Sunday, December 1, 2013

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Monday, November 18, 2013

Siren News - November 17, 2013

Siren Queen Joy's beloved fairy god daughter Gabi Sakura fills in last minute to deliver this week's Siren News... adorably!


Siren News - November 10, 2013

Irresistibly enchanting siren Christina delivers the Siren News beautifully, as always xoxo


Sunday, November 10, 2013

Christmas Cash

Is your pocketbook starting to feel a little tight this time of year? Could you use a few extra dollars to add to the happiness of your holidays? Siren School has a super simple solution. When you share our festive offerings with others via social media or word of mouth we’ll thank you in cash, or if you prefer, double the cash value in PLUNDER student reward ducats. All referrals that result in a purchase boast a 20% cash commission

Example: if you share our magazine with someone who signs up for a $24.95 annual subscription as a result of your referral, you’d earn $5 or 1000 ducats. 

So start sharing like the dickens, and make sure to tell your friends to mention you sent them!

Referral Bonuses Opportunities:
  • La Vie Sirene magazine subscription ($1-5 per referral)
  • La Vie Sirene magazine advertisement ($4-100 per referral)
  • Mythic Adventure weekend event registration ($50-90 per referral, paid after the cancellation period)
  • Siren School online class or workshop registration ($5-25 per referral, paid after the cancellation period)
  • Cup of Mystery tea party games ($2-5 per referral)
  • Siren School Student annual enrollment ($5 per referral)

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Siren Newscast - week ending Sept 22, 2013

This week's gnuscaster is the tiara-wearing Bonnie Ramsburg!



Creator of the illustrious flag for The Siren Queen pirate ship

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013

Designed to bless

Siren School is equally grateful and proud to announce its first official fundraiser for The Untouched —our nonprofit benefitting women who've experienced domestic abuse.  We now have a Cafepress shop with oodles of of sireny merchandise, including original designs created by members of our siren community.

So now you can wear your Siren School colors with renewed pride, knowing you've helped a siren sister in the process.

See more of Sanndi's mystical expressions on her Sanndi Arts site
&
read Bonnie's short stories in La Vie Sirene magazine




Sunday, September 8, 2013

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Cup of Mystery - NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH

Saturday - Oct 11, 2014 - 4pm PST /
7pm EST 

A ladies' social group reveals what's behind their smiles and carefully crafted personas. The claws come out, and so does the truth!

Play a part or even play dead in this heinous whodunit, all from the comfort of your own armchair.

BYO tea & treats to this mystery game played as an interactive videochat via Google+ Hangouts. Depending on the garrulousness of our detectives, this virtual event should last 1-1.5 hours.

"It's so fun to see who-done-it. Especially if it's me!" 
G. Poveda

$9.95 per player



Friday, August 30, 2013

Social Charms & Graces and HospitaliTea classes

Ever wondered how to really set a table?  What utensil is used for what?  
How to brew a proper pot of tea?  Or how to keep your tea sandwiches moist?  
Siren School takes the guesswork out of these global issues with an online workshop, offered in two segments. You may sign up for just one, or both at a discount, April 12 & 13, 2014

Saturday
10am-12:30pm PDT / 1-3:30pm EDT
A comprehensive social etiquette course covering everything from the basics to the bewildering. Open to all levels of experience and expertise.
  • On Record - brief Intro & history
  • Charmed, I'm Sure - introductions, etiquette essentials & evolution, manners & womanners, small talk
  • ...And Chew Gum - multitasking, elocution, posture, focus
  • Out and About - phones, restaurants, theater, sporting events, theme parks, shopping, tipping
  • Consequences - social media (including reviews), behavior at the office, with philanthropies, the neighbors, extended family
  • Be a Guest - whether just for dinner... or for days on end
  • includes interactive lunch break online to illustrate table manners and how to deal with problematic foods

Sunday
10am-12:30pm PDT / 1-3:30pm EDT
We'll conduct a hefty amount of mythbusting during this session, as well as arm you with foolproof tips to make your next tea party easy, breezy and relaxing
  • Tea terminology 101
  • Practical how-to's
  • Planning your tea party
  • Coming up with your menu
  • Designing the party space
  • Executing the affair
  • includes interactive tea break to illustrate the proper way of handling tea foods, cups, pots, accoutrements, etc

Class cost $25 per session or $40 for both
Options



GentiliTea in Victoria, BC 2014

Click here to visit our 2014 Victorian GentiliTea experience site, with oodles more details and images

Oh, Canada! A gracious weekend spent sipping & sampling the Victorian era in the regal beauty of Victoria, BC

Whether taking tea or taking in the natural wonder of Butchart Gardens, this glimpse of the queen's North American empire will leave you sated and serene. Join us for a weekend of gentilitea
April 25-28, 2014.

