Kilnfolk Clay studio in Vancouver WA is a great little spot to spend a few hours with your kids.
This clay studio offers family clay classes for you to enjoy with your little ones as well as ready-made clay pieces that your kids can unleash their creativity on.
We recently spent some time at Kilnfolk and had an amazing experience.
Is Kilnfolk Clay Studio good for kids?
Absolutely! They have pieces that are already made that your kids can paint. The studio will then fire them for you and will let you know when they are ready to pick up.
There’s also family clay classes and wheel time for families. Another thing I love is that they offer classes specifically for toddlers too, imagine how much fun your little one will have with clay. Toddler clay is on the first Monday of the month.
You can also have birthday parties where your child can bring their friends to paint pottery together, so fun!
They have a “get muddy” experience where kids( and adults) can play with clay, tools and have fun for $10/hr.
Fun for the grown ups at Kilnfolk Clay Studio
Grown ups can also have a blast at this stylish space for creative people.
They offer nighttime and weekend classes and even a date night event that looks really exciting.
If you love clay and think you might want to go to Kilnfolk Clay studio regularly, you can get a membership pass for a monthly cost.
Gift cards are also available. I love giving experiences as gifts to family and friends, so this is a great option.
Other things to do in Vancouver
Right next to Kilnfolk Clay Studio you will find incredible Mexican food at Little Conejo. Honestly, their corn cakes are to die for!
If you happen to be around there on a Sunday, you can visit the Vancouver famer’s market, one of the best farmer’s Markets around here.
Those who like architecture you will have fun walking around Vancouver. Strolling through their charming streets is a great way to enjoy your day.
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