An event every week that begins at 5:30 pm on Thursday, repeating until March 8, 2018
Master blacksmith Barry Stromberger leads an intensive 8 week adult welding class in the Road Shop, on the TwispWorks campus. The course, consisting of 3 hour classes each Thursday night, will cover hands-on orientation to arc and gas welding, wire feed and TIG welding, oxy-acetylene and plasma cutting. Barry will also cover metal working tool orientation; how to select basic welding equipment for your personal shop and how to identify the different kinds of steel. And, as always with Barry, an emphasis on safety will be stressed each step of the way.
Barry has been a small business owner in the Methow for over 40 years and has specialized in foreign auto and custom iron work for the past 12 years. Barry developed and led the very popular welding program at Liberty Bell High School for over a decade.
Cost includes all supplies and safety gear. Class size is limited to six students. This class is currently full. Contact Barry for information on future courses.
The welding class is held in the Road Shop, Building #8, on the TwispWorks campus.
Don Linnertz, Executive Director
Tori Karpenko, Director of Campus Operations
Chris Schneider, Director of Marketing and Development
Julie Tate-Libby, Director of Programming
Sarah Prochnau, Director of Partnerships and Marketing Programs
Anne Acheson, Business Manager
Joe Bastian, Facilities Manager
P.O. Box 264
Twisp, WA 98856
TwispWorks in the heart of downtown Twisp, at 502 S. Glover Street, with the main entrance at the intersection of WA State Highway 20 and Glover Street.
Denise and myself are very excited to have received a SBEG grant. The corona virus will have a lasting impact on us, as we have been closed for two months and we will now have reduced lodging capacity due to cleaning and sanitation protocols. We have been running the Twisp River Inn Bed & Breakfast for over 15 years in the upper Twisp River valley and have embraced the spirit of this community. Thank you for your support!
The Small Business Emergency Grant program is made possible thanks to tremendous generosity of our local community and business owners, the Methow Valley Long Term Recovery Organization, and the mighty Twisp Washington and Winthrop Washington Chambers of Commerce. More information at TwispWorks.Org.
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