Artist Blacksmith's Association of North America
ABANA 2010 Announcement - Fall Classes at
Grafton Forge in Grafton, Vermont


Below is a courtesy announcement for fall classes at Grafton Forge, in beautiful
Grafton, Vermont.

Please forward this announcement on to anyone that you think might be interested.


Rome H. Hutchings
ABANA Member Services
Learn to Blacksmith at Grafton Forge

Grafton Forge is pleased to announce our fall educational offerings.  Class is limited to six adults and is on a first come basis...  A wait list is available and a consecutive class will be offered if the need exists.  These offerings are for the beginner or for those with limited experience.  Each student will execute a project of their own design!  The class makes a great gift as well.  The next round will cover more advanced techniques and topics.  Act now and be a part of our very first classes at Grafton Forge.  Please call 802-843-1029 and I will personally speak with you regarding this unique opportunity.

See you soon!

Adam Howard,Director Grafton Forge

Grafton Forge

To book, please contact: 

Contact Person: Adam Howard
Contact Email:
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Contact Phone:
(802) 843-1029

Week-long or three consecutive weekend programs
Situated in the very heart of Grafton Village is Grafton Forge, a unique, working blacksmith shop.

Owned by the Windham Foundation and operated by noted blacksmith and educator Adam Howard, the shop's mission is to further of the art of blacksmithing and the share its vital role past and present in the daily life, economy and community of Grafton and rural Vermont.

The shop is host to visitors from far and near including numerous school groups and others interested in learning about this ancient art and its contemporary applications. 

This fall, learn to blacksmith with Adam Howard. Two packages are offered:

A week-long Forge Class
September 19-24, 2010
The rate of the class will be $600.00 
Includes lodging at The Old Tavern at Grafton, daily breakfast and daily classes at Grafton Forge. 
Class only (no lodging): $300

Three-consecutive Weekend Forge Class
Perfect for locals or working guests.
Weekends: Nov. 6 & 7, 13 & 14 and 19 & 20, 2010
Class costs: $300 for six days of classes (consecutive weekends)
Need to spend a night? Cost: $165.00 per night lodging with a full country breakfast.

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Thanks and we hope to hear from you soon!.

Rome Hutchings
Rome H. Hutchings,
ABANA Member Services