Its the END of School!

June 22, 2015

This week is the last week of school for most kids in Ontario. We have our Afterschool Program Kid's end of year show on Tuesday (tomorrow) from 4:30-7pm. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. Feel free to come in and check out the work (some of its amazing!). Our favorites are below. We also have our last P.A. Day camp for this school year on Friday (26th). Sign up online here or give us a call. We still have limited spaces available in most of summer camps too! P.A. Day Camp sign up here Summer Camp details here.   "Toothless" by Zhenzhen              Vase by Brendan       Panda Glass/Clay Fusion by Emily       Warhol...

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Father's Day is Almost here....

June 19, 2015

Well, this Sunday is Fathers Day (June 21st for those of you behind on these matters). We've had so many of you already come in and make your gifts for this super hero in your life including several kindergarden classes in Richmond Hill and as far away as Woodbridge (they were some amazing students!). If you're behind on getting a gift ready, today is officially the last day for a fired arts gift. If you finish creating today by 7pm, flat glass items will be ready for pick up tomorrow and shaped glass or pottery items will be ready first thing Sunday morning. These dates are also dependant on what we can fit in the kiln, so its first come...

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New Video Techniques Page

March 31, 2015

We thought we would kick off our first blog post with our most exciting news yet. While we know we haven't really been on top of all the new and improved aspects of social media and technology (at least for everything that doesn't relate to our kilns) but we are starting to catch up, and have realized how much FUN it is! We have finally added technique videos on our website. There are only a few, but they will be expanded upon shortly. Whether you choose to use the videos to try something at home, or just get some knowledge before coming in store, we hope you get good use from them. Here are the first 2:

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