The Woodworking School at Pine Croft is housed in a timber frame structure designed/built by local woodworker Don Weber along with Kelly Mehler and located within the College’s 9000-acre forest. With a bench and machine room lined with windows and sitting beneath the forests West Pinnacle it is hard to imagine a more idyllic setting. The bench room has a bench for every student, sharpening station, and a small library and sitting area. The machine room offers a full selection with offerings from Felder and Saw Stop and provides all the machining capability needed for our courses or the running of a small professional shop.
Our turning classes will take place at Berea College’s main campus within the Student Craft Woodcraft building. Woodcraft’s recently constructed hand tool room contains 7 lathes and the required tools for all our projects.