Class Date:February 12th
Class time: 10:30-12:30
Age group: Adults (14 and up; 11-13 with adult registration)
Fee: $82 - General Public | $76 WRHS members
Registration closes: 5 days before workshop date
Explore the magic of forming molten glass into a beautiful work of art! This experience is facilitated by Hale Farm’s glassblower; no experience is necessary. Participants will be able to choose to create a glass swirl paperweight or glass flower. You will pick your colors and create your own design.
Students should dress in casual, comfortable clothing, suitable for the weather. Long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes are required. Finished items will be available for pick-up at the MarketPlace in the Gatehouse visitor center after cooling time, guests will be called and or emailed when item is available for pick up.
Hale Farm & Village is committed to the health and safety of our guests, staff and volunteers. Face coverings and social distancing is required for this workshop. Workshop glass items will be limited to the safest products to produce.
Western Reserve Historical Society’s reopening playbook, the Restart Plan, has been developed in close consultation with legal counsel, arts and culture leaders, and following guidance from local health experts, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and Ohio’s Responsible Restart Ohio guidance for Consumer, Retail, Services and Entertainment. Our plan includes requirements for face coverings for employees and visitors, increased access to sanitizing stations, enhanced cleaning protocols, physical distancing signage, and more.