only then will all lives matter.
If you'd rather, you can reach us directly by phone:
"When is the forge re-opening?"It has begun. Classes will be going on the calendar over the next days and weeks.
When you show up for an indoor class:The instructors at PHF are fully vaccinated, but we have youngsters in our bubbles who are too young to vaccinate.
Thus we are being specific and particular about our students being properly and fully vaccinated: Last shot plus two weeks.
So... the process will be this:
N.B. Show up wearing a mask. Bring your vax card or a picture of it.
Zoom Meeting and Demonstration- NEW! - I'll be doing some sort of live smithing demonstration starting soon after 8pm.
Something fairly quick... 15 - 30 minutes, and after that I'll be answering questions and being social and catching up.
July 1, Tying a knot in an iron bar. .
Meeting ID: 832 7904 4035
Prospect Hill Forge is a teaching smithy
located in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Note: Prospect Hill Forge is not a 9 to 5 business.
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To register for a class:
ALL CLASSES ARE TAUGHT AT OUR WALTHAM LOCATION
(We don't move this stuff.)
(well, alright, except during a pandemic)
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RSS feeds for classes and events
To help you find out when the class you've been waiting for gets scheduled on our calendar, we've created RSS feeds for each class, and one for all our events and activites (classes, open houses, demos...).
(What is RSS, why do I care, and how do I use it?)
to the RSS feed for
All PHF Events
(Our RSS feeds update
A video by and of Mark Oribello, one of our advanced students and Open Smithy monitors:
Facemasks & SourdoughThere's been a lot of interest in these lately, here's my page about my design for a mask more suited to the bearded face,
(which does also work on un-bearded faces, the beard is not required for proper functioning)
And if you're making pleated rectangular masks, here's a design for a simple-to-make (cardboard and tape) pleating tool that just might speed you up.
and my No-Waste Procedure for maintaining and using a sourdough starter.