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If you’re a crafty type, you won’t want to miss Brooklyn Craft Camp
— an epic day of modern making happening in Greenpoint on Saturday, October 5
, in the hall of the Church of the Messiah on Russell Street.
Brought to you by the soon-to-launch Brooklyn Craft Company
, Craft Camp is a full day of crafting, eating, meeting and greeting!
Registration includes four 90-minute modern craft classes
— including terrariums, glass etching, stampmaking, papercut, suede tassel charms, sequin bracelets, knitted necklace, needle felting, and more
— taught by amazing Brooklyn makers including craft authors, bloggers and designers.
But Brooklyn Craft Camp isn’t just mere crafting. It’s also awesome food — a Peter Pan donut bar for breakfast
, a fancy lunch by Greenpoint chef Lisa Leonard Lee
, and a cocktail hour
. It’s great music with a DJ spinning vintage vinyl
all day, a photo booth
, a DIY nail art bar
, a keynote chat from Jenni Rasosevich of I Spy DIY
— and the sparkling company of over a hundred amazing crafty peeps! It’s like a DIY party all day long.
Advance registration is required
, so head over to Brooklyn Craft Camp
to check out all the classes and grab your spot!
Category: Classes, Events
Tags: brooklyn craft camp, craft, craft class, craft workshop, crafting, greenpoint event, greenpoint workshop, Lutheran Church of the Messiah, Peter Pan Donuts, Terrariums
It’s something I’d heard rumors about for years, but never knew if it actually existed. Finally, this summer a hand drawn sign appeared in the window of Greenpoint’s own Peter Pan Donut Shop (727 Manhattan Ave.) - advertising the great white whale of summer desserts: the Ice Cream Donut Sandwich. It sounded like a joke. A donut of your choice cut in half and stuffed with a large scoop of Haagan Dazs ice cream. I can confirm that not only is it real, but it’s delicious. Continue reading
A native non-Polish Greenpointer, I grew up living by McGolrick Park and am here still. I’ve seen the transformation of this neighborhood since I was in middle school. That means I picked up Polish cuss words from the school playground and I now pick up my daily Stumptown Coffee from the Brooklyn Standard. The ‘G’ has been and remains my lifeline — my only, yet painful, way into the city. Countless Angry Birds levels were won while waiting on the platform.
With the changes, my heart followed.
I have to visit, try, eat, see everything Greenpoint (with a spillover to Williamsburg). I pull and tug my friends from the other four boroughs to my little nabe and I’m proud to say I’ve made converts. I also have an unhealthy appetite for deal buying sites, and anything Greenpoint triggers an immediate purchase. My last haircut was at The Parlour Brooklyn
, I had dinner at the Manhattan Inn
, and I’ve yet to take my High Fall class at the Hollywood Stunts Training Center
, Scoop St.
, and Living Social
Pictures, Deals, and Food.
That’s what you’ll find under my name. I’m high on visuals, few with words. My morning ritual starts with a cup of coffee and me sifting through email subscriptions and 10 tabs of deals websites. When dining out, I’m that
friend who won’t allow anyone to lift their fork until I capture a shot of the sweet glow of fresh pancakes. But I’m also the friend who insists you share this epiphany of sorts from a bite of Peter Pan Bakery’s doughnut
So hi, take a bite.
In Greenpoint, when Peter Pan debuts a new donut – it’s breaking news!
My girls Ania & Claudia hooked me up today while getting a dozen for the office – they told me there’s a new donut! A chocolate mousse filled donut with chocolate icing. This weighty beast is not for the faint of heart.
Run. Don’t Walk. Now.
Peter Pan Donuts
727 Manhattan Avenue
Everyone right now get up and go to Peter Pan.
Peter Pan is a Greenpoint institution! When I go anywhere out of town, or in town for that matter, to visit I always bring a dozen of Peter Pan’s donuts. Going to a friends for dinner? Bring a dozen. Going to a BBQ? Bring a dozen. Somebody died? Bring a dozen.
To hear that they’re making $1,000 less a week because of Dunkin’ Donuts and Starbucks is sad. I have to admit I like my Starbucks as much as the next person, but I’m making a vow to walk the extra few blocks to Peter Pan’s from now on.
Since I’ll be getting a donut with that coffee now, the extra walking couldn’t hurt.