SUGARHOUSE CERAMIC CO.

HEIRLOOM ORNAMENT MAKING WORKSHOP | November 9 • 12-3PM

$95

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November 9: 12-3pm

This Hand-Building Pottery Workshop is for beginners & experienced potters alike. Students will spend the afternoon crafting their very own Christmas ornaments for their trees or for one-of-a-kind gifting. Learn the basics of hand-building ornaments and make a variety of Sugarhouse-inspired heirloom ceramic ornaments to bring home.

Students can pick up completed work after final kiln firings during our regular business hours. (Thursday through Saturday 12-5), or if from out of town, we're happy to mail completed pieces for an additional fee.

 

SUGARHOUSE CLASS FAQ

What should I wear?

You can wear anything you like that's comfy or fancy, your call. If you're worried about getting your clothes dirty, feel free to bring an apron but clay is easily washable.

Is there anything I need to do to prepare?

Come with a good attitude and maybe a notebook & something to write with if you're a note-taker. And if you'd like to bring one or two of your favourite cookie cutters to make clay ornaments from, feel free!

Is there an age requirement?

This class is intended for independent adults. Anyone over the age of 14 is welcome.

Is your teaching space accessible?

It is! There is a handicap button at the front entrance door and a ramp to the elevator which takes you right down to our studio in the basement. We're happy to make any accommodations that you may need, and we also have a wheelchair accessible restroom in the building.

What happens if I am unable to attend a workshop I paid for?

Please choose your classes with care. We are unable to offer refunds for non-attendance, as we carefully purchase supplies, and plan ahead for classes to proceed with an exact number of enrolled students. If you cancel with enough notice & we fill your slot we may be prepared to offer a refund but if a class proceeds with a missing slot you will be financially responsible for the slot you committed to.

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