to the fundamentals of preparing metal blanks and enamels, application and firing methods, and proper finishing techniques. Students with enameling experience can get help with current projects and guidance through more advanced techniques, such as plique à jour and cloisonné. Copper will be our primary metal, but students are welcome to use fine or sterling silver as well.
(No metalsmithing experience is necessary, though it is very helpful! (Metal blanks will be available if you do not wish or do not yet know how to make your own). 
TUESDAYS          6:00pm - 9:00pm                                               
SP16-M05             April 5 - June 7     (10 sessions)                      
* $45 for materials is included in the class price                        
Metalworkers Guild Member    $260*
Society Member                        $290*
Non-Member                              $335*
Maximum # of Students:  10 

METALSMITHING Directed Open Studio with Joy Raskin        (Intermediate to Advanced)
This class is for adult students who wish to continue furthering their metalsmithing skills.  We will cover intermediate to advanced stone settings, such as tube bezels, flush setting, prong setting and making your own prong settings.    Finishing techniques to get a better finish will be covered, as will custom-made findings.  Some metalsmithing techniques, such as fold forming, forging and anticlastic raising will be taught as well.   Last but not least, more soldering practice will be encouraged.
WEDNESDAYS   6:30pm - 9:30pm                                               
SP16-M06             April 6 - June 8     (10 Sessions)                      
Metalworkers Guild Member    $215*
Society Member                        $245*
Non-Member                              $290*
* Fee includes lab & administrative fees                                      
Maximum # of Students: 10

INTENSIVE DIRECTED OPEN STUDIO FOR METALWORKERS with Laurie Savage (Intermediate - Advanced)
This is an opportunity for adult students to work on independent projects.  Answers to questions and guidance from the instructor will be based on the needs and interests of the students.  Laurie also has great bench tips to help students create successful projects. Students provide their own materials.
To REGISTER, click on SP # below:
ONE-DAY INTENSIVE WORKSHOPS:
10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday                  SP16-M07             April 10                                  Metalworkers Guild Member $50
Sunday                  SP16-M08             May 1                                     Society Member                   $56
Saturday                SP16-M09             May 21                                   Non-Member                       $71*
Saturday                SP16-M10              June 4                                    Maximum # of students: 10
(*Non Members must get the instructor’s approval to take this class.  Contact the LACS Office at 781-862-9696)

PAINTING/DRAWING

OIL PAINTING with Paul George       (All levels welcomed) 
This is a great class for the beginner or intermediate student or to just review oil painting methods and procedures. Paul will cover the basics of painting in oils, including understanding materials, mixing clean color notes, color, values and composition and design. He will support his teaching with demonstrations, one-on-one instruction and critiques.   You will work from Still Life and Photos.  This is an opportunity to build a strong foundation in painting.
MONDAYS            9:30am - 12:00pm                                             
SP16-P01             April 4 - May 23    (8 Sessions)                       
Painters Guild Member      $263
Society Member                  $278
Non-Member                        $323
Maximum # of Students: 12                                                             

WATERCOLOR PAINTING   with Paul George           (All levels welcomed)
Award winning artist Paul George’s classes are loaded with great information and are motivating for both the beginner and the experienced painter. You will paint your photos or still life, but he will teach you how to approach any subject and design to execute a good painting that glows with light and color. You’ll begin with a complete look at values and how to use them to simplify, design and improve your painting.   Paul believes that design-composition is the most important part of any painting.  You will learn how to use it to add power and punch that make your paintings come alive. He will support each subject with talks, painting demonstrations and with personal one-on-one support.  Each class will end with complete critique.
MONDAYS            12:30pm - 3:00pm                                             
SP16-P02             April 4 – May 23   (8 Sessions)                       
Painters Guild Member      $263
Society Member                  $278
Non-Member                        $323
Maximum # of Students: 12                                                             

