Join us at Neighbor, in our lush backyard, where we will be hosting a hands-on workshop with local maker Rheal. In the workshop, Rheal will guide you through the process of making your own set of two concrete coasters and a playful set of six miniature cinder blocks. Rheal will also share basic techniques on how to create patterns with pigmented concrete.
We are also thrilled to have Steep Tea Co. and The Kitchen of Earthly Delights joining us at the bar with light refreshments to purchase during our class.
Come enjoy Neighbor's newly renovated outdoor space, hang with friends, learn some new crafts and eat some amazing food. Rheal will also have special products for sale during the event.
All participants of the workshop will receive a 10% discount when shopping at Neighbor within seven days of the workshop! All purchases during and directly after the class will include a special gift from Rheal.
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Rheal Gratton is an Oakland, CA artisan specializing in home and personal goods crafted from concrete and glass. Rheal has developed his techniques over the years and is continuing to push the limits with concrete, resin and kiln fused glass work. Color, light and duality influence his growing brand.
Steep Tea Co was created by Molly and Karina. The two created the brand from a shared love of travel and tea. Upon returning to the bay from eye opening adventures, the ladies realized the huge gap between quality coffee and tea. They made it their mission to fill that gap with beautifully blended teas and intriguing tea cocktails.
Hannah Horovitz is a chef based in Oakland, CA with over 10 years of restaurant and culinary experience. With an academic background in Food Justice, American Studies, and Critical Theory, she is concerned with the influences of various oppressions on the ways we eat and how our tastes are shaped by the world around us.