1/7/15 – Updated for 2015
Are you interested in building a tiny house but aren’t sure where to start? With so many do-it-yourselfers out there anxious to build a tiny house it makes sense to get a little education before you build a home to live in. Below you’ll find an updated list of workshops around the country.
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Orlando FL – January 31-February 1
Colorado Springs CO – February 7-8, 2015
Washington DC – February 28- March 1
Philadelphia, PA September 19-20
About the Tumbleweed “Dream Big Live Tiny” Workshop
Do you dream of building your own tiny home, simplifying your life and freeing yourself from hefty financial commitments? But you’re not sure how or even where to start. Not to worry, now we can teach you…at a workshop near you!
Tumbleweed’s 2-day workshop is packed with all the insightful and extensive information you’ll need to design and build your very own tiny home—setting you on a path to a simplified, environmentally-friendly, economically-balanced life-style.
Skillfully presented by actual Tumbleweed home owners/builders—who happily share their stories and experiences on subjects such as choosing the appropriate trailer base, selecting green materials, and the importance of using the right tools etc.—these workshops cover every aspect of tiny house building and living.
You’ll be provided with comprehensive, detailed information on tiny home building that you can’t learn anywhere else—and you’ll get to meet many other like-minded people in a fun and engaging setting.
So join us at an up-coming Tumbleweed Workshop and start redesigning your life. We look forward to seeing you there!
What people are saying
“I bought plans, went to a workshop with my dad, bought a trailer the next week, and started in September with no idea what I was doing. Little Yellow is the embodiment of all that I hold dear.”
“I can’t tell you enough how helpful it is to attend a workshop presented by someone who has actually built a Tumbleweed house….and [it’s] a great opportunity to meet like-minded people.”