Fifteen people are registered for the upcoming two day, hands-on workshop. The setting is along-side a quiet road overlooking the orchards of Scott Farm in Dummerston, VT. A one-hundred year old wall in derelict condition will be examined for its structural qualities, dismantled and rebuilt.
Participants will be given one-on-one instruction by Dan Snow and Jared Flynn. The workshop is sponsored by the Great River Arts Institute. For directions and questions, please contact Kristen at firstname.lastname@example.org, 802-463-3330 or 802-896-6898. Directions to the workshop site at 255 Dutton Farm Road can be found here.
Pre-registered participants should bring:
Water and water bottle
Hot drink mug
Eye protection/safety glasses
Rain gear (in case!)
Sturdy work boots
Tools – if you have them: any personal stoneworking tools – hammer, prybar, etc. – there will be some tools available
Snacks and drinks will be provided. Let’s hope for sunny weather!