Pottery Date Night

Whether it’s a first date, or a friend date, you’ll both have a great time.

This one-night pottery class will have you and your date getting your hands dirty as you learn how to work with clay on the potter’s wheel.

With your newly trained hands and some teaching, you will spend the rest of the night creating your own Ghost moment.

(Each person gets a pottery wheel, but you're welcome to pose for a Ghost impersonation) 

At this time masks and vaccine cards are required regardless of coming with friends and or family within your bubble. (no drinking or eating food is allowed at this time)


Students under 5 and students with medical exemption forms signed by doctor do not need vaccine cards.

Days & Times

Monday-Thursdays: 8am - 6pm

Friday:  8am -11:30pm

Saturday & Sunday

  • 10:00am -12:30pm

  • 1:00pm - 3:30pm

  • 7:15pm - 9:45pm

Total: $197.40 per couple after tax.

(Includes 1 pot Each, extra pots are $5.25 each including tax).

Organize a double date and save: $58.80 per couple.

Two pottery students using a sponge to finish the rim of their bowls on the pottery wheel.
Bright, open pottery studio with windows looking out onto green trees.

The Space

Your pottery date night starts with a tour of our bright, spacious studio.


Next we'll do a demo on how to create a bowl or a cup using the potter’s wheel.

*Each participant will have their own pottery wheel.*

Then you'll put on your flat footed shoes, tie your hair back, trim your nails, sit down at your pottery wheel and use your new skills to make a beautiful bowl or cup.

The Experience

It’s not just the experience that will last a lifetime. We will glaze and fire one of your clay masterpieces.

You'll choose from a variety of food safe, colourful glazes, and you can fill your kitchen cupboards with a 2nd glazed piece for just $5.25 + tax.

Pottery student learning how to throw on the wheel.

After The Date

We will send you a text as soon as your pieces are ready to be picked up.


The whole process takes about 8-10 weeks as they have to slowly dry. Then they're trimmed, bisque fired, glazed, and then fired again by our wonderful instructors.