Description

Want to change out that old light fixture? Have a light switch or outlet that doesn’t work?  Learn to make these simple electrical repairs yourself! In this hands-on class you will replace single pole and 3-way light switches, a wall outlet, a light fixture, and learn how to rewire a lamp and test electrical circuits. The class will help you confidently DIY simple electrical repairs that could cost you hundreds of dollars if you hired an electrician. Must-Have knowledge for any home-owner! No electrical experience is required. This class is taught by Bruce Mielke, a former high school Industrial Arts instructor and technology trainer. His experience with house projects includes electrical, plumbing, woodworking, furniture repair, and carpentry tools and equipment. He is passionate about home repairs and enjoys helping others learn new skills.

Venue Details
St Paul Tool Library
755 Prior Avenue North, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55104, United States
The Minnesota Tool Library is a membership based non profit which offers members access to tools, workshop space, and community. By sharing access to tools, no one needs to own costly tools for occasional use. With MTL, we all have low-cost access to the tools we need, when we need them. Moreover, we engage the community to expand its collective skill set, helping each other to learn which tools to use for meaningful projects and connect with each other while doing it. Classes are vital to MTL’s mission. They open the doors to all to learn about different tools, how to handle them and empower community members to create projects of their own. You can read more about what we do on our website: www.mntoollibrary.org/