We are restarting our arting classes with reduced numbers, and mandatory social distancing and masks (unless medically unable).
We will also continue temperature checks at the door.

Watch below for more information, and make sure you have signed up to be on our email list! 

Our next exhibit, Toys of Yesterday is now open!!
There is no cost to see this exhibit or to tour the museum.
Stop by and see if we have your favorite childhood toy on display!

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(on the left), complete the form and click ‘Subscribe’.

Next class:
April 10: 4:30pm (Silly Summer Birds or
Sun Catcher)

Follow Kiss My Glass on Facebook to find out about new classes.

They sell out extremely fast!

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Ages 10 and up
(children must be accompanied by an adult)

Grab a friend and join us for this fun fused glass workshop. This design is easy and fun. The nightlight is approximately 3.5″. Class size is limited and masks will be required. No food or drinks can be provided at this time, but you can bring your own covered drink.

Classes range from $28-$60 (A portion of the ticket price is donated back to The Straight Farmhouse).

After kiln firing, your pieces will be delivered back to The Straight Farmhouse (typically 10-12 days)

We are excited to have the hugely popular

Kiss My Glass Workshops return to The Farmhouse!

Click HERE for more information or to sign up!

  M S & E Sign and Co.

 Wood Sign Painting

 
 
Date: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST
 
Tickets and more info:
The weather is getting warmer, so what better fun than coming out and spending the evening with M.S. and E. Sign and Co. creating a great wood sign…social distancing style!
Come and create your own wooden sign. No skills required…no really! You can do it! And we will show you how!
You pick and pay for your design and we supply everything you need to make your beautiful piece!
Prices start at $38 and go up depending on what
project you choose!
There are MANY to choose from including interchangeable signs!
Here you will choose your size and design.
HOW YOU PAY:
Once the form above is filled out we will send you a invoice to the e-mail you provided within 1-3 business days.
So, please watch your e-mail for the invoice once you have filled out the form in the link above.
If you have any questions please feel free to send us a message and we will be happy to help!
THIS CLASS HAS LIMITED CAPACITY to be able to safely social distance, so reserve your spot today.
We hope you will join us for the fun, laughs and to create something you will love taking home!
 
**A portion of our sales will be donated to the
Straight Farmhouse Museum ♥ **
YOU ARE CONFIRMED FOR THIS EVENT ONCE YOU HAVE FILLED OUT THE FORM ABOVE AND HAVE PAID.
Happy Crafting!
 
 

PLEASE BE SURE TO FILL OUT THE FORM FOUND AT
THE LINK ABOVE

Here you will choose your design.

COST OF CLASS:
$65
**A portion of our sales will be donated to the
Straight Farmhouse Museum ♥ **
HOW YOU PAY:
Once the form above is filled out we will send you a square invoice to the e-mail you provided within 1-3 business days.
So, please watch your e-mail for the invoice once you have filled out the form in the link above.
DEADLINE for choices and payment will be at MIDNIGHT Friday, January 29th. If you have any questions please feel free to send us a message and we will be happy to help!
We hope you will join us for the fun, laughs and to create something you will love taking home!
YOU ARE CONFIRMED FOR THIS EVENT ONCE YOU HAVE FILLED OUT THE FORM ABOVE AND HAVE PAID.
Happy Crafting!

Underground Railroad- Local Connections

April 16, 2021

7p.m.

Join us either in person or virtually as we discuss the reasons why the underground railroad happened, the local people involved, and the public faces of the underground railroad. Learn who the abolitionist societies were, and Michigan had plenty of them. One such society was in Garden City’s backyard and drew in famous names like William Lloyd Garrison and Sojourner Truth. Highlighted will be the great convention of 1856.

Our presenter, Kathy Bilger, is a local historian and genealogist. She is on the Board of the Friends of the Governor Warner Mansion, you will often find her in period clothing giving tours of the mansion and talking about local history. She loves to write scripts for cemetery walks. Kathy has an article coming out soon in Michigan Chronicle Magazine about a speakeasy discovered in Farmington.
When not doing history stuff, she is in the garden, behind the camera, or playing with her many pets. Her whole family is involved in history with a son who is a classically trained archeologist turned veterinarian, a son who teaches Modern American History, and another son who studies WWI and II plus Japanese history. The entire family participates as judges with the Michigan History Day competition each year. Kathy has been selected as both a State and national judge for History Day. We are looking forward to having Kathy share her passion for history as we learn about our local connections.

Tickets are available on line at SFH.Ludus.com
The ticket price: Attend in-person is $10.00 or $5.00 per person virtual.
Question please call Kim 734.812.1559

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Spring-time Painting class

Date: Saturday, April 18, 2021
Time: 4pm

Join us as we get ready for Spring!

No experience necessary as our Artist
Laurel will lead you step by step in the painting process.
Laurel has been teaching painting to all ages and experience levels.
Each painting is 16″ by 20″.
The cost of this arting event is $35.00 with a
portion going back to the Straight Farmhouse.
You are welcome to bring
wine or your favorite adult beverage.
 
Class size is limited so please
make sure to reserve your spot as our last class sold out!
Sign up by texting or calling Laurel at 734-752-3936.

 

All New Art class from Kiss My Glass

Wire Beaded Art Hanging

Two Classes-

May 13 (6pm)
&
May 16 (4pm)

 Join us for some wire and beading fun to create this beautiful piece of art.

Payment is not due at this time. You will have the option to pay by check or credit card. Further details will be coming mid April. Material and Venue fee is $35. Placing an order today will reserve your seat.

All of the tools and supplies will be provided to create your bead hanging. Several different colored beads will be provided. If you would like, you may bring some beads of your own that might be special to you and incorporate them in your piece. The workshop will require you to design on your own with some basic Instructions on how to wire it up. You will go home with a finished piece. Great for hanging indoors or out. ( I recommend under a covered porch out of nature’s direct elements)

Detailed description of mechanics:

You will be able to chose from a variety of dried branches with predrilled holes and the eye hooks already in place. You will receive 6 pieces of pre-cut wire….1 for the top and 5 for the bottom. You will be supplied a set of wire pliers to attach and wrap the wire on each eye hook and make a wire at the top for which your work will hang. You may bring little trinkets from home to use but it must have a beading hole. If you bring something like a shell or other object that does not have a hole, you must know how to wire wrap as this is not a wire wrapping class. I have been beading for 20 years but only know basic wire wrapping skills.

If you are not confident that you can do this with basic instructional skills, please feel free to have a friend purchase a ticket and join you, we should have fun! After this class, you will definitely have the confidence to create again!

At this time, it is still required that you are masked up for the duration of the class and you may want to bring your own covered beverage as there is not a drinking fountain in the facility.

Material and Venue fee $35

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The Show Must Go On. And it will!

Are you excited about solving the next “Whodunit?
We are too!

We hope to resume these shows as soon as possible!

Thank you for your continued support. Watch your email and our Facebook page.

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