No. We have a no refund policy and, to be transparent, don't have the cash reserves to refund hundreds of registrations on top of paying our bills to keep the business operational during this shutdown. We are confident we will be able to weather the disruption and come back strong with a full workshop schedule when it is safe to do so.
We are working to process all registrations as quickly as possible. If you do not receive your e-gift card by 3/20/2020 please reach out and let us know.
Yes, even if the breweries and other event locations remain open we will not be holding classes.
We don't know. The situation is obviously fluid and we are following the news, along with CDC and MDH recommendations closely. At this point we do not anticipate being able to resume classes before May 1st at the earliest. If for some reason we are able to open up earlier we will shout that information from the digital mountain tops and let you know!
No! Our physical workshop space is currently closed to the public. However, you can shop our retail stock online and we are working on an expanded set of create at home projects and virtual classes. We currently have a screaming deal on a spring kit that we can ship right to your door: https://sociallyhandcrafted.com/products/spring-create-at-home-kit
We are working on some other new kits (especially affordable options for all the kids who are home from school now) and exploring the possibility of a "drive thru" pick up station at the workshop.
Our workshop is currently closed to the public. We would be happy to ship paint to you.
Please email us to discuss our stock on hand or we can order anything you need from DBP as well!
Our workshop is currently closed to the public. Your projects are safely stored and we will email you when we are able to resume pick up hours (this will be around the same time that we are able to resume workshops). The extra storage time will not be held against your pick up deadline. If you would like us to ship your paint pour to you. Please pay for shipping via this link:
Wash your hands. Don't touch your face. Practice social distancing. Get plenty of sleep. Follow the advice of local health officials. Remember, you are NOT a special exception to the rules. We are all in this together to protect each other. And most importantly be smart, remain calm and keep informed from reliable sources like https://www.cdc.gov/