Woodworking Class Policies


Refunds, Cancellations, Discounts & Other Policies

Registration & Tuition

Course enrollments are limited and classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment is due at time of registration; space will not be held without payment. Once registration and payment have been submitted, you will only be contacted for changes in scheduling, cancellations or if the class is full.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express checks, money orders or cash. 

Please register early, as some classes may fill quickly and others may be cancelled if enrollment is too low. Registrations may be accepted after a class begins if space is available, and with instructor permission.

Refunds & Credit

We reserve the right to cancel or discontinue any class, in which case you may choose to receive a refund, register for an alternate course or receive tuition credit toward the following term.

If you withdraw more than two weeks before a class begins, we will refund 100% of tuition paid minus a $20 processing fee. We issue no refund or credit if you withdraw less than two weeks before your class begins.

Registrations are non-transferable.

We do not refund tuition for classes students miss due to their own circumstances.

Weather Cancellations

Students and parents are notified of weather cancellations via email or by phone. You can check on the status of a class by calling our main number: 270-885-5570. Announcements will also be posted in a timely manner on the home page of our web site and on our Facebook page.

Each winter class is allotted a make-up date for one weather cancellation. There are no make-up classes, refunds or credits for additional weather cancellations. Most make-up dates will extend the length of a class by one week; check individual class pages for specific dates.


We close in observance of New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Most classes are also suspended New Years Eve, the day before Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve. Certain classes also skip other holidays; these are noted in individual class listings or determined by special arrangement between instructors and students.

We occasionally suspend classes to make room for Open Studios and other special events. See individual class listings for details.

Materials & Supplies

Students are responsible for providing their own supplies and materials unless otherwise noted. Materials are available for purchase through Heirloom Table but students are responsible for making arrangements with Heirloom Table prior to the start of class. Materials fees must be paid to the instructor at the first class session. Students are welcome to bring their own tools, but Heirloom Table Home is not responsible for their loss or damage. No tools or supplies belonging to Heirloom Table Home may be removed from the building.

Project Storage

For most classes, we allow students to store one project at a time at the school during the span of the class. Our limited storage space is restricted to currently enrolled students. Instructors show students where their projects may be stored. Projects and materials must be clearly labeled with the student’s name, contact information and date. All property must be removed the end of the last class unless the student enrolls in the following term and receives permission from Heirloom Table Home. Property left without permission after a class ends may be disposed of if efforts are not made to pick up in a timely manner. Heirloom Table Home is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged property.

Safety First!

Our instructors teach proper safety procedures to all students, and all students must read our safety rules. Students who fail to follow safety rules will be guided to the correct approach to protect themselves and others. Any person may be asked to leave if proper safety procedures are not observed.

Children & Teens

Parents must pick up their children at the designated ending time of class. Latecomers may be charged for additional staff time. 

Parents or guardians must thoroughly complete registration forms, including full contact and emergency contact information.

Teens age 17 and up may register for adult classes.


Heirloom Table Home welcomes students of any gender, national or ethnic origin, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, and physical ability, and does not discriminate in the administration of its educational programs.