- Spring Walling Day (5/12/18)
May 12, 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- 1-day workshop attendance
Come practice walling!
Already been to workshop? Want to build more but don’t have a wall to work on? Than this walling day is for you! Come work on a wall along side a few experienced wallers and instructors. This is a day for you to gain experience without lots of dedicated teaching time. There will still be instructors around to answer questions and help with trouble spots. This walling day will help you gain confidence in your walling and practice in a real world environment with irregular field stone. The atmosphere will be nice and relaxed. 9am to 5pm with a break for lunch.
This event is open only to those who have taken a walling workshop at the stone trust, or are certified wallers.
Walling Days are free to Pro Members! You must register using the special promo code to get your discount.
More info about this event and location will be posted soon!
What to Wear And Bring
Watch the weather and dress accordingly.
You will be working relatively hard, so expect to warm up, but have warm clothes too. This is a rain or shine event.
Bring the Following:
- Protective eye wear
- Boots or heavy shoes required. No open toed footwear allowed. Boots with reinforced (steel) toes are recommended, but not required
- Work Gloves
- Rain Gear
- Your own Lunch
Cold water will be provided throughout. All other food and drink you must bring
Bring any tools you would like to use. A hammer (s), string, tape measure, shovel, and level, are all recommended as well as any other tools you would like to bring or have used for walling. We will also have some tools available for participants to use, but they may not be what you like.
*Please note if you encounter errors or problems while registering please email Brian Post or call (802) 490-9607, so we can correct the problem, and improve our registration process.
Work on rebuilding historic walls and adding new stone features to this historic Southern NH Property. This is the site of the 2017 bridge build. Field stone from the property and quarried ledge stone are both used on this site for training.