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Fireplace and Oven Workshop At Eastfield Village

I spent the past week out at Eastfield Village for a 5 day workshop on building a traditional fireplace and beehive oven.

Group Photo of Half The Class
Group Photo Of Half The Class

The class was full of Carpentry and Preservation Carpentry Students from the North Bennet Street School in Boston.

Group Photo of the Other Half of the Class
Group Photo of the Other Half of the Class

We had a great time learning the ins and outs of building a traditional fireplace.

Group Photo Of 2014 Fireplace and Oven Class at Eastfield Village
Group Photo Of 2014 Fireplace and Oven Class at Eastfield Village

Most of the students were new to masonry work, so the results are a testament to the teaching and experience that Don, Billy and John brought to the class.

Inside a new beehive oven
Inside a new beehive oven

You can see a video recap of the week’s events on YouTube here:

If you’d like to learn more about this class and Eastfield Village, please check out another blog post I made on this topic here or visit the Eastfield Village website here.

Take care,
-Bill

 

 

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