we remain committed to the preservation of traditional and contemporary marine skills.
Whether you are a skilled craftsman or new to working with your hands, we have classes that will fit your schedule and level of advancement.
Youth programs are a major part of our mission and commitment to community.
We are currently developing a variety of afterschool classes to take place on Monday and Wednesday afternoons.
Our two week Summer Youth Program is scheduled for the last week in July and first week in August.
If you would like to build your first boat, make a new set of oars, design a toolbox or even press your own skateboard, we have a class that's right for you.
Stay tuned to our events page for upcoming classes.
Our Workshops address a variety of topics of use and interest to mariners.
They typically go from 10 A.M. till' 2:30 P.M., include coffee, snacks and a locally catered lunch.
Stay tuned to our Events Page for all upcoming Saturday Workshops.
You are invited to email us with requests for programs on a particular subject.
We kindly ask that you pre-register for these events so that we may prepare accordingly. Register on our events page by following the link below or by emailing Info@spauldingcenter.org
Adult Fall Semester
We offer adult boat building skills classes during both the Fall and Winter/Spring.
These 14-week programs are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 until 8.
We have a fair mix of new and returning students and the coursework will vary based on interests and experience levels.
Current projects include a strip planked canoe, a rowing scull, and a ten foot lapstrake Lawton Tender.
To sign up for the upcoming semester, beginning January 10th and 12th, follow the link below or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the title "Adult Winter/Spring Semester".