At The Art Room Ltd. Co., there's a class to fit every budding artist. Kids can stretch their creative muscles while making paper puppets and masks with crayons and glue, or learning to paint self-portraits. Instructor-led parties for adults, on the other hand, may involve painting more grownup projects such as coasters or wine glasses. On Thursday and Friday nights, BYOB sessions throw wine into the mix, letting adults paint in a relaxed environment. And for those looking for more structured art instruction, weekly classes for both kids and adults focus on topics such as painting techniques and which paints are not edible.
Pedal pushers can kick down their kickstands and stop at Cycle Logic Bike Shop to search for bike-friendly clothing and gear, bike-related accessories, or brand new bikes. Prep for the next mental race against other cycling commuters by loading up on gloves ($20+), bike jerseys ($50+), bike shoes ($70+), helmets ($40+), and seat bags ($18+). Cycle Logic stays stocked with all the tools to keep the wheels working, from hand pumps ($28+) to pedals ($14+), ensuring that rolling experiences are always as smooth as the wheel's inventor, Courey, intended them to be. Customers who choose to use their Groupon toward a new bike ($200+) will also get unlimited adjustments for the first year, plus an optional 40% trade up within two years of purchase.
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Armed with clay-crafting know-how, kilns for low- and high-fire finishing, and a team of notable, local ceramicists, Sunin Clay Studio founder Linda Pope oversees a pottery workshop designed with the layperson in mind. Anyone can drop in to pick up clay, rent studio time, or just bring their porcelain puppy in for a checkup. The core of the studio's services, however, lies in their beginner-friendly handbuilding and wheel-throwing classes. These four-week programs introduce progressively more advanced techniques, and the small class sizes allow students of vastly different skill levels to work alongside each other. Some special classes call on the specific schools of the potters-in-residence, such as Throwing Big and Tall—led by John Bogovich and aimed at assuaging a fear of attempting big projects—and the sculpting class, taught by talented 3-D portraitist Georgie Young. The fees for each of Sunin's classes cover all materials, including clays, glazes, and Stooge-insurance for the finished piece.