Weekend includes 3 nights accommodations, tea at both the Empress Hotel and Butchart Gardens as well as entrance to the gardens and shuttle service there, and Siren School activities. Optional extras listed in pale italics, *indicates additional fee.


Friday 
  • 8pm - How do you do - After making the acquaintance of our fellow participants, we'll take in the harbor lights as we amble over to Ca Va Bistro Moderne for a light *no-host repast. While there, we'll savor some introductory facts and tidbits about the queen's empire in the 19th century 

Saturday 
  • 8am - *Breakfast at the delightful Blue Fox 
  • 9:30am - The life Victorian - customs, courtesies, comestibles, couture and more
  • 11am - Elevenses snack break 
  • 11:30am - Speaking the Unspoken - Learn the language of the fan, womanly wiles and the meaning of flowers.  Includes a pressed flower fan craft
  • 1pm - Tea Luncheon - at the Empress, the most revered tea service in North America. 
  • 2:30pm - What better place to walk off our exquisite afternoon tea than at a castle, specifically, the nearby Craigdarroch Castle museum home. *$13.75
  • 4-6pm - Afternoon Respite - Back at the hotel enjoy some relaxing personal time napping, or with these soothing options:
    • Empress Willow Stream spa
    • A Dickens of a tale - listen to short story excerpts from the greatest novelist in England's history as you do some needlework or just listen and chuckle along
    • *Harbor-side horse-drawn carriage ride
  • 7pm - *No-host sunset supper at the hotel's famed Veranda, overlooking the Inner Harbor
  • 8:30 - While away the evening's waning hours with Victorian board games in the lobby, or enjoy that new fad 'jazz' in the hotel's lounge

Sunday
  • 8am - Continental Breakfast onsite 
  • 9am - Busy Hands, Nimble Fingers - Engage in your Victorian craft of choice: punch paper embroidery, pomander, petite reticule purse, ribbon & lace pincushion, handkerchief doll or sachet
  • 10:30am - Elevenses, a tad early 
  • 11:00am - We are amused - We'll delve into the world of entertainments and amusements popular at the time, including some background on the chaps who've supplied the weekend's soundtrack, Sirs Gilbert & Sullivan 
  • 12noon - Garden Tour & Tea at the breathtaking Buthchart Gardens 
  • 3pm - Croquet at the Happy Lavender Croquet Club
  • 4-6pm - Afternoon Respite - Back to the hotel for another relaxing afternoon. If your wanderlust draws you outside again, consider these sightseeing options:
    • Take this last chance to take in the town, in this case, the area's bustling Chinatown
    • Tour the prestigious Parliament Buildings
  • 7pm - *No-host fine dining at the hotel's picturesque Empress Room
  • 8:30 - Join in the wholesome fun of Victorian parlour games in the lobby as we revel to the tunes that were all the rage, especially in the Gay 90's 

Monday
  • 9am - A fine fare thee well. We'll wave our embroidered handkerchiefs as we bid bon voyage to one another over a *no-host breakfast and last visit to the Empress Room

Dainty Details
  • Weekend (3 nights) begins at $625 per person
  • a deposit of $250 holds your spot with Siren School
  • Thereafter, should you need to forego your participation, your deposit is fully refundable up until 01/25/14 or if the event is cancelled; 50% refundable up until 03/11/14; and non-refundable thereafter
  • Room costs are based on double occupancy per rates effective 09/01/14. If you choose to room with a non-participating friend or family member, they will be expected to arrange for their own fun & activities during Siren School sessions
  • Itinerary may change based on weather and other unforeseeable circumstances



If you'd like to court us online, perambulate over to our Facebook page.

