Vegan Valentine's Day at Glassworks

Glassworks Studio on South Street in Morristown is offering a cool alternative to facing the crowds on Valentine's Day with a vegan dinner and art combo!  

Here's the info:

Spend your Valentine's Day with Glassworks Studio!

Create lasting memories and projects with your special someone in a relaxed, inspiring environment - instead of battling the crowds at all the restaurants!

Spend the evening eating a vegan dinner and sipping organic wine while you create your glass project.

$30 cover includes dinner and wine for 2 - additional projects costs apply, sharing fee waived.

This event is part of the larger Show Some Love for Mother Earth Week, produced by Sustainable Morristown.


Make your reservations by contacting Glassworks:

Phone(973)[masked]

Email[masked]

Websitehttp://www.umakeglass.com

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  • jiele

    Sorry. I was late. But I got there and rent up and down the street but could not find thd place. So I left.

    February 15, 2014

    • kendra

      oh, that stinks! If we have another event there, I'll give more directions. Glassworks is next to Swiss Chalet on South Street. They share a door with Somerset Hills Bank, and Glassworks is downstairs.

      February 15, 2014

  • kendra

    Hi everyone! I am not making this meetup, but Erin Guthrie will be there for sure! Be sure to give Glassworks a call if you plan on attending so they can have your food ready to go!

    February 14, 2014

  • Erin G.

    Hey everyone! Make sure you register online to reserve a spot! Call the studio with any questions (973) 656-0800. You can also reserve and pay online at http://umakeglass.com/events/vegan-valentines-day-event/.

    See you later!

    1 · February 3, 2014

  • Erin G.

    Hey everyone! You don't have to be vegan or on a date to come! It's just going to be a fun, relaxed way to spend V-day! (and enjoy some yummy falafel)

    1 · January 24, 2014

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