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June 7-10.  We are looking first for donations, coming in a separate email to all members, and then a schedule (currently all open studio hours June 7-10, beginning daily at 9:00).  Sale expected to open the morning of June 7, 9:00 am--best time to come! I'll put the list of desirable donations below the studio hours.

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Sat, Sun 10-2
Emeritus classes take place mornings 8:45-11:50 and afternoons 12:45-3:50, 3-4 days a week.
During these times the studio is closed, except for the Lunchroom, where you may work.
Days and times change each semester.

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Plate-Smashing Fun: The Wondrous World of Plate Throwing!

Smash Your Stress Away with Plate Throwing!

Are you feeling stressed out and looking for a fun and unique way to blow off some steam? Look no further than the wondrous world of plate throwing! This ancient practice, rooted in Greek culture, has been modernized for therapeutic purposes and transformed into a fun activity that anyone can enjoy. So grab some plates and get ready for a smashing good time!

A Brief History: From Ancient Greece to Modern-Day Therapy

Plate throwing has its roots in ancient Greek culture, where it was a common practice to throw plates to signify the end of a celebration. Over time, plate throwing evolved into a form of therapy, as people found that smashing plates helped them release pent-up anger and frustration. Today, plate throwing is used in modern-day therapy sessions and is also a fun activity for parties and events.

The Art of Plate Throwing: Tips and Tricks for Maximum Fun

The key to a successful plate throwing session is to have the right technique. First, make sure you have a safe space to throw the plates, such as a concrete or outdoor area. Next, hold the plate firmly with both hands and aim for a designated spot. When you’re ready, let the plate fly and watch it shatter into a million pieces! Remember to wear protective gear, such as gloves and goggles, to prevent injury.

Plate-Smashing Events: Where to Go for Your Next Smashing Party

If you’re looking for a fun and unique way to celebrate a special occasion or blow off some steam, consider attending a plate-smashing event. These events are popping up all over the world, and they offer a safe and fun environment for people to smash plates to their heart’s content. Check out local event listings or search online for plate-smashing events near you.

The Benefits of Plate Throwing: More Than Just a Good Time

While plate throwing is undeniably fun, it also has several therapeutic benefits. Smashing plates can help release pent-up anger and frustration, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve overall mood. Additionally, plate throwing can be a great way to bond with friends and family, as well as a unique team-building activity for co-workers.

Conclusion: Join the Plate-Smashing Revolution Today!

Plate throwing may have its roots in ancient Greek culture, but it’s still a popular and modern activity that anyone can enjoy. Whether you’re looking to blow off some steam or just have a fun time with friends, plate throwing is a great way to do it. So grab some plates, find a safe space, and get ready for a smashing good time!

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