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November 24 – Intro to Electrical Workshop

Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to cancel this workshop for this month. We will hold it in the spring or summer of 2013. Please check back soon to see what other workshops we’ll be offering in those months. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Circuitry is a mysterious and potentially dangerous creature. A small area to work within and a jumble of coloured wires can make your head spin (or your hair stand on end). This Intro to Electrical Workshop aims to impart essential wisdom on the wonder that is household wiring.

This workshop will go over the types of projects in which you might encounter electrical work, the tools needed to complete these projects, and different variations of circuits and voltage. Above all, safety measures will be our focus. Your confusion level with the picture in this post is directly proportional to how much you need to attend this workshop!

When: Saturday, November 24th, 2012, from 11:00am-2:00pm

Where: The Tool Library, 3448 Commercial Street

Cost: $15 for VTL Members | $20 for Non-Members

What to Bring: All materials will be provided. The workshop will take place outside so wear comfortable, tighter-fitting clothing that is weather appropriate. Avoid dangly accessories for safety reasons.

Questions? Email lauren [at] vancouvertoollibrary [dot] com

Advance registration is required! Please pre-pay and sign up through the PayPal button below or come into the shop to register. Refunds are available up to 48 hours before the workshop begins.

Workshop Registrants: Please include your email address in the paypal form! This is how we’ll contact you with any workshop updates and to confirm your registration. Note that VTL Members will be required to present their member cards at the workshop.