Primitive Stone Oil Lamps
May 25, 2013 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm| $35
Living in a primitive shelter can be a wonderful experience, but in order to make it feel really cozy, you are going to need a light source. In this class you will learn how to make simple, effective, and beautiful stone oil lamps without the use of modern tools or fuels. These lamps can be used for lighting, heating, and even cooking! Whether or not you live in a house made of sticks and debris, or a modern home, these simple lights will add a unique and primitive ambiance to your shelter.
No experience required! Please pre-register as spaces are limited.
Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete registration and to allow class to begin on time.
Discounts available for day classes:
- 3 or more immediate family members attending the same class receive 20% off tuition.
- A group of 7 or more attending the same class may each receive 20% off tuition.
Instructors: Coyote Trails School of Nature Instructor Team
Location: Coyote Trails’ Jefferson Nature Center- Medford, Oregon
Please dress for the outdoors.
Cancellation Policy: There is a $10 fee for each registration cancelled or changed. Notification of cancellation needs to be received four (4) days prior to the first day of your class in order to receive a full refund minus a $10 processing fee for each student. No refunds are issued if cancellation occurs within less than four (4) days of your class.