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Viking-style Ironwork
Date: Sunday, Mar 6 - Saturday, Mar 12, 2022
Subject: Blacksmithing
Instructor: Elmer Roush
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Do you enjoy blacksmithing with a historical perspective? Focus on reproducing 10th-century Viking relics, including spearheads, axes, arrowheads, and locks. Drawings and tracings of original pieces will be available as guides. Knowledge of how to build and maintain a forge fire, along with basic blacksmithing and forge-welding skills, are needed for this intermediate class.

Tuition: $693.00

To register for this class, please call 1-800-365-5724.

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Deposit: A deposit of $150.00 will be due upon checkout to hold your seat in this class.




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WITHDRAWAL AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Because of registration costs and other services, including faculty contracts, material acquisitions and housing arrangements, the Folk School is required to charge cancellation fees to students who change their itineraries.
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