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:
• $75 ($180 value) for a one-hour glassblowing class for two
• $45 ($90 value) for a one-hour glassblowing class for one
• $150 ($390 value) for a three-hour glassblowing class for two
• $95 ($195 value) for a three-hour glassblowing class for one
• $50 ($160 value) for a one-hour jewelry class for two
• $30 ($80 value) for a one-hour jewelry class for one
"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
In the one-hour glassblowing class, you'll create a paperweight or ornament.
In the three-hour glassblowing class, you'll craft a vase, plate, bowl, or paperweight.
In the glass-fusing jewelry class, you'll make your own glass pendant, earring set, or ring.
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Luke Adams Glass
Glassblowing or Jewelry Class for One or Two
- from $75