Wednesday, January 1

Blacksmith Schools In Michigan




Schools and blacksmiths in Michigan currently offering metalworking and blacksmithing courses.


Detroit Area

Troy Historic Village
Offering blacksmithing classes for adults through their "Events" page.
60 W. Wattles Rd.
Troy, MI 48098
(248) 524-3570
apd@thvmail.org

Kalamazoo Area (Scotts)

Tillers International
Cook's Mill Learning Center
10515 East OP Ave.
Scotts, MI 49088
(800) 498-2700
tillers@tillersinternational.org

Muskegon Area

Sarqit Outdoor Living School
147 Livingston St.
Whitehall, MI
See their website for additional information and a contact form.

Upper Peninsula

Northern Michigan School of Art & Design
1401 Presque Isle Ave.
Marquette, MI 49855
(906) 227-2194

Ypsilanti

Michigan Folk School
6685 Vreeland Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48198
(734) 985-0198

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9 comments:

  1. You can add CJ Forge to the list in Michigan.

    CJ Forge Inc.
    86 E. 10 Mile Rd.
    Hazel Park, MI, 48030
    248-543-4010
    http://www.cjforge.net

    Thanks!

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  2. You Can Also add Troy Historical Village:

    http://www.troyhistoricvillage.org/blacksmithing/

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  3. Thanks for the information! It's been added to the list.

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  4. Here's another one you can add, if you don't mind.

    Sarqit Outdoor Living School
    http://www.sarqit.com/michigan-blacksmith.html
    147 Livingston St
    Whitehall, Mi

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    1. Do you have contact info for the MI location...

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    2. Hi there-

      If you're looking for additional information on the Sarqit Outdoor Living School you can follow this link to contact them:

      http://www.sarqit.com/contact-us.html

      Let me know if there's anything else I can help with.

      -Terran

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    3. Is there a contact number for the Sarqit Michigan location? I tried the contact form on the website but have not heard anything back. I am looking for a teacher in West Michigan. Thanks.

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    4. Hi Karyn-

      I'm sorry for the wait. As far as I can tell, the Contact Form is the best way to get a hold of them. If nothing else, you could make the drive and talk to them.

      Cheers,

      Terran

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