ACRYLIC PAINTING  with Maris Platais, ASMA/AAA (All levels welcomed)
Experience the magic and versatility of this fast drying medium. Through demonstrations and one-on-one critiques, Maris will bring out the best in each student. Color mixing, brush work and composition will be emphasized, using imagination and reference materials of your choice.  Oil painters are welcome.
TUESDAYS          9:30am – 12:00pm                                            
SP16-P03             April 5 – May 24   (8 Sessions)                       
Painters Guild Member      $244
Society Member                  $259
Non-Member                        $304
Maximum # of Students: 12                                                             

FIGURE DRAWING with Janet Monafo         (All levels welcomed)
(Adults and Teens)(Junior Membership required)
This course will focus on gaining an understanding of the structure of the figure, achieved through study of the planes, the perspective and the line relationships.  This information is necessary for representing the human form in any medium.  The poses will range for 5-20 minutes, according to the needs of the class.
TUESDAYS          6:30pm  - 9:00pm                                             
SP16-P04             April 5 - May 24    (8 sessions)                        
*Cost of model is included in class price.                                    
Painters Guild Member      $246*
Society Member:                 $261*
Non-Member:                       $306*
Maximum # of Students:  15

WATERCOLOR PAINTING with Sue Nordhausen
Experienced watercolor teacher Sue Nordhausen’s classes are both welcoming and enriching for either the novice or experienced watercolor enthusiast.  Students are encouraged, when composing a scene from reference material, to interpret rather than copy, and thus enhance what is seen in nature.  Emphasis is placed on the use of value to draw the eye to the center of interest. Students are also taught how to mix rich colors directly on the paper, as well as how to handle the layering of colors in the glazing technique.  Each class begins with a demonstration, and a class goal, and then each student is free to decide how to proceed.  Individual consultation is provided to support each student’s endeavors.
WEDNESDAYS   9:45am  - 12:15pm                                            
SP16-P05             April 6 - May 25    (8 sessions)                        
Painters Guild Member      $186
Society Member                  $196
Non-Member                        $226
Maximum Number of Students: 12                                

WATERCOLOR PAINTING with D’Ann Brownrigg   (All Levels, Beginners welcomed)
Learn to relax and focus on enjoying the joining of water and paint on paper to produce colorful, lively, transparent paintings.  Paint a subject that interests you in a way that reflects your own personality. Still lifes and reference photos are available or bring your own reference material.  We discuss basic techniques and design strategies and usually start each class with a short demo. Students new to watercolor painting will be provided with painting supplies for the first few classes to introduce them to the supplies recommended by the instructor.
WEDNESDAYS   12:30pm - 3:00pm                                             
SP16-P06             April 6 - May 25    (8 Sessions)                       
Painters Guild Member      $198
Society Member                  $213
Non-Member                        $258
Maximum # of Students: 12                                                             

WEDNESDAY NIGHT FIGURE DRAWING GROUP   Coordinated by Cathy Keller    (No registration required)
WEDNESDAYS  7:00pm - 10:00pm  
April 6, 13, 27                                                                                       Drop In Rate:  
May 4, 11, 25                                                                                        Members                               $15* per session
June 1, 8, 22, 29                                                                                  Non-Members                      $20* per session
Depending on room availability  
(*covers professional model, studio fee and Society administrative fees)
For information about this group and joining the Society, please call the office 781-862-9696.
Maximum # of Students: 15

WATERCOLOR PAINTING with Andrew Kusmin, NWS  (Intermediate to Advanced)Take your painting to a new level and enhance your personal signature. With instructional critiques, individual attention, and emphasis on composition and light, Andrew will reinforce what you already do well and help you build on your talent, enabling you to create “paintings with a presence.” 
THURSDAYS       9:30am - 12:00pm                                             
SP16-P07             April 7 - May 26 (8 Sessions)                          
Painters Guild Member      $263                                                                                                      
Society Member                  $278
Non-Member                        $323
Maximum # of Students: 12

