During the current COVID19 epidemic, NCCW classes are for members only. We plan to offer them again to the public once the epidemic conditions lighten up.  Thank you for your interest.

Our Classes. NorthCoast Community Woodshop offers classes taught by members who are qualified woodworkers.  The classes target beginners or novices in the topic area for each class – turning wood on a lathe, using different joinery or equipment, making simple pieces of furniture or decorative items. Most are one day classes on Saturdays.  All materials are included with the price of the class.  Our class sizes are small, so they usually fill up fast.  We normally post them on our website in August for the Fall session and in December for the Winter/Spring session.


You can view classes that are currently available below and click on them for more detail.  Registration can be done on the page for an individual class by clicking on “Register Now”.  You can pay by credit card or Paypal.  If you need to cancel: If we can fill your spot from a waitlist, we will refund the cost of the class.  A confirmation and reminder will be sent by email prior to the class.

Upcoming Classes
No upcoming events at the moment
Past Classes
Make a Cutting Board

June 5, 2021

Make a Picture Frame

May 15, 2021

Turn a Small Box

May 1, 2021

Make a Simple Miter Box

April 17, 2021

Turn Christmas Ornaments on a Lathe

December 12, 2020

Make a Simple Miter Box

November 21, 2020

Make Engraved Coasters on Laser Cutter

November 14, 2020

Make a Wooden Mallet

November 7, 2020

Turn a Platter on the Lathe

October 24, 2020

Turn a Pen on Lathe

October 10, 2020

Make a Cutting Board

April 18, 2020

Turn a Platter

March 28, 2020

Make a Keepsake Box

March 14, 2020

Make a Side Table

February 22, 2020

Make an Engraved Coaster using a Laser Cutter

February 8, 2020

Make a Wooden Step Stool

January 25, 2020

Turn Christmas Ornaments on a Lathe

December 14, 2019

Make a Cutting Board

December 7, 2019

Make a Lidded Dovetail Box

November 23, 2019

Turn a Pen on Lathe

November 16, 2019