Register for Classes

Class Registration opens June 1st!  View CLASSES HEREJust be sure to keep clicking on the title of the class to get all of the details to display!

Classes and workshops will be held Friday, September 16, 2011, from 8:30am-4:00pm, so mark your calendars now.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:  September 9, 2011 (Registrations will be accepted after this date, but lunch will not be an option and you will not necessarily have the class choice that you would prior to September 9th)

Please read all of the information below CAREFULLY.

REGISTRATION FORM: Print the registration form to the left, fill it out, and call, mail, or take it in to the Harms Advanced Technology Center (HATC).


Please DO NOT mail it to Brown Sheep Co.  HATC is handling ALL registrations this year.


PAYMENT OPTIONS: Participants must pre-register for all workshops.  You must make full payment, including lunch (optional), at the time of registration.  Cash, credit/debit card, or check (made out to WNCC) will be accepted as payment.

LUNCH AND LECTURE: There will be a lunch break from 11:30am-1:00pm.  Be sure to circle the lunch option on the registration form that you are choosing.  Also please note that from 12:00 to 1:00 you can attend the wool testing and fiber grading lecture by Mr. Angus McColl right there at HATC.  Be sure to circle it on the registration form.  You are welcome to take your lunch into the classroom.

MATERIALS FEE: For some classes, a materials fee is listed. This fee covers the cost of materials provided by the teacher in the classroom. This fee is in addition to the class fee and should be paid to the instructor on the day of class. Please bring correct change or check made out to the instructor.  Absolutely no debit or credit cards will be accepted for materials fee payments.


$4o.oo for ½ day

$80.00 for full day

$5.00 for Mr. McColl’s lunch hour lecture on wool testing (does not count as a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd choice–it takes place over the lunch hour and is optional)

Be sure to make your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices clear on the registration form by putting a 1, 2, or 3 next to the class session you circle.  You will automatically be moved to your 2nd or 3rd choice if your first choice is filled.  HATC will call to confirm your registration if you are mailing the form in.

AGE REQUIREMENTS/ATTENDANCE: Children and guests are not allowed to attend workshops.  Only pre-paid students will have a seat reserved.  You must be 14 years or older to register.

SKILL LEVEL: Be sure to take note of the recommended skill level for each class.  If you are in doubt as to whether you meet the skill level prerequisites, contact Donna or Peggy before calling HATC and we will help you choose a class that works for your skill level. You MUST meet the minimum skill requirements or you will not be able to continue with the class.

PRE-CLASS HOMEWORK: Some classes have pre-class homework.  You must have it completed before September 16th in order to participate.

You must also be sure to have the required supplies.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Classes are subject to cancellation by the SBVFAF Education Committee and HATC if 75% enrollment is not met.  HATC will notify you by phone or email in the event that a class is cancelled.  Full refunds will be given.

No refunds will be given after September 9, 2011, if the student cancels for any reason.

SBVFAF Education Committee
Donna Thompson

Peggy Wells

Laurie Alkire


his is the preliminary Workshop schedule for the 2011 event. It is subject to change until we have 

received signed contracts back from the instructors. We will announce the names of those teachers,

post their biographies, and offer detailed information as soon as the classes are confirmed.

Workshop registration forms will be made available at that time.


PLEASE NOTE: Registrations will not be accepted until the forms are posted online.



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