What to know and bring for our classes…

What to wear

Even though we in the Willamette Valley like to embrace every available ray of sun, please no open toed shoes in class. Something that won’t slip and that will protect your feet from any hot substances is preferable.

You may bring wine or beer to enjoy in any of our class. No hard alcohol please and ignore the envious stares of your class mates.

Sleeves that you can roll up or aren’t too baggy.

There may be things to take home with you in some of the classes, if you are traveling, you might want a small cooler. We would like to be a green company so if you are taking a class that is making dishes you should bring some containers to cart your loot back home.

That’s it! We will provide aprons, and other implements. You may want to bring a camera to document your beautiful creations


Sorry we no longer have a parking lot but will update this when that changes. There is  street parking on and around Russell most of it is 2 hours Monday-Friday and ends at 6pm. We are one block away from the Yellow Max Line Albina/Mississippi stop.

Cancellation Policy

Classes may be cancelled or transferred 48 hours prior to the date and time of class.  Please email or call us with your cancellation request no later than 48 hours from the time of the class as we purchase and plan according to specific head count on our rosters.  No call/no shows will not be eligible for refunds, transfer of class or credit for a future class.

Gift Certificates

Gift certificates will be mailed out to the address of your choosing (you will be prompted to choose an address upon ordering) within 1 business day of ordering.

Kids Under 12

Our “all ages” classes are open to 12 and under at a reduced price without a chaperon, however, be aware that it is a fast-paced three hour class that for the most part has adult participants. If you feel your child is comfortable within that social setting and learning environment enough to join class, it’s an option. You are also more than welcome to register for class with the child if you feel they might need more adult assistance.