WATERCOLOR PAINTING with Andrew Kusmin, NWS  (Intermediate to Advanced)Take your painting to a new level and enhance your personal signature. With instructional critiques, individual attention, and emphasis on composition and light, Andrew will reinforce what you already do well and help you build on your talent, enabling you to create “paintings with a presence.” 
THURSDAYS       12:30pm - 3:00pm                                             
SP16-P08             April 7 - May 26    (8 Sessions)
Painters Guild Member      $263                                                                                                      
Society Member                  $278
Non-Member                        $323
Maximum # of Students: 12             

LEARNING TO SEE, LEARNING TO DRAW with Judith Cooper (Beginner to Intermediate)
This class will show you how to draw what you see.  Sharpen your ability to perceive what you’re looking at.  Learn the drawing techniques that will allow you to produce not only the image of what you see, but also to capture the essence of the object.  The instructor will guide you through the acquisition of basic drawing skills and show you how to translate these skills into a cohesive drawing.
FRIDAYS               1:00pm - 3:30pm                                               
SP16-P09             April 8 - June 3     (8 Sessions)   No Class May 20                                      
Painters Guild Member      $271
Society Member                  $276
Non-Member                        $321
Maximum # of students: 10

PAINTING IN SERIES: DEVELOP YOUR CREATIVITY USING WATER MEDIA with Chetana Keltcher (Intermediate to Advanced)
The student will come to understand the elements of design (line, size, shape, direction, color, value, texture) and composition through series painting. Painting in a series means painting the same subject for the duration of the course.  After a few paintings, a familiarity with the subject develops and the artist is able to look beyond it and explore the design elements. In each class, we will study a different element and make compositional drawings before we paint.  We will experiment with different papers such as Yupo and rice paper, and different techniques such as under-paintings, collages and pouring.  We will primarily use watercolor, but acrylic and other water-media are welcome. 
FRIDAYS               6:30pm - 9:00pm                                                New Class
SP16-P10             April 8 - June 10  (8 sessions)   No Classes April 15 & 22                                         
Special Introductory Price
Painters Guild                      $198
Society                                   $203
Non-Member                        $223
Maximum # of students: 10                                                              

STEP BY STEP – A Beginners Guide to Watercolor Painting with Bill Bright
(Beginners: Adult and Teen)(*Junior Membership required)
This class is a great way to give watercolors a try!  Learn to handle and mix watercolors by painting different scenes taught step-by-step.  There will also be talks about painting with “warm” and ‘cool” colors.  An instruction sheet will be provided. 
SATURDAYS       1:00pm - 3:00pm                                               
SP16-P11             April 16 - May 21 (6 Sessions)                        
Society Member  $118*
Non-Member        $154*
* includes $5 materials fee
Maximum # of Students: 10                                                             

ILLUMINATION: Medieval Design for the Modern Artist with Leslie Safford
Illumination is the art of embellishing text with large colorful initials, intricate borders, miniature illustrations, and gold or silver decorations. The earliest surviving examples date back to the late Roman Empire but have their counterparts in the Middle and Far East as well. Hand-lettered and illuminated books, usually of sacred texts, could take months or even years and in medieval times were produced on calfskin, sheepskin, or goatskin vellum.
For those of us who don’t have a lifetime to commit to producing an entire book and who don’t want to cut our own quills or mix thin hammered gold with stag’s glue, we can pay homage to the art form and still use less expensive materials and less time-consuming techniques. More importantly, we can adapt the art of illumination for personal expression and for telling stories, as did the early religious texts.

 The instructor, who has been studying the art form since the late 1960s, will give a brief history of the art form, provide reproductions of illuminated manuscripts, and demonstrate lettering and recurring patterns in medieval illuminations. Then it will be your turn to create pleasing and personalized designs with readily available materials. You can experiment with various mediums, paper types, alphabets, and motifs to decorate a favorite quotation, create note cards, or even make your own booklet. Ideally, this workshop will be a gateway to further study of this historical art form and the chance to make it your own.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 12:30pm - 3:30 pm
SP16-P12             June 4 & 5 (2 sessions)                    
Member                 $56
Non-Members      $71
Maximum # of Students: 10                                                             