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Unflappables

Flappers—1920's Jazz Babies

Zelda Fitzgerald, personification of the Lost Generation

     Flapper in the 1920s was a term applied to a "new breed" of young Western women who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. Flappers were seen as brash for wearing excessive makeup, drinking, treating sex in a casual manner, smoking, driving automobiles and otherwise flouting social and sexual norms. Flappers had their origins in the period of Liberalism, social and political turbulence and increased transatlantic cultural exchange that followed the end of World War I, as well as the export of American jazz culture to Europe.
[source: Wikipedia]





Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Course Archives

Yes, Siren School really is a school. 
No, probably not like the kind you're used to.
Our curriculum centers around topics of interest to sirens.  These include female archetypes, exotic locales, food, fantasy, fashion, fitness.... After all, isn't that what everyone's interested in?

By student request, we are now beginning to catalogue past themes posted on our social media pages, beginning with those we didn't even realize we were featuring.  We have around 100 albums so we'll add to this list little by little each week, most likely while watching past seasons of Game of Thrones.  There's a good chance the list will be up-to-date by season 4.

If you'd like to see your topic of choice showcased, just put a bee in our bonnet by emailing us at LecoleSirene@gmail.com.

INFORMATIONALS:

'Crunch in the Mouth' - the French tower of cream puffs known as the Croquembouche

The Bard's Babes - Women in Shakespeare

Bollywood & Aishwarya Rai - The Hindi cinema, at its best

Faebled Lands - From whence hail fairy tales


Flames of Passion - Flamenco & Spain


A Genie's Dream - the pleasant side of the djinn

芸者 - Japanese geisha, geiko & maiko

Mais Ouis, You Can-Can - Moulin Rouge, France

Les Precieuses - Fairy tale fashions

The Unflappables - 1920s Jazz babies i.e. flappers

Venezia - a taste of Venice, Italy, including Carnivale & courtesans


MISC. ALBUMS

Bento Bonanza - bento box and lunch art

Dolmabahce Palace, Turkey

Java Art - barista coffee & foam creations

San Simeon - Hearst Castle

Vintage Cosmo Covers - Cosmopolitan magazine

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Shine on!

Siren School was included at the top of Yahoo Shine's video segment, Live out your childhood dreams at summer camps made for grown-ups. The piece covered everything from Equestrian Camp to ...well, us!

Senior Editor Piper Weiss said that we enable you sirens to "live out your fairy tale dreams." ... I can live with that *wink*

Thank you, Shine ladies!

#Yahoo #Shine #Camp #Fairytale #Fairy #Tale #Mermaid #Adult

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Magical Mermaid Cruise

Beloved Mermaid Shelly 
formerly of Shelly's Grotto & Shelltail Labs
Click here for our Atlantic Mermaid Cruise & dolphin swim 

Click here for our Pacific Paradise Full Immersion Mermaid Camp

Click here for Kid's Camp

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[updated 15 July 2015]


Monday, April 15, 2013

Mermaid Tail Tutorial & cruise prep

5 week interactive online workshop with Youtube replay 

Prepare to take to the seas in style at this prep class in anticipation of our July 12 & September 20, 2013 Mermaid Cruises to the Bahamas. 

Online event is held: 
  • Wednesdays, June 12 - July 10 at 7pm EDT
  • Tuesdays, August 13 - September 10 at 7pm EDT  

Cost is $25 and is refundable up until 3 days prior to first class.  During the series you will have the thrill of doing the following:
  • Seen & Heard - the first 8 participants to sign up for our workshop will get to interact LIVE on camera, via  our Google+ hangout event
  • My First Tail - If you don't have a mertail, this is your chance to make your own! Don't sew? Don't worry. We will be offering a non-sewing option, as well as a 'walkable' version
  • Full Regalia - Get a jumpstart on the accessory embellishment crafts we offer during the cruise by choosing and assembling what you want to work before we set sail
  • Look Mervelous - Our cruise will include a mer makeup and hair tutorial session. Decide on your look now and start gathering the beautification goodies you will want to use for our informal photoshoots
  • Salutations - You'll have the opportunity to get to know your cruise companions prior to embarking. This will enrich your experience on the high seas immeasurably

$25 Registration for this class closes 7 days prior to first session



Friday, April 12, 2013

Mermaid Tail Tutorial & Pacific getaway weekend prep

5 session interactive online workshop with Youtube replay —

Prepare to take to the seas in style at this prep class in anticipation of our August 21, 2013 Pacific Paradise mermaid experience in SoCal. Online event to be held Tuesdays, July 2-30 at 7pm PDT.

