Saturday Apr 20th, 10am - 2pm
The DIY Joint is a community woodworking and do-it-yourself studio located in Hoboken, New Jersey. Our mission is to empower people with the skills, tools, and space to make something awesome.
We offer a variety of classes and workshops open to makers of all skill levels. Sessions are guided by craftspeople in various trades, including furniture makers, woodworkers, contractors, and do-it-yourself enthusiasts. Group projects are an exciting way to familiarize yourself with different tools and learn effective techniques.
Studio access is a platform for makers to indulge in their own DIY projects using our growing collection of tools and equipment. Whether you're looking to pick up a new hobby or jump-start your Etsy career, we believe that making something with your own hands is an invaluable experience.
Great class for beginners, would absolutely recommend! Walking away with a beautiful product makes it that much better. I never thought I could handle power saws, but left empowered.
Very cool class but felt a bit more instruction would have been nice. We left with a wine rack that doesn't fit our glasses properly (we did not cut enough space for the stems) which could have been avoided with proper instructions and guidance on dimensions.
Really good class. Cutting boards came out great.
Glen was very knowledgeable and personable. The class exceeded my expectations with all the tools that we got to use and the support that we got from Glen in the process.
Love it made a very nice spoon
The class was wonderful and challenging. Glen is a supremely wise and generous teacher whose wisdom extends far beyond woodworking and nourishes your desire to live a fuller and more engaged life.
I ended up switching into the dovetail class instead of taking the tool sharpening class, but Glen was more than happy to teach tool sharpening skills to another student and me before the dovetail class started. This was my second class taught by Glen (the first was a utensil shaping class), and I hope to take more. He has a lot to teach, and he's eager to share as much of his knowledge and skillset as he can. He's quite a talented artist as well as teacher, and taking his classes is both enjoyable and informative. He mentioned preferring teaching without grades, but I give him an A+ without a second thought.
The class was excellent. Glen is a very helpful teacher. He's passionate about his work and eager to share any knowledge he can, even when answering detailed questions involving skills outside of the specific course. Through his utensil shaping class, I leaned and practiced skills that are widely applicable to various wood working projects. I plan to take his tool sharpening class as well to further expand my woodworking skill set. I highly recommend taking any class of his.
I had a great experience. I would recommend the class to anyone who likes to work with tools.
Glen has a world of experience and information to offer. Small class size with lots of opportunity to ask questions and receive help when clarification was needed. Relaxed atmosphere.
Saturday Apr 20th, 10am - 2pm
Saturday Apr 20th, 3pm - 6pm
Wednesday May 1st, 4pm - 5:30pm
Thursday May 2nd, 4pm - 5:30pm
Sunday May 5th, 10am - 11:30am
Sunday May 12th, 10am - 12pm