CHINESE BRUSH PAINTING: FLOWERS & BIRDS with Ma Qingxiong
Adults and Teens (*Junior Membership required)
This course will introduce the basics of Chinese brush painting. Students will explore landscape with the traditional Chinese brush painting techniques. Using freehand brushwork, the emphasis will be on expressiveness, individual interpretation and abstraction through exaggeration. Students will use ink, watercolor, and gouache on rice paper to create wonderful visual effects. This workshop will teach Flowers and Birds: tulip, iris, and sparrow.
2 DAY - WORKSHOP                                                                        
SATURDAY & SUNDAY    10:00am - 3:00pm             
SP16-P13                             April 2 & 3                            
Feel free to bring a lunch                                                  
Painters Guild Member      $137
Society Member                  $143
Non-Member                        $163
Maximum # of Students:  12

OPEN PAINTING GROUPS – FOR MEMBERS - No registration required 

FRIDAY MORNING OPEN PORTRAIT GROUP            Coordinated by Sara Sue Pennell
MEMBERS ONLY
Members paint with each other in a relaxed, congenial environment. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.  Please contact Office for information about joining the Society at 781-862-9696 or by email:  lacs.lexington@verizon.net
FRIDAYS               9:30am - 12:30pm                                              Group shares cost of model.
                                April 1 – June 24                                                 Maximum # of Students:  12
Open portrait studio.
Please contact Office to inquire about openings and information about joining the Society 781-862-9696 or by email:  lacs.lexington@verizon.net  
For information about this group, contact: Sara Sue Pennell at 781-862-8180

FRIDAY NITE OUT OPEN PAINTING GROUP              Coordinated by Cathy Keller              
MEMBERS ONLY
Members paint with each other in a relaxed, congenial environment. (No instruction.  May be costs associated with bringing in professional demonstrators during this period to be determined by the group.)
FRIDAYS               6:30pm - 9:00pm                                              
April 1 – June 24 (12 Sessions)
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Please contact Office to inquire about openings and information about joining the Society 781-862-9696 or by email:  lacs.lexington@verizon.net              
Maximum # of Participants:  12      

SUNDAY AFTERNOON OPEN PAINTING GROUP   Coordinated by LeslieSafford              
MEMBERS ONLY
Members paint with each other in a relaxed, congenial environment. No instruction.  May be costs associated with bringing in professional demonstrators during this period - to be determined by the group.
SUNDAYS*           4:00pm - 7:00pm
May 8, 15, 29  
June 5, 19, 26
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.  Please contact Office to inquire about openings and information about joining the Society
781-862-9696 or by email:  lacs.lexington@verizon.net.

*Dependent upon space availability – meeting room and start time may vary depending on scheduling and upcoming LACS commitments.

PHOTOGRAPHY

THE WELL-DESIGNED PHOTOGRAPH with Albert Zabin        (Beginners to Intermediate)
(Adults and Teens*) (Junior Membership required*)
This course is an interactive hands-on class.
The best way for photographers of every level to improve their photography skills is to learn how to critique photographs – – analyze their strengths and weaknesses.   Almost any photograph can be improved, which is why Edward Weston reprinted his photographs anew, rather than just copy his finished prints.  Beginners and experts will learn from each other.   The atmosphere of the class is relaxed and based on the philosophy there are no rules of composition or technique that can't be bent or even broken to achieve a creative and interesting photograph.  Class sessions are spaced, so that students can take new photographs to bring to class. Students will learn how to use the various controls on their cameras to achieve well-composed and well-exposed photographs and will and learn how to process their photographs in any digital post-processing program, whether an expensive Photoshop or Lightroom or an inexpensive program like Photoshop Elements.  Students must have a camera and be familiar with its basic controls before the course starts. Students should bring their cameras and some of their photographs on a thumb drive to the first session.
MONDAYS            7:00 - 9:00 pm                                                    
SP16-X01             May 23 – June 13 (3 Sessions)  No Class May 30                      
Member                 $56
Non Member        $74
Maximum # of Students: 10