Cost is $25 and is refundable up until 3 days prior to first class.  During the series you will have the thrill of doing the following:
  • Seen & Heard - the first 8 participants to sign up for our workshop will get to interact LIVE on camera, via  our Google+ hangout event
  • My First Tail - If you don't have a mertail, this is your chance to make your own! Don't sew? Don't worry. We will be offering a non-sewing option, as well as a 'walkable' version
  • Full Regalia - Get a jumpstart on the accessory embellishment crafts we offer during the cruise by choosing and assembling what you want to work before we set sail
  • Look Mervelous - Our cruise will include a mer makeup and hair tutorial session. Decide on your look now and start gathering the beautification goodies you will want to use for our informal photoshoots
  • Salutations - You'll have the opportunity to get to know your cruise companions prior to embarking. This will enrich your experience on the high seas immeasurably

$25 Registration for this class closes June 01 at 5pm PDT




Thursday, April 11, 2013

Red Herring - superspy mystery weekend

Cold War - Hot Spies

Something's fishy in the world of international espionage

Intrigue abounds when the world's top spies converge aboard a luxury oceanliner in search of microfilm stolen from the UN. Join the super sophisticated set Aug 9-11 on the opulent Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA in the race to solve this case riddled with double agents, double talk and the occasional double entendre. You're sure to be stirred and possibly shaken

Our weekend includes 3 options for participation: 
  • 3rd class - Play it cool as a casual observe at our dangerous dinner on Saturday night - price starts at $60
  • 2nd class - Go deeper into the story with opportunities to drop & divulge clues. This level includes a clue & cocktail party before Saturday's dinner, accommodations Saturday night, and the ship's internationally famous brunch with backstory resolution Sunday morning - price starts at $265
  • 1st class - Go deeper undercover with additional clues and character interaction. Includes 2nd degree activities plus opportunities to play key parts in the story's unfoldment, an hors d'oeuvres & scandals reception Friday night, accommodations Friday night, and a backstory breakfast Saturday morning - price starts at $380
Optional extras in pale italics, *indicates additional fee. (See cost breakdown near bottom of page.)

Fri 08/09 (1st class guests welcome)
  • 3pm - Check-in at our floating resort for the weekend, The Queen Mary 
  • 8pm - Who's who & what do they want - Get acquainted with your fellow upper crust passengers, over hearty hor s'oeuvres on deck. Here you'll get your first taste, not only of luxury, but of what goes on behind the scenes and where personal loyalties lay. Not everyone is as they seem
  • 9pm - On the QT - Be the first to intercept secret communiques from the opposing super powers vying for control of the microfilm

Sat 08/10 
  • 9am - They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Join us at the Promenade Cafe for a repast that may prove very enlightening. (1st class guests welcome)
  • 10am-6pm - Free time Options - While away your day with any number of activities. We've suggested an option or two for those 1st class guests determined to stay a step ahead of the cutthroat competition  
    • Self-guided audio tours available 10am-5:30pm 
    • Tour the adjoining *Scorpion Submarine... if you dare $12 (See welcome packet for details)
    • 3-4:30pm - In the tradition of MI6, join us for *afternoon tea in the ship's elegant new tea room
    • Avail yourself of the ship's spa services,  fitness center and boutique shopping
    • Or just enjoy some relaxing quiet time    
  • 5-5:30pm - Crack the Code - Learn the basics of Morse Code, once the standard of stealthy communication
  • 6-7pm - Poker Face - What would a sophisticated spy story be without a high stakes poker game? Test your coolness and composure as you bet obscene amounts of cash and possessions in the most ridiculous card game afloat
  • 6:30-7:30pm - Killer cocktails, conversation.. and clues on deck (1st & 2nd class guests welcome)
  • 7:30pm - Double-edged dining - the weekend's main event. It's spy versus spy when all involved face off in a last ditch effort to procure the microfilm.  Identities and motives are revealed, for better or worse. (All event guests welcome)
  • 9:30pm - Top off the evening with a nightcap at the ship's historic *Observation Bar

Sun 08/11
  • 9:30am - Final resolution to the weekend's affairs while relishing the ship's resplendent brunch buffet (1st & 2nd class guests welcome.)

