Make a Mosaic VI
Yaymaker Innovation Labs
Add a playful look and a touch of texture with custom mosaic coasters! Join Yaymaker Innovation Labs and build a pair of coasters, guaranteed to personalize any room or space. Create your own unique designs and make them for yourself, give as gifts, or even better, bring your friends and you’ll each have your own set. Our new mosaic coaster making event is running for a limited time, so grab your seat now!
At the Yaymaker Innovation Labs, we are full of surprises. You never know what you'll find inside: it could be custom mosaic coaster making, custom ukulele making, resin seascape making or something else completely unexpected. Yaymaker Labs events can show up anywhere, so stay on the lookout! For more on these events, join the exclusive Yaymaker Labs Facebook group: http://bit.ly/2NOCbbB
Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.
Brandy Pete's, a longtime Landmark in Boston's Financial District, was established as a restaurant in 1933 (at the end of Prohibition) by Pete Sabia. It was located at 80 Broad Street, diagonally left of Franklin Street, and a two minute walk from its current location. A Brandy drinker, Peter was often seen talking with customers having a snifter in his hand. It became tradition that anyone who was new to Pete's, or complained about the food or service, etc. had to buy Pete a Brandy, hence the name "Brandy Pete's". It is the goal of the establishment to carry on the tradition of providing a friendly atmosphere featuring an honest drink, a wide-ranging, moderately priced menu, from salads and sandwiches to steaks and fine dining entrees in the evening, with fast and attentive service. We hope you enjoy your experience and will tell others about what is new at Pete's!
Jeremy Veldhuis is an illustrator and a painter in Boston. His work covers a wide variety of subjects and media from screen printed band posters to oil paintings to graphic design. He has a BFA from the Art Institute of Boston. He grew up in Upstate New York but loves clam chowder enough to call himself a New Englander. When he isn't teaching for Paint Nite he is running his art business Jeremy Veldhuis Illustration, Netflix binging, playing guitar, or planning his next getaway.