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    Crazy Aunt Gertrude Escape Game

    Crazy Aunt Gertrude had a wicked sense of humor. She also had a lot of cats. And somehow she was filthy rich. To winner goes the spoils in this immersive Escape Room Adventure! You've got 60 minutes to discover the location of your fictional aunty's fortune, before demolition crews level her estate and the family jewels with it! Put your critical thinking skills to the test as you scour your surroundings for clues and solve a series of complex puzzles. Assemble a team of friends to help get the job done, as each game accommodates multiple players. Make sure you work together, there's a massive fake fortune at stake!
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    Crazy Aunt Gertrude Escape Game

    5888 Main St, Williamsville

    • Immerse yourself in an interactive game based on a deceased aunt and a vast fortune
    • Challenge your powers of observation and critical thinking skills as you solve puzzles
    • Work with fellow players to solve the mystery before your 60-minute time limit is up
    • Spark your imagination with a thrilling story and a nail-biting sense of urgency
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    Cobblers, Dumplings and Shortcakes

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    Cobblers? Don't they repair shoes? Isn't Daniel Day Lewis a cobbler? This class is fortunately more about the succulent dessert. With an abundance of summery, ripe fruits, learn how to make them shine with these three simple desserts: cobblers, dumplings, and shortcakes. During this hands-on workshop, discover how to mix your own pastry dough, and assemble tasty cobblers and apple dumplings. From there, as these treats bake, you will gather around the communal table to enjoy freshly baked berry shortcakes with a cup of coffee or tea. Prepare for any occasion with your cobbler mastery.
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    Cobblers, Dumplings and Shortcakes

    65 Bleecker St, New York

    • Learn how to mix your own pastry dough and assemble tasty cobblers and apple dumplings
    • Create delicious desserts from ripe, summer fruits
    • Gather around the communal table to enjoy freshly baked berry shortcakes with a cup of coffee or tea, while your creations bake and rise
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    Couples Cooking: Pizza and Wine Bar

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    Join an ICE chef for this delightful class on all things pizza. Together, couples will learn to make fresh ricotta and a quick-rise pizza dough to be topped with a variety of culinary creations: sauce and cheese will meet veggies, mushrooms, cured and fresh-cooked meats --- even sweet options for dessert pizza. Then you’ll sit down to each fresh-from-the-oven pie with a choice selection of pizza-perfect wines that pair with your imaginative culinary creations.
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    Couples Cooking: Pizza and Wine Bar

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn how to make the perfect pizza pie with your special someone at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Work with a variety of different ingredients, including arugula, lemon, shaved Parmesan, homemade mozzarella, and sausage among other tasty morsels
    • Assemble a diverse pizza menu with something for everyone
    • Step up your pizza game and try something new
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    139 positive reviews
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    Beginner Sewing: Skirt

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    By popular demand, this beginner sewing machine is back! This is the perfect workshop for all you super busy people who've always wanted to learn to sew, but just can't find the time for a long class. Or, for those who are brand new to sewing on a machine. Or, for those who just need a confidence-building, hand-holding refresher. It's also a great stepping-stone for any other sewing class. This project-based, one-time four-hour beginner sewing class teaches you sewing basics and will have you threading a machine, loading a bobbin and sewing straight or curved seams, in no time. You'll receive careful explanations and step-by-step instructions to assemble your project. And in four short hours later... you'll walk out the door with a skirt made by you, in a day (1/2 a day, really!) Skills and techniques covered during this class include:
    • Sewing-machine basics
    • Tools and terminology
    • Stitches: Regular stitch, zigzag stitch, back stitch, topstitch
    • Creating a tunnel
    • Inserting an elastic or drawstring
    • Hand and machine hemming techniques
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    Beginner Sewing: Skirt

    38 West 32nd St, New York

    • Practice the sewing basics, threading a machine, loading a bobbin, and sewing straight or curved seams
    • Receive careful instructions to assemble your skirt
    • Learn sewing tools and terminology, creating a tunnel, inserting an elastic or drawstring, and hand machine/hemming techniquesLearn sewing tools and terminology, creating a tunnel, inserting an elastic or drawstring, and hand machine/hemming techniques
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    Introduction to Sewing

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    Sew much fabric. Sew little time. You've got a million and one ideas for designer looks, but your sewing machine has other plans. Mainly, haphazard zig-zags and thoughtlessly chewing up your pricey textiles. Turn the tables with this 3-hour sewing basics class designed for novices, and it won't be long before you're hosting fashion shows that won't leave the audience in stitches. Get hands-on experience under the guidance of a sewing pro. Demystify the sewing machine as your work a project from start to finish. Learn to use patterns, select fabric, cut, assemble, and sew. In the process, you'll produce a color-blocked canvas backpack that's yours to keep! Next step: silk onesie.
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    Introduction to Sewing

    117B 11th St, Brooklyn

    • Develop your sewing skills with a class for beginners
    • Learn the basics of using a sewing machine
    • Master the art of using patterns to construct projects
    • Finish class with a colorful canvas backpack
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    Wire Wrapping