Costs based on rates as of 04-01-13, *indicates an additional optional cost 
  • Siren School activities - $30-100, depending on level of participation 
  • Accommodations - $150 starting price per night
  • Onsite meals - $30-100, included depending on level of participation
  • Tours - included depending on level of participation
  • *Tours
  • *Additional meals - market price
  • Spa services - market price
  • *Transportation to and from town, including air fare, if applicable

Dutiful Details
  • A deposit of $60 holds your spot with Siren School. It is refundable within 72 hours of purchase or if the event is cancelled. If for any reason you are unable to participate in the event after the 3 day cancellation period, you may transfer the deposit to another party who would like to participate, or you may consider the deposit as a gracious donation to Siren School's scholarship fund
  • A minimum of 10 participants is needed to ensure event fulfillment. Alas, events with fewer than 10 guests will be cancelled or postponed, and deposists refunded
  • Rates may increase between the time this was written and the time you decide to book. Be prepared, lest you be disappointed
  • Itinerary may change slightly based on weather & availability, but is not likely
  • Accommodation costs are based on double occupancy
  • Neither Siren School, its principals nor affiliates shall be held responsible for any damage or loss of property, funds paid to 3rd parties, life, pride, nor any ickiness of any kind that participant may have experienced or will ever experience -- period

Take a risk, make your non-refundable deposit today 
$60 


A Matter of Class



Note, this is a family program, best enjoyed by those ages 12 and up. $40 for children (age 11 & under)


If you'd like to hobnob with us online, please find us on our Facebook page.  

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Pirate Garb & Gear workshop and cruise prep

4 week interactive online workshop with Youtube replay —


Prepare to take to the seas in style at this prep class in anticipation of our Labor Day weekend Pirates Caribbean Cruise. Online event is held Saturdays, Aug 3-24 at 10am EDT.  Cost is $20 and is refundable up until 3 days prior to first class.  During the series you will have the thrill of doing the following:
  • Seen & Heard - the first 8 participants to sign up for our workshop will get to interact LIVE on camera, via Google+
  • Planned Piracy - Before diving into the crafty sea, we will start by fleshing out the particulars of your pirate persona to determine your habiliment and accoutrement needs. Be prepared to have a budget in mind
  • One Shot - Most of our siren school weekend getaways include some relaxing themed craft time.  But the Pirate Cruise is not 'most' of our events.  That said, this course will serve as the crafty portion of the affair.... unless you count the craftiness and cunning needed to get your hands on the booty buried in Cozumel  
  • With a flourish - From plumage to cleavage, we'll discuss cheap & easy options for embellishing what you've got
  • Head to Toe - Once you have a fetching ensemble in the works you'll want to finish it off with proper buccaneer footwear, fabulous hair & even cosmetics
  • Parlez - You'll have the opportunity to get to know your cruise companions prior to embarking. This will enrich your experience on the high seas immeasurably

$20 Registration for this class closes July 27 at 5pm EDT




Friday, April 5, 2013

On the Double - WWII mystery on the Queen Mary 2013

Crossings can be murder!

It's the late 1940's and the Allies have secured surrender in both theaters. The Queen Mary luxury liner, turned Grey Ghost troop transport, has been happily delivering war brides to eager GI's and is at long last all dolled up to resume passenger service as the most opulent resort afloat. So what could possibly go wrong?
Plenty, when you're transporting clandestine war cargo and a mole is trying to gum up the works. Help ferret out the saboteur and save the day in this high seas whodunit rife with crossings and double crossings, Oct 4-6, 2013.

Mondays, Aug 26 - Sept 30, optional 6 week online 1940s Pinup workshop $30.
Our whirlwind weekend includes 3 options for participation: 
  • 3rd class - Play casual observe at our dangerous dinner on Saturday night and help expose the mole! - price starts at $60
  • 2nd class - Dive deeper into the story with opportunities to drop & divulge clues. This level includes a clue & cocktail party before Saturday's dinner, accommodations Saturday night, and the ship's famous grand brunch with backstory resolution Sunday morning - price starts at $245
  • 1st class - Get the full picture with additional clues and character interaction. Includes 2nd degree activities plus opportunities to play key parts in the story's unfoldment, a glamorous welcome dinner Friday night, accommodations Friday night, and a backstory breakfast Saturday morning - price starts at $360 or $405 with VIP tour package
Optional extras in pale italics, *indicates additional fee. (See cost breakdown near bottom of page.)

