For the past 35 years Sterling College has hosted an exhibit of Sterling student wood projects at the Annual Wood Show. A long-time Sterling tradition, the Wood Show provides an opportunity for the public to view projects completed by students in the “Reverence for Wood” class.
Under the guidance of woodworking teacher Nathan Skorstad, the “Reverence for Wood” class gives students of all woodworking abilities the skills to create a final wood project of their choosing. Students create strong and unique wood work, including ornate blanket chests, benches, musical instruments, and spinning wheels.
The Reverence for Wood class will take place over the spring semester, and the 2013 Wood Show is scheduled for 6:30 pm on Thursday, April 18th, following a free community dinner at 5:30 pm in Dunbar Dining Hall.