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Allison D.
Report | 6 days ago
Never got to go. Called the owner John to ask a question before booking & he was so belittling & rude, I decided not to support a business whose owner treats customers so poorly. Thankfully Groupon refunded me. Too bad, I was looking forward to it!
Karla D.
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Report | 15 days ago
Plan on having a great time!!
Bridget F.
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Report | 22 days ago
Go to hAve fun with a friend.
Kathleen C.
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Report | 22 days ago
Be sure to be on time!
Kim P.
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Report | 24 days ago
I loved this class. I have always loved watching glass blowers and was so excited to go to it. I would love to go to more classes!
S E.
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Report | 24 days ago
Very cool! Great for a 1st time date, couples outing, or an outing with friends.
Jenn L.
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Report | 25 days ago
Fun with a group, really enjoyed it! We will go again.
beverly m.
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Report | a month ago
the beginners' class was fun and informative. It shows that the class is two hours long but if you just do the one piece and you are first or second you could be finished by 6:30. But we stayed and did a second piece that was great and so ended up being finished at 8:00
Janice Y.
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Report | a month ago
Fun times. Artists are great!
Thom R.
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Report | a month ago
Great experience. I would highly recommend it. It was interesting, fun and the corny jokes weren't that corny =)
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Stained-glass murals, organically shaped bowls, and prismatic light shades are only some of the work done by Circle 6 Studios? practicing artists, who share their glass-working expertise and aesthetic range through their art gallery and classes. Students in some workshops express themselves by applying and melting color and then shaping the molten glass into a finished piece. During skill-based workshops, students focus on a single process, diving into one fundamental topic such as learning to apply color to a polished piece.

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