Day 56: 100 Days of Central Mass Features Clay Mates Cafe

Real Estate Agent with Kathleen Cooper, Sposato Realty Group 9084437/Brokers

Looking for something different and fun to do with your children?  Clay Mates Cafe is located in Belchertown, MA and is sure to be a fun experience for your child.  Clay Mates Cafe is a ceramic cafe where children and adults can paint ceramic art.  They have classes for all ages, birthday parties, family fun nights and accept walk-ins.  They have an outdoor painting patio and feature a "kid's wall" full of ceramic art that they can choose to paint. 

Call 413-323-4 FUN for more info!


Here is some information from Clay Mates Cafe's website:

Clay Mates mission is to provide ceramic classes
and workshops that are available to everybody,
beginner through advanced, and all ability levels.

Sue Hevey, owner and certified instructor, strives to create an
environment of fun, creativity and individuality, where there
are nodefinitive expectations, and students gain a sense
of accomplishment that will inevitably lead to increased
confidence and self esteem.

Services Include:

• Family Fun Nights • Birthday Parties • Adult Morn/Eve Classes

Kids Classes• Scout/School Field Trips • Bisque • Brushes • Paints

Smoke Free Studio• No Experience Required •Daily Firings

 Walk-ins Welcome!

Birthdays~Mother's Day~Father's Day~Holidays~Thank-You's
Housewarmings~Christenings~Hostess Gifts~Teacher's Gifts
"You Did a Great Job"~"I'm Proud of You"...

Comments (3)

Lou Ludwig
Ludwig & Associates - Boca Raton, FL
Designations Earned CRB, CRS, CIPS, GRI, SRES, TRC


You correct, it sure looks like a fun place.

Good luck and success.

Lou Ludwig

Oct 06, 2009 01:07 PM
Kari Battaglia, PA
Veterans Realty Inc - Venice, FL
Who You Work With Matters!

This place does look like fun, especially for families. 

Oct 06, 2009 02:34 PM
James Cooper
Cooper Realty Group at RE/MAX Professional Associates - Springfield, MA

Didn't that John and Kate show have a place that they took all their kids to that is similar to this?

Oct 08, 2009 02:01 PM