Rockler turns up the heat for Valentine's Day woodworking classes

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MEDINA, Minn. — Family-owned Rockler Woodworking and Hardware, retailer of woodworking tools and supplies, is offering special Valentine's Day classes in stores nationwide for couples to experience a unique and creative date night and try their hand at a fun new hobby together.

The special classes are scheduled for various dates through the month of February and are centered around different projects depending on the location, ranging from decorative wooden hearts to charcuterie boards and wooden rings. Some stores are also including complimentary hors d'oeuvres with their classes.

"Woodworking is a great, hands-on hobby to learn with your loved one, and gives you the opportunity to make something together that you can use for years to come," says Joe Kester, VP of Retail at Rockler. "These classes are an excellent opportunity to learn a new hobby—or sharpen your existing woodworking skills—and have a fun, unique date night to remember."

Classes range in price from $80 to $200, and some registrations come with a plus-one.

In addition to these special Valentine's Day classes, Rockler stores host year-round hands-on classes for people of all woodworking skill levels to make projects like cheeseboards, bowls, pens, handles and much more. To find a store's class schedule and register for in-store classes, visit


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