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From Flame to Furnace
For the intermediate to advanced flameworker, this is a fast-paced, dynamic opportunity to work with Sally Prasch in flameworking and George Kennard in glassblowing. Using 96COE soft glass, design, and draw and bring your wildest glass creations to life. Make components in flameworking and integrate them into your design which George will blow under your direction and with your assistance. A rare opportunity!

When: Oct 16, 2016 12am to Oct 22, 2016 12am in Williamsburg, MA

The Multi-Faceted World of Clay

Explore a range of pottery making and firing techniques from around the world! Raku is a fast glaze process from 16th century Japan that produces a rainbow of colors and effects. Burnishing or polishing and saggar firing produces beautiful pinks, oranges, and earth tones - a technique closely associated with Native American and Greek pottery. Students will make work to be fired at the end of the class.

When: Oct 16, 2016 12am to Oct 22, 2016 12am in Williamsburg, MA

Fundamentals of Woodturning

Focus on the fundamental cutting techniques for the two basic types of woodturning: spindle and bowl-turning. Work up to creating turned vessels, objects or tools, such as a bud vase, mallet, rolling pin, or purely abstract works of art. Create an heirloom out of a nice piece of wood, and finish the week with a guided, self-selected project. Bring plenty of ideas!

When: Oct 16, 2016 12am to Oct 22, 2016 12am in Williamsburg, MA

Buy Local
McFadden's Pub 
109 Main Street
Haydenville, MA 01039

McFadden's Pub offers a menu of great burgers and tavern favorites located in Haydenville which is part of Williamsburg MA.
About Williamsburg, MA
The Town of Williamsburg Massachusetts was founded in 1771 and is located in Hampshire County.

Williamsburg contains about 3000 year round residents.

The town contains two villages Williamsburg and Haydenville which both of which contain remarkable examples of Greek revival architecture in homes as well as public buildings.