Leatherwork - November 16, 2019
Leatherwork - November 16, 2019
Leatherwork - Belt & Stamped Coasters
Advanced registration is required for this event.
Please call 262-594-6301 or email oww@wisconsinhistory.org with questions.
Price: $125.00
Product Details
Learn the basics of leather work as you make your very own belt and coasters! You will work with one of our Old World Wisconsin leather workers as you cut, stain, and finish your own belt. You will take home your belt, a set of coasters, and leather stamps for future projects!

Date: November 16, 2019
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Cost: $125 per person (not refundable)
WHS Members Discount: WHS members receive 10% discount. Please click the "WHS Member Discount" tab for more information.
Advance Registration will close one week before the workshop.

For learners age 13 and up. This workshop is held in our 1880's Shoe Shop. Before the day of the class, we will email parking and entry instructions.

Contact: Please call 262-594-6301 or email oww@wisconsinhistory.org with questions. 

All apprenticeships require a minimum number of participants to occur. If your apprenticeship does not meet the minimum capacity, you will be contacted prior to the date and issued a refund. Registration is non-refundable unless apprenticeship cancelled by Old World Wisconsin. 

Wisconsin Historical Society Member Discount
In addition to other benefits, members of the Wisconsin Historical Society can receive a 10% discount on most items in the online store and tickets to special events.

CLICK HERE to LEARN MORE  about member benefits and how to apply the discount code (your member number) during checkout.

This picture, below, shows where to enter your member number during online check out. Be sure to click the "Update" button.


Reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals requiring wheelchairs for mobility.

Trams are equipped to transport visitors using wheelchairs during regular museum operating hours.

Call ahead to make arrangements at 262-594-6301. 

Old World Wisconsin documents the settlement of 19th- and early 20th-century Wisconsin. It comprises an 1870's crossroads village and 10 ethnic farmsteads located on 576 acres of wooded hills in the Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest. 

Learn More: Old World Wisconsin