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Heartland Forest’s Shop Club is an opportunity for people with developmental disabilities and brain injuries to participate in the creation of unique projects on a weekly basis using woods and other mediums. Participants will be involved in the planning, preparation, and finishing of their projects using a variety of tools and techniques.

Shop Club is a beginner’s level program and is recommended for individuals who have a desire to learn about the basics of wood working.

Participants must be 16 years of age or older to register, and spaces are limited and filled on a first come first served basis.

3 sessions per year (Winter, Spring and Fall) with an average of 8 to 10 meetings per session (see our calendar below) 

All meetings throughout the year will take place on Monday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Friday afternoons 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Pricing based on $15 per meeting and must be paid by the session.

For more information

To Check Availability and Pay

Registration Form:

Keeping Safe During the Covid-19 Pandemic: 

  • Small program sizes will be maintained to allow ample room for social distancing. 
  • Anyone entering Heartland Forest’s Nature Centre will be required to complete a health screening questionnaire. You can see the questionnaire on our website with this link: covid-19-screening-questions/ 
  • A thorough sanitization of the room including all chairs, tables, door knobs etc. and any other high touch surface. This is done before and after each meeting. 
  • Masks and/or face shields will be mandatory unless a participant can provide a doctor note stating they are medically exempt. 
  • Items that are hard to sanitize or are frequently used will be assigned at the start of the session and used by the same individuals throughout all scheduled meetings.

Sponsored By

Unity for Autism
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