Both Level One and Level Two Classes are scheduled for the 2017 – book early to get a place! You must register. Level One or previous experience required for Level Two course.
Basic Beginner Level 1 Classes
Times: Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (Some Special Classes on Sundays)
- March 18 – completed
- April 22 – completed
- May 6th – completed
- May 13th – completed
- May 27 – completed
- June 11th – completed
- June 17th – completed
- June 25th – completed
- October 21 – (full)
- December 2 – (full)
Beginner Level 2 Classes
Times: Friday 6:00 – 10:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
- September 15, 15 and 17 – 3 registered, 1 available
- November 17, 18 and 19 – full
|Registration for 2017
Click here for the Current Program Document All classes will take place at the Waldie Blacksmith Shop,
16 James Street, Milton, Ontario.
Call 905-875-4156 to register or email: email@example.com
All cheques payable to Milton Historical Society.You must be at least 18 years of age. Maximum enrolment – 4 students per class and minimum enrolment is 2 students per class.
|Introduction to Blacksmithing Level One:
Basic beginner introductory class where you will learn the traditional art of Blacksmithing. No experience required. This is a one-day beginner class where students will be taught fire lighting, hammering techniques, drawing out steel, etc. Students will complete a simple project. Cost: $125.00
Instructors: Darwyne Hourie and Larry Maughan
|Beginner Blacksmithing Level Two:
The Beginner course is intended to develop basic skills. Some of the things that will be taught include fire lighting, introduction to tools, hammering techniques, etc. Heat-treating and tempering will be introduced. Students will complete various projects, which they will take home. You must have taken Level One or have had some previous experience.
Instructors: Mr. Darwyne Hourie and Larry Maughan
Published on May 29, 2017
My day at the blacksmith forge in Milton Ontario. Unfortunately none of the video has me hammering anything but I had a blast and learned a lot while I forged a couple of coat hooks. Check them out if your interested.