Community Event: Christmas Ornament Workshop, Morristown

  • Posted on December 17th, 2018
  • by Turpin Real Estate
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Still looking for the perfect gift for that special someone? Or maybe you’d like a unique way to treat for yourself? Visit the Morris County School of Glass at 89 Whippany Road in Morristown this Saturday to participate in a Christmas Ornament Workshop. Beginners age 8 and up (with a guardian) will make at least one colorful ornament. Each person will play with molten glass during this 30 minute, hands-on seasonal introduction to glass blowing.

The workshops take place from 10am to 5pm in half-hour increments throughout the day. Cost is $65 per person. For more information about signing up, registering a group or arranging a private lesson, email michelle@mcsog.com. or visit the link provided here.

The Morris County School of Glass is a public access glass blowing school, studio and gallery providing access to art of glass through classes, demonstrations and events.

MCSOG aims to enrich the local art and culture scene of Morris County and beyond by fostering an appreciation of glass making in a hands-on fun in an excitingly creative way for students of all ages, experiences and background’s.

A changing calendar offers glass blowing classes, workshops, private lessons, group lessons (like team building events or parties), as well as artist’s demonstrations, seasonal activities, studio rentals and other glass experiences. The gallery features works of various renowned artists as well as some antiques, posters, gifts and other fine crafts.

Living near creative hubs like Morristown appeals to residents of this popular town. For information about living in Morristown, luxury real estate in Morris County or luxury homes for sale in Morristown, contact Turpin Real Estate at 877-788-7746

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