Plant Nite: Hanging Globe Succulent Terrarium w/ Fairy Lights
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.
Located in the heart of the East village, ripples an ambience of romantic, rustic decor with urban graffiti art work, capturing the feel of Mexican culture. Villa Cemita represents a dynamic culinary destination in Manhattan's East Village neighborhood. Villa Cemita reflects chef and owner Alejandra Aco's overall vision of authentic Mexican cuisine. Her Evolving expertise of the fusion of the culinary traditions of Mexico’s colonial period (16th century), outside influences including Spanish, French, and Arabic, prepared with indigenous ingredients that could only come from Puebla. Each influence came with unique ingredients such as spices and chili peppers, as well as special tools and processes that enriched the cuisine of Puebla, making it particularly rich and varied. Dinner features produce imported directly from a family's farm in Puebla, Mexico & local greenmarkets.
Thomas McLaughlin was born and raised in the countryside of Upstate New York; so plants always played a big part of his life. However he prefers the busier, more social city life much more and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. Thomas is a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology where he studies textile/surface design. When not at school, he enjoys working for Paint Nite and Plant Nite where he gets to meet new faces, have fun and plant the night away!