2180, 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse
Hours of Operation
Mon – Fri: 9am to 5pm
Wed – Sun: 1pm to 9pm
Mon – Fri: 9am – 5pm
Maker Academy Weekend Welding is a 6-week Bootcamp starting October 30th and running until December 4th. Please follow the link below for more information or to register. https://www.yukonstruct.com/event/maker-academy-weekend-welding/
We are excited to support Yukon Women In Trades and Technology and their programming.
Design and cut wood earrings on the laser cutter!Create your own custom wood earrings! In this beginner laser cutting and jewelry-making workshop you will design, cut, and assemble at least 2 pairs of wood earrings. Bring your imagination and let our instructor help you bring your ideas to life.All supplies will be included in this
Create a flower press in our woodshopUse the woodshop to make your own flower press! Flower presses are a fun tool for preserving flowers and plants (and make a great Christmas gift)! This is the perfect project for anyone looking to learn some beginner carpentry skills and get comfortable with power tools. This workshop is
Lunch and Learn *Hybrid, Recorded* NEW: Community Tourism Destination Development Fund Learn about a new Fund from the Department of Tourism & Culture, which will support tourism destination development in Yukon communities. Presented by Alex Bouchard and Avery Bramadat (from Tourism Yukon) There will be food!
Piece together clothing and fabric scraps to create a one-of-a-kind tote bag!In the 3-hour INTERMEDIATE sewing class you will learn how to repurpose and sew together old clothing to create a lined tote bag. We will cover basic pattern drafting as well as how to cut and attach leather straps to your tote bag. All
Learn foundational sewing skills. Join Yukonstruct’s Weekend Sewing Maker Academy for a 6 – week Bootcamp to build your sewing skills and confidence. Throughout the course, you will learn the basics of sewing from a skilled instructor, how to use a domestic sewing machine, follow and adjust patterns and troubleshoot problems. Our project-based learning model