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Sip & Stroke - Ellard

$17.50 for a Three-Hour Kids' Camp Art Class at Sip & Stroke ($35 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Aug 2nd, 2013.
  • Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Valid only for regularly scheduled classes; not valid for special workshops. Not associated with Sips and Strokes -- this is a different business.
  • See the rules that apply to all deals.

Questions and Answers 11 questions

Commonly Asked Questions

Q:

If you buy two of these, can you use them to do the "mom and me" class offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2PM?

wendi a.  asked on  May 24, 2013

A:

This offer does not include the "Mom and me" sessions. The classes are for kids only.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 24, 2013

More Questions and Answers

Q:

Are there many 10 year olds,what is the average age?

marcy m.  asked on  May 26, 2013

A:

Please contact the business directly at (770) 641-9833 for further information on this.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 30, 2013

Q:

So by buying the class price of $17.50, can my child attend from June 3-August 2 with out any other fees applied?

Gloria M.  asked on  May 25, 2013

A:

Yes, the Groupon is valid for one 3 hour class during that time.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 30, 2013

Q:

Do you offer a variety of art each day (ie: clay, painting, beads, etc.) or is it different art each day per your schedule?

Hannah S.  asked on  May 28, 2013

A:

Please click here to see what they offer for each day.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 30, 2013

Q:

My daughter is 12 do you think this would be too "little" for her or do you think it would be age appropriate?

DIANA H.  asked on  May 28, 2013

A:

6-10 are the appropriate ages.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 29, 2013

Q:

I noticed on 'The Fine Print' this is not associated with the 'Sips and Strokes'. I am not understanding, so where is this location for the Groupon I purchased for $17.50 for the three hour class?

Amy  asked on  May 28, 2013

A:

Sorry for the confusion. They are located at 8465 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Suite 150.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 29, 2013

Q:

My daughter is 5 - she will be 6 in November. I saw the question above asking if a 5 yr old could attend and the reply. I think my daughter would have no problem keeping up with a "typical 6 yr old". If I bought the deal, I am wondering if she would be able to use it or if she would be denied. Thank you

debra v.  asked on  May 26, 2013

A:

She's almost 6. She should be fine.

Sip a.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 26, 2013

Q:

My son is 9. Will he be the only boy there. The cover pic in your ad shows girls only.

Meghana N.  asked on  May 25, 2013

A:

It is unlikely. Our camps are open to both boys and girls. Certain days do seem to attract more girls. If you want to make sure there are boys on that day, why not encourage some of his friends to sign up as well.

Sip a.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 25, 2013

Q:

So by buying the class price of $17.50, can my child attend from June 3-August 2 with any other fees applied?

Gloria M.  asked on  May 25, 2013

A:

$17.50 is the price for one day. You can choose that day between June 3 and August 2. Class sizes are limited, so make sure to sign up early. The only additional fee that may be incurred would be for clay projects completed on Mondays. Your price includes the first firing. Pieces can be left as is or finished at home with craft paints. If you choose to finish with glazes in our studio requiring an additional firing there will be an additional charge of $5.00/per piece.

Sip a.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 25, 2013

Q:

How long will children get to eat their lunches?

Connie T.  asked on  May 24, 2013

A:

Usually a 20 minutes to a half hour.

Sip a.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 25, 2013

Q:

My daughter is 5, can she attend?

Shiron D.  asked on  May 24, 2013

A:

Sorry, you have to be six and up.

tony R.  from  Groupon  replied on  May 24, 2013

A:

Our projects are designed with ages 6 and above. We trust Mom's to know their children better than us. Do you believe your child advanced enough to keep up with the typical 6 year old?

Sip a.  from  Merchant  replied on  May 24, 2013

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