Welcome to Tear Cap Workshops! We are a non-profit organization dedicated to unleashing creativity in Hiram, Maine.
Inspiration – Craft – Community
Located in Hiram, Maine at the site of a former sawmill, Tear Cap Workshops is committed to promoting and enriching hands-on learning opportunities. We have an emerging hands-on workshop schedule and aesthetic, affordable, workshop spaces to rent for established artisans.
The former sawmill facility consists of 19 acres and 11 buildings. We lease aesthetic and affordable workshop space, and we’re just beginning to offer hands-on educational classes in traditional skills. We plan to offer classes in woodworking, stonewall building, blacksmithing, pottery, gardening, and other hands-on craft based on local, natural materials in the near future.
Our goal is to make good use of a former industrial campus with craft, industry, and education. We hope to offer a wealth of opportunities for anyone who wants to learn a new skill, or needs the space to work on a creative project or business.
The U.S. CDC is currently recommending people wear face coverings in public indoor settings in Oxford County.
You can reserve your spot online (for Wednesdays and Thursdays) or if you’d like to make an appointment, please contact us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling our office at 207-625-3396.
A big thank you to our Business Sponsors whose support helps make Tear Cap Workshops’ mission possible!
With additional support from: Hunting, Dearborn Division; Repose Fire Logs and Keiver-Willard Lumber Corporation
Interested in getting more involved?
- Become a member by making a donation to Tear Cap Workshops. Your donation is tax-deducible: we can’t do any of this without member support! https://tearcapworkshops.org/donations-and-membership/
- Contact us to find out more about volunteering, attending a facility tour, or just to get in touch! We look forward to hearing from you. Email us at email@example.com
- Sign up for our next hands-on class, reserve a spot in our brand-new Rent-a-bench program at the Community Woodworking Shop. Or, for a long-term rental, please contact us to find out more about renting your own workshop space at Tear Cap.
- And don’t forget to sign up for our e-newsletter! Pictures, events, and exciting announcements await your inbox.
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