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Gift Certificates for the Holidays (or anytime!)

If you're just looking for a cool present for your very best friend, office secret santa, or your cousin who just moved to NYC, be sure to pick up a gift certificate that can be used toward any class at any time.

Gift certificates can be sent electronically directly to your recipient on the date of your choosing, or you can choose to print a pdf to gift in real life. Plus they never expire! 

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Fall Art Classes with Private Picassos Around NYC

Our friends from Private Picassos host lots of fun adult classes at their studio on 5th Ave in Park Slope and in venues around NYC, and we wanted to let you know all about them! 

Check below for their full fall schedule of classes: 

Intro to Watercolor: October 13 - Park Slope

Intro to Watercolor: October 14 - Park Slope

Watercolor Exploration with Floral Inspiration: October 15 - Williamsburg

Baby Onesie Decoration: October 20...

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Adopt Triples!

Triples is an adorable little black-and-white cat that we found lost and frightened on the side of the road. After a bit of research we discovered she was first discovered hiding in the wall of a construction site, rescued and adopted, but then abandoned again near where we found her.

Triples is super friendly, loves being pet, and adores playing with mouse toys. She would also be comfortable with other cats if introduced slowly. Help Triples...

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News

May's Nonprofit Spotlight: New York Abortion Access Fund

Starting in May 2016 (that's this month!), we'll be donating 5% of our monthly gift certificate sales to a local nonprofit. 

This month, we've selected the New York Abortion Access Fund. NYAAF supports anyone who is unable to pay fully for an abortion and is living in or traveling to New York State by providing financial assistance and connections to other resources. NYAAF provides funding directly to clinics on behalf of the...

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Class Recap

Touring the Eldridge Street Synagogue

Last night, we were lucky enough to partner with the Museum at Eldridge Street for an after-hours art and architecture tour (featuring delicious knishes from Yonah Shimmel!). 

We examined everything from lampshades to stained glass windows and the original wood floors in the beautifully-restored building, hearing about its history from 1887 to the present. The main sanctuary fell into disuse throught the mid-20th century as the...

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