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    Tired of scouring jewelry counters for the perfect accessory to compliment your wardrobe? Well, stop looking and start making! During this class, you'll learn how to assemble and design a beaded chain necklace using wire cutters, pliers, wires, and beads, of course! Not only will you pick up the essentials of a productive, new hobby, but you'll also have the chance to embrace your creative side. You'll leave with a beautiful chain necklace and the ability to make many more! This class is sure to have you wired!
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    Wire Wrapping

    145 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn how to assemble a beaded chain necklace using wire cutters, pliers, wires, and beads
    • Embrace your creativity by adding your own personal flair to your piece
    • Pick up the fundamentals of a new and productive hobby
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    12 positive reviews
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    Couples Cooking: Indian Favorites

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    Master some of the most fragrant and distinct dishes in this country's rich and varied cuisine, emphasizing a riot of toasted spices. You'll learn all about the vegetables, seafood and other featured ingredients, with a range of geographic and climatic origins, from hearty masalas to spicy curries to cooling raitas. We'll assemble a menu of: chana masala (chickpea curry); chicken tikka masala; palak paneer (spinach with paneer cheese); pulao (spiced basmati rice); cucumber raita; and gulab jamun (fried dough in rosewater syrup).
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    Couples Cooking: Indian Favorites

    225 Liberty St, New York

    • Learn to prepare a variety of Indian culinary staples with your special someone at the Institute of Culinary Education
    • Practice working with toasted spices, curries, raitas, vegetables, and seafood
    • Assemble a lavish menu of diverse Indian foods with varying origins
    • Step up your Indian food game and try something new
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    139 positive reviews
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    Beginner Sewing: Bag

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    By popular demand, this beginner sewing machine is back! This is the perfect workshop for all you super busy people who've always wanted to learn to sew, but just can't find the time for a long class. Or, for those who are brand new to sewing on a machine. Or, for those who just need a confidence-building, hand-holding refresher. It's also a great stepping-stone for any other sewing class. This project-based, one-time four-hour beginner sewing class teaches you sewing basics and will have you threading a machine, loading a bobbin and sewing straight or curved seams, in no time. You'll receive careful explanations and step-by-step instructions to assemble your project. And in four short hours later... you'll walk out the door with a bag made by you, in a day (1/2 a day, really!) Skills and techniques covered during this class include:
    • Sewing-machine basics
    • Tools and terminology
    • Stitches: Regular stitch, zigzag stitch, back stitch, topstitch
    • Creating a tunnel
    • Inserting an elastic or drawstring
    • Hand and machine hemming techniques
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    Beginner Sewing: Bag

    38 West 32nd St, New York

    • Practice the sewing basics, threading a machine, loading a bobbin, and sewing straight or curved seams
    • Receive careful instructions to assemble your own tote bag
    • Learn sewing tools and terminology, creating a tunnel, inserting an elastic or drawstring, and hand machine/hemming techniques
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    6 positive reviews
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    Beginner Sewing Workshop

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    Women, men, teens... learn to sew! In this project-based, two hour beginner sewing class, you'll learn the sewing basics, such as threading a machine, loading a bobbin, and various machine stitches, while making the trendiest item out there! iPad case anyone? You will make a zippered pouch which can be used as a Fold-Over Clutch, a Kindle/iPad/Tablet Cover or a stand alone Cosmetic Case. You'll be proud to carry (and show-off) your custom pouch. You will also receive tips and step-by-step instructions to assemble your project -- all in just two hours!
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    Beginner Sewing Workshop

    38 West 32nd St, New York

    • Learn sewing basics such as threading a machine, loading a bobbin, machine control, and machine stitches
    • Create a zippered pouch for a fold-over clutch, Kindle/iPad/Tablet cover or a cosmetic case
    • Receive step-by-step instruction to assemble your project in this hands-on workshop
    • No experience necessary
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    6 positive reviews
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    Introduction to Metal Fabrication

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    Did a light just turn on inside your head? Well, now you can turn one on above your head, too. Learn how to build a lamp in Introduction to Metal Fabrication. This course brings together the practical skills of metal grinding and soldering to create a functional, contemporary furniture. You'll learn the qualities of copper as well as how to bend, form, and mold the metal into something amazing. Before long, you'll start to understand how things are created, why they work the way they do, and how you can do the same the next time a light bulb goes off in -- or above -- your own noggin.
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    Introduction to Metal Fabrication

    117B 11th St, Brooklyn

    • Create a stand-alone piece of furniture from copper tubing, your bare hands, and a little know-how
    • Learn how to use a grinder, solder, and buffing wheel and how to assemble furniture that goes home with you
    • Combine grit and elbow grease to create something gorgeous to put in your home -- they make great gifts, too!
    • Learn how to bend, form, and mold metal into amazing shapes, and use this skill set for future projects
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    1 positive reviews

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