POLYMER CLAY

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT POLYMER CLAY with Crystal Carpenter
(*Beginner level, Teens 14 y.o. and older welcome)  (*Junior Membership required)
Ever look at a piece made with polymer clay and long to get your hands on some, but were uncertain about what to do with it?  Find out why working with polymer clay is fun, easy, creative, very rewarding, and it doesn’t require a studio set-up.  We will look at the pros and cons of various brands of polymer clay and explore several ways you can manipulate it, including basic canes and coloring techniques.  Come learn how fun and rewarding polymer clay can be. All the tools and polymer clay will be provided by the instructor.
WEDNESDAYS   1:00pm - 4:00pm                                                New Class – Special Introductory Pricing:
SP16-F01             March 30, April 13, 27       (3 sessions)        
Society Member              $109
Non-Member                    $127
Maximum # of Students:  8

EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT POLYMER CLAY with Crystal Carpenter
(*Beginner level, Teens 14 y.o. and older welcome)  (*Junior Membership required)
Ever look at a piece made with polymer clay and long to get your hands on some, but were uncertain about what to do with it?  Find out why working with polymer clay is fun, easy, creative, very rewarding, and it doesn’t require a studio set-up.  We will look at the pros and cons of various brands of polymer clay and explore several ways you can manipulate it, including basic canes and coloring techniques.  Come learn how fun and rewarding polymer clay can be. All the tools and polymer clay will be provided by the instructor.
WEDNESDAYS   6:00pm - 9:00pm                                                New Class – Special Introductory Pricing:
SP16-F02              March 30, April 13, 27        (3 sessions)
Society Member              $109
Non-Member                    $127
Maximum # of Students:  8

WOODWORKING

CREATE A SONGBIRD with Jane Layton    (All Levels)
From a basswood cut-out, participants will create a small songbird by carving with hand tools and painting with acrylics.
Any questions, contact Jane Layton at 781-259-9036. New Students:  Please bring $15.00 for materials
WEDNESDAYS   9:30am – 12:00pm                                            
SP16-Y01              March 23 - June 1 (10 Sessions)   No class on April 6                              
Member                 $164
Non-Member        $209
Maximum # of Students: 10

WOODWORKING OPEN SHOP with Annette Sophie Lippert (Intermediate to Advanced, Adults only)
This woodworking/furniture-making open shop class allows students to build projects of their own choice/selection with guidance from the instructor about design, joinery and construction techniques.  The course also focuses on individual review of project-specific machine safety, making jigs and honing hand tool skills.  It is recommended that projects be discussed with the instructor prior to the lumber purchase, so that project details/complexities and tool needs can be clarified.  Students should bring the lumber/hardware and hand tools they will need for their projects.
TUESDAYS          6:45pm - 9:45pm                                               
SP16-Y02              Session 1: March 29 – May 17 (8 sessions)
*Non-guild members must get the instructor’s permission to take this class.  Please call the LACS Office at 781-862-9696.  
Woodworker Guild Member    $281                                                                                                
Society Member                       $301*
Non-Member                             $346*
Maximum # of Students:  4

WOODWORKING OPEN SHOP with Annette Sophie Lippert (Intermediate to Advanced, Adults only)
This woodworking/furniture-making open shop class allows students to build projects of their own choice/selection with guidance from the instructor about design, joinery and construction techniques.  The course also focuses on individual review of project-specific machine safety, making jigs and honing hand tool skills.  It is recommended that projects be discussed with the instructor prior to the lumber purchase, so that project details/complexities and tool needs can be clarified.  Students should bring the lumber/hardware and hand tools they will need for their projects.
TUESDAYS          6:45pm - 9:45pm                                                               
SP16-Y03              Session 2: May 24 – July 12 (8 sessions)
*Non-guild members must get the instructor’s permission to take this class.  Please call the LACS Office at 781-862-9696.
Woodworker Guild Member    $281                                                                                                
Society Member                       $301*
Non-Member                             $346*
Maximum # of Students:  4