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Appropriate Skill Level Required

Why Workshops?

Blacksmithing is an ancient craft, perfected over the centuries, and changing with technology.  There are many different aspects to learn, and different specialties that speak to different people. There is always more to learn, and it's exciting to have new teachers! Covering techniques from beginner to advanced, these workshops will help you expand your blacksmithing horizons!

Annual Anvil Repair Workshop

Have an anvil that needs some work? Bring it in to our annual repair workshop and bring it back to life! (or just clean up a few broken edges.) We spend the morning going over the anvils, figuring out just what needs to happen, and explaining the process. A few professional welders are brought in to help everyone out. They'll do the welding for you, but there's still a full days work for you to put in. New England Blacksmiths membership required to attend. If you'd like to learn more about New England Blacksmiths, please contact us or visit

2022 Schedule

Appropriate Skill Level Required
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  • Make sure you meet the required Skill Level. 

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes and long pants while participating.  

  • Lunch is not provided.  Please pack a lunch or enjoy a delicious sandwich from Pine Hill Orchards. 

  • If you have any equipment you'd like to use, bring it along!  Otherwise, all you need for the class will be provided. 

  • Ages 13 and up

  • For children under 18, parental permission may need to be obtained.

Rescheduling Policy

Class deposits are non-refundable. However, if you notify us up to two weeks (14 days) before class,  you may switch to a later session at no extra charge.
14 days before the class and later: If you would like to change classes within two weeks of the start date, there will be a fee equal to 50% of the class price in order to reschedule.  

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