Friday, June 15, 2012
The Naked Table Project
Spend a late summer weekend in beautiful Woodstock, Vermont crafting a family heirloom with furniture maker Charles Shackleton.
The Naked Table Project invites groups to participate in the creation of a simple, contemporary table, from assembly, to designating a replacement tree, to a locally-grown invited dinner on the table, to its final home.
Sign up for this popular annual event and make your own Naked Table August 25th & 26th, 2012 at the ShackletonThomas Workshops located in the Bridgewater Mill. The tables are made on Saturday, August 25th. On Sunday, August 26, the tables are joined end-to-end and lined up on the historic covered bridge in Woodstock to create one long community table.
After lunch, participants will take a tour of the forest to see where the trees were harvested and to tag a replacement tree. The community is invited to join the table makers, logger, forester, sawyer and furniture makers, to share in a locally-sourced meal.
The cost: $950 includes making your table, forest tour, iconic Naked Table Project T-Shirt and a ticket to the locavore lunch under the historic covered bridge.
For more information visit The Naked Table Project or call
802-672-5175. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space at the workshop.