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Learn to make your own Giant Jenga, Cornhole game, and Adirondack chair

The Foundry continues to roll out a number of sweet summer artisan classes that are perfect for enjoying the warm weather to its fullest.

Now that giant Jenga and cornhole have become common place at just about every beer garden and picnic, maybe it’s time that you learned how to make your own? These classes at The Foundry teach you how to work through the project, from start to finish. What might look easy is actually quite challenging. It’s important to do these things the right way, in a safe, controlled workshop environment.

Coming up on Saturday, July 9 is making a Giant Gengo Set (click here for details)

Then on August 6 is making your own cornhole game (click here for details)

Finally, there’s no better reward after winning a game that you have made from scratch, than sitting on your very own hand made Adirondack chair. That’s right, The Foundry is offering two classes, where participants can learn how to make a chair for themselves.

Saturday, July 16th | 9 am-4 pm (click here)

Sunday, July 17th | 9 am-2 pm (click here)

These classes are just a few woodworking programs that are offered by The Foundry. There are also countless other classes offered, in various artisan mediums.

The Foundry | 298 Northampton | Buffalo NY |(716) 220-8842 | Facebook

Lead image: Giant Jenga at Resurgence Brewery

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