Fri 10/04 (1st class guests welcome)
  • 3pm - Check-in at our floating resort for the weekend, The Queen Mary 

  • 6:45-7:45pm - Twilight Tour of the ship (included in the Very Important Passenger package)
  • 8pm - Who's who & what's what - Get acquainted with your fellow upper crust passengers, over a *no-host fine dining dinner at the ship's premier restaurant, Sir Winston's. Here you'll get your first taste, not only of luxury, but of what goes on behind the scenes and who really pulls the strings. Not everyone is as they seem
  • 9pm - Crime scenery - Take advantage of the chance to preview evidence of suspicious behavior and misdeeds, far from the prying eyes of the steerage

Sat 10/05 
  • 9am - Prior to embarking on your day's excursions, join us for breakfast at the Promenade Cafe. The new day may very well bring new information and insights into the evils that lurk on board. (1st class guests welcome)
  • 10am-5:30pm - Free time Options - While away your day with any number of activities. We've suggested an option or two for those 1st class guests determined to get to the bottom of the ship's nefarious goings on
    • 11:30am-12:15pm - Her Finest Hour Tour  - a visit back to the ship's Grey Ghost war days (Included in the VIP package. See welcome packet for details)
    • 1-2:30pm - *Afternoon tea in the ship's elegant new tea room
    • Self-guided audio tours available 10am-5:30pm 
    • Avail yourself of the ship's spa services,  fitness center and boutique shopping
    • Or just enjoy some relaxing quiet time    
  • 3:30 - Professional makeup & hair for our upcoming photoshoot - *Market price
  • 4:30 - Informal Pinup photography session; individual & group shots
  • 6:30-7:30pm - Cocktails, conversation.. and clues on deck (1st & 2nd class guests welcome)
  • 7:30pm - Dubious dining - the weekend's main event. The truth comes out and so do the claws as our culprit is revealed. (All event guests welcome)
    • If you participated in our online 1940's workshop, now's your chance to show off by performing our rehearsed song during intermission 
  • 9:30pm - Should you need to wind down with a stiff one after the day's excitement, join us for a late evening visit to the ship's historic *Observation Bar

Sun 10/06
  • 9:30am - Final resolution to the weekend's affairs over brunch at the ship's bounteous brunch buffet (1st & 2nd class guests welcome.)

Costs based on rates as of 04-01-13, *indicates an additional optional cost 
  • Siren School activities - $30-100, depending on level of participation 
  • Accommodations - $150 starting price per night
  • Onsite meals - $30-80, included depending on level of participation
  • Tours - included depending on level of participation
  • *Additional meals - market price
  • Spa services - market price
  • *Transportation to and from town, including air fare, if applicable

Dutiful Details
  • A deposit of $60 holds your spot with Siren School. It is refundable within 72 hours of purchase or if the event is cancelled. If for any reason you are unable to participate in the event after the 3 day cancellation period, you may transfer the deposit to another party who would like to participate, or you may consider the deposit as a gracious donation to Siren School's scholarship fund
  • A minimum of 10 participants is needed to ensure event fulfillment. Alas, events with fewer than 10 guests will be cancelled or postponed, and deposists refunded
  • Rates may increase between the time this was written and the time you decide to book. Be prepared, lest you be disappointed
  • Itinerary may change slightly based on weather & availability, but is not likely
  • Accommodation costs are based on double occupancy
  • Neither Siren School, its principals nor affiliates shall be held responsible for any damage or loss of property, funds paid to 3rd parties, life, pride, nor any ickiness of any kind that participant may have experienced or will ever experience -- period

Don't be a double crosser. Make your non-refundable deposit today 
$60 


A Matter of Class


1940's Pinup workshop
$30



Note, this is a family program, best enjoyed by those ages 12 and up. $40 for children (age 11 & under)


If you'd like to hobnob with us online, please find us on our Facebook page.