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Sawdust -

Homeschool Classes * Camps * 1 Day Workshops

Our mission is to keep the trades alive, by creating exciting experiences with woodoworking. Through teaching safety, how to correctly build, and providing fun projects, we love seeing the pride they feel through out the process! Each child gets to take home their finished products

Our shop is located at our home just north of Downtown Concord off of Branchview and Old Salsibury Concord Rd. Feel free to message us for the address before registering if you need to know exact location!

We love and accept children of all abilities! As we strive to provide an inclusive environment for all, please contact us if you have questions if this would be the right fit for your child. We will do our absolute best to accommodate individuals with diverse abilities!

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Upcoming Camps, Classes & Workshops 
Spring Homeschool Class - FULL
SUMMER CAMPS NOW OPEN!!!
Fall Homeschool Class - coming soon

  • Light it up!
    Light it up!
    Mon, Aug 05
    Concord
    Aug 05, 2024, 9:00 AM – Aug 08, 2024, 1:00 PM
    Concord, Sherwin Ln, Concord, NC 28025, USA
    Aug 05, 2024, 9:00 AM – Aug 08, 2024, 1:00 PM
    Concord, Sherwin Ln, Concord, NC 28025, USA
    Learn to build a light saber & lantern! Participants will use the lathe and hand tools, and get to take home everything that they create. $200, includes all materials. M-TH 9am-1pm
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Our mission is to keep the trades alive - With so many schools geared to teaching kids all about computers and learning how to function in a technology driven world, it makes it hard to slow down.

Here at SawDust wanted to bring kids back to the time we learned with our hands and not a screen. Getting to the creative and hands-on side of their brain. We love to teach kids how to turn nothing into something through their imagination and hard work. We would love to have your kids join us in a hands-on woodworking course. I want to  teach them how to engineer something that has already been done before, but making it their own by thinking outside the box.

- Marshal Spradley

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