Time Out says
Aspiring ceramicists can get their hands dirty by molding clay into a bowl, a mug, a plate or even a sculpture; the kids can pick up their masterpieces three weeks later, after the BrickHouse staff has glazed and fired the raw clay. While you must provide refreshments during the two- hour session, all other materials and fees, like for the kiln, are included in the plan. Ages 10 and up.
10-34 44th Drive
Long Island City
|Cross street:||Between 11th & 10th Streets at the blue banner|
|Price:||Fri evenings; Sat, Sun afternoons and evenings. $45/child (ages 8 and up), wheel- throwing $65/child (ages 10 and up), maximum 12 children|