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9/26 Seascape Window Workshop@Uno Pizzeria & Grill
Create something unique and stunning while enjoying great food and specialty cocktails! During this workshop, Seascape Creations artist Julie Gordon will help you design an 8x10 seascape window using sea glass, starfish, shells, sand dollars, and other beach-inspired treasures. Participants will take home their piece that night to be fused with Seascape Creation's Finishing Kit + Instructions (included). FAQ Do I need to bring a ticket? No paper necessary! We will check you and your guests in by name upon arrival. Will I learn how to do this on my own? The purpose of the workshop is to give you the supplies and instruction you need to design your own 8x10 seascape window. Due to special requirements, we cannot demonstrate or conduct fusing onsite. However, participants will take home a finishing kit and instructions that enable them to complete a finished piece. What if I don't want to fuse my own piece? Using our finishing kit, fusing is fun and easy. However, if you prefer not to fuse, we can take your piece back to our workshop and fuse for you. Pieces will be returned to the restaurant for pick up approximately 2 weeks later. What is provided? All supplies are provided. However, you are welcome to bring your own sea glass and beach treasures to personalize your creation. Can I bring my own frame? The 8x10 framesprovided are specially prepared for this process. As a result, we require that you use our frames for this workshop. Can I order food and drinks at the event?  UNO offers a full menu during the event and you are encouraged to get a bite to eat and have a drink while you create! What if I need to cancel? Can I get a refund? As space is limited and events often sell out, 48 hour notice is required in order to receive a refund. If you cancel less than 48 hours in advance of the event, we will issue you a credit toward a future workshop.  Can someone come in my place? Absolutely! There is no need to make any changes to your registration. Simply have your friend give your name upon check-in.   

When: Sep 26, 2016 7pm in Swampscott, MA


Thursday, September 29th 8AM - 10AM
Whole Foods Market Swampscott

Customers enjoy a free small coffee ‘on-the-house’

When: Sep 29, 2016 8am in Swampscott, MA

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When: Oct 26, 2016 8pm in Swampscott, MA
Cost: $40

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Billy Sweet Chimney Sweep - North Shore 
45 New Ocean St.
Swampscott, MA 01907

Billy Sweet Chimney Sweep is happy to serve out neighbors to the north on the North Shore. We have operated this location since 1997 and offer the same quality chimney sweeping services that the residents of Boston have come to trust. We are CSIA certified.
About Swampscott, MA
Swampscott Massachusetts is a small scenic seaside community located north of Boston and is home to a large number of commuters who board the train each morning from one of the last remaining Victorian style depots in the country.

There are actually many other interesting and historic buildings situated in Swampscott. They include Marian Court once known as White court which was the summer residence of Calvin A. Coolidge and a Georgian style town hall which was the former home of Elihu Thompson who was the founder of the General Electric Company.

Swampscott beaches attract visitors of all ages who enjoy their refreshing ocean breezes. Fisherman's Beach provides a picturesque view of Swampscott Harbor with its many brightly colored fishing vessels and pleasure boats. Swampscott is responsible for two major contributions to the fishing industry-the Swampscott dory and the lobster pot. These are both still used by fishermen world wide.