"Are you blowing glass today?"
Is a very common question we get over the phone as we are holding 2,100 degrees of molten glass 2 feet away from our face.
We politely say "Yes!" and do our best to answer your questions.
Therefore...we thought it best to create a section of information for you, to answer any of your immediate questions:
"WHEN IS YOUR NEXT PAPERWEIGHT CLASS?"
Please know once these events are announced it fills up within a number of hours.
When you join our emailing list, PLEASE double check your spam folder, we don’t meant to end up there but we sometimes do!
We do not allow early bird sign ups or reservations for these events.
This would be unfair to people who were patiently waiting for the class announcement.
"Can we just walk in?"
Absolutely! During normal business hours.
You're best bet to catch any of the fun is between these times:
Monday- Friday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
You are more than welcome to watch, interact, shop, take pictures, and cheer us on!
" I have a large group of people,
and we want to come to your studio. "
There are formal scheduled demonstrations that are 100% free. This is where scheduled groups come to watch and learn with us
for about an hour.
We speak one on one with everyone and explain to the group about
the history of the ancient art of glass blowing.
We also make small to large pieces for everyone to see.
You are more than welcome to take pictures, ask questions,
and shop the gallery too!
We suggest to call us first to check available dates,
before you all pick a favorite day to schedule with us.
(Best to schedule with us 7 days in advance for groups over 5 people.)
We can accommodate folks in wheelchairs, we ask limit it to 2 per group.
Sorry, but no one currently receiving oxygen therapy is allowed in our studio
as this is a hazard in our environment.
"can you incorporate ashes into your pieces?"
If you are looking for a memorial glass piece for your furry friend, please call the studio directly at: 517-655-4000 during business hours.
We will put you in touch with a close friend of ours who works for the Animal Placement Bureau incorporating ashes into glass art such as a heart, or a small paperweight.
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