If you are worried about being around others make Neighborhood Clay your place to play with family and friends of all ages. We are comfortably air conditioned and would love for you to join us. Parties can include throwing on the wheel, a hand building project like making a mug or if you prefer to not get muddy we also have paint your own pottery.
How to Stay Healthy at Neighborhood Clay
The summer of 2020 is like no other. After a 3 month long shut down, I am just reopening Neighborhood Clay. I am really looking forward to having students young and old in my studio again. In order to keep us all healthy I am following the rules outlined by the Maine CDC. If you are from out of state, please make sure that you have followed the guidelines set by the state to be engaging in public activity.
I will be offering summer classes for adults and kids, I am asking parents to drop students off at the door and to avoid coming in. All students are asked to wash their hands upon arrival and to try to keep a mask on the entire class. I will do the same. Please do not come to class if you or an immediate family member is sick (cough, runny nose and/or fever). I will keep a list of all students in class in case we experience any sicknesses families should be made aware of.