Plant Nite: Winter Bird Planter I
Plant Nite: Dig, drink and be merry
Cultivate your creativity, naturally. Our gifted growers will guide you step-by-step as you make a mini Zen garden, succulent arrangement, or tiny terrarium. Dig in for two lively hours of planting, creating, and laughing with the group.
Yaymaker events give you everything you need to get up, get out, and get making! Instruction is provided by an expert host, so no experience is required, and everything you need is supplied. Show up early to grab drinks & a bite to eat–and give your week something to shout about.
Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.
Good Life resides in the heart of downtown Boston and is a full restaurant and nightclub experience. The Good Life is a popular after-work haunt for business men and women and a nighttime hotspot for club-goers, hipsters and overall music lovers. Good Life has racked up numerous awards from local media including several honors from The Boston Phoenix and Weekly Dig proclaiming its 28 Kingston St. location the best dance venue in the city. With two floors, three bars, local artwork, live music and DJs from across the country spinning both upstairs and down, Good Life is a slice of something different in Downtown Crossing.
Morganna is a Boston-based visual and performance artist. Growing up, she wanted to be a cartoonist and spent her free time encouraging/forcing her siblings to draw with her--mainly cats and Poke'mon. She let this zest for communal creativity expand into painting, acting, dancing, and writing. Now, she loves to share her love of making art with others. She believes that everyone is creative, we just don't always give ourselves permission to be so; come let Morganna give you permission to spill your inner artist across your canvas with a glass of wine and a friend. Friendless? Morganna will be your friend. Wine-less? Good. There is no whining in Morganna's painting classes, but there's always wine available for purchase. Morganna graduated with a BA in Theater and Dance from Trinity College. She enjoys sad music, happy music, puns, cats, contact improvisation, and a good bottle of wine.