Kid's night out! is for children ages 8 years & older.
No Parents allowed! ;)
Could this be a parent's date night, too? It sounds like it could be me ;)
9/8 Halloween town
Drop off: 5:45 pm. Pick up: 850-905pm
How it works:
1) When kids arrive they are to wash hands, pick a piece to paint, then grab a seat for dinner and the movie.
2) Parents pay for the ceramic piece, head out for their own fun, and return to claim their lil humans.
3) After dinner; clear trash, wash hands, pick paint and brushes and return to their seat.
4) Let's have some fun and get paint'in!
5) 840pm: Finish up. Clean up and wait in our seats for pick up. *Pieces painted tonight will be ready in 14 days (6/20/22)
! The cost of pottery is not included in the ticket but is 10% off!
Just Kiln Me Now welcomes Girl Scouts and Boy Scout Troops! Reserve time in the studio to host your next troop outing. Our team can provide some history about clay, painting pottery, and the firing process. Scouts can hand-build in clay and paint a masterpiece for a great learning experience. Call 575.214.4429 or email email@example.com to schedule an event for scouts to earn their badges! We will be adding a few Girl Scout specific items to our shelf. See pictures below.
Just Kiln Me Now, LLC welcomes Home School events. Reserve time in the studio to host your next field trip, after-school program, or art club. Our team can provide some history about clay, painting pottery, and the firing process. Also, we are the perfect location for messy school projects (ex: science projects). Each student can hand build in clay and paint their own masterpiece. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and Call 575.214.4429 to schedule your visit/tour for your students!
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