Rockler "Make and Take" Classes Offer Hands-On Woodworking Projects for Beginners and Experts Alike

The fall classes are taking place in Rockler stores nationwide, with fun projects from keepsake boxes to epoxy serving boards.

MEDINA, Minn. , Sept. 29, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Those looking to get an early start on holiday gift making—or wanting to learn a new hobby—will be interested in the Make and Take classes being offered through the month of October by Rockler Woodworking and Hardware.

These classes are offered at 42 store locations across the U.S. and are perfect for all woodworking skill levels, including beginners. Classes feature fun projects that are perfect for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts, unique seasonal décor, or just handmade items that the maker can take home to enjoy.

Rockler is a family-owned business and one of the nation's premier retailers of woodworking tools and supplies. To find and register for Make and Take classes at your local Rockler store, visit

Some of the Make and Take class projects in October include cheese serving boards, sign-making, mini river tables, epoxy coasters and keepsake boxes. For those interested in learning to use a lathe, Rockler offers classes ranging from ring and pen turning to bowl and rolling pin turning.

"No matter if it's your first time or your hundredth time woodworking, Make and Take classes are a great way for people of all skill levels to try their hand with fun, creative projects," said Jeff Slaton, Customer Education Manager. "No experience is necessary to be able to go home with both a completed project and newfound skills, both of which you can use well into the future."

The classes are led by Rockler's expert instructors who provide tools and instruction for participants to create special handmade pieces. The goal is to empower beginners and hobbyists alike to take projects into their own hands, creating something unique to them that they can be proud of, while arming them with skills to pick up more of their own projects.

Each class lasts approximately three hours and focuses on a single project or subject. The enrollment fee for each class starts at $75 on up and includes tools, supplies, and safety gear. Registration and additional details on local classes are available in-store and at

About Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
Celebrating its 68th anniversary as a family-run business, Rockler Woodworking and Hardware is the nation's premier supplier of specialty hardware, tools, lumber, and other high-quality woodworking products. Rockler has 41 retail locations across 23 states, as well as extensive internet and catalog operations.

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