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Luke Adams Glass
Craft an Eye-Catching Vase Solo or with a Partner
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You burned more than a few bridges in your book club, and scrapbooking has started to lose its appeal. If you're hobby-hunting, look no further than Luke Adams Glass in Norwood:
• $45 (regularly $90) for a one-hour glass blowing class for one
• $80 (regularly $180) for a one-hour glass blowing class for two
• $95 (regularly $190) for a three-hour glass blowing class for one
• $150 (regularly $380) for a three-hour glass blowing class for two
"You walk right into this live artist studio with several glass makers standing in front of the roaring ovens where they mold and make these beautiful objects of art made from glass." - Patch.com
Ready, Set, Blow
After a carefully explained demonstration, you'll learn how to craft a brilliant, glass-blown vase, plate, bowl, or paperweight during this three-hour course. Select a session during the week -- or on the weekend -- and be sure to come equipped with sunglasses, close-toed footwear, and cotton clothing.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON March 23, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON November 5, 2013