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Fees

Fee for the weekend includes 13 hours of pottery instruction by Marea.  All materials and firing of your functional pottery pieces.  Onsite accommodation for two nights and meals including, charcuterie board, two breakfasts, two lunches, supper and snacks. Completion of the created pottery by firing and glazing to your preference and shipping of the pieces within about 10 days of the experience. 

Elemental Claycation is for groups of minimum three people and maximum six people.  

Cost for each person for a group of 3-5 is $1222.00.

If your group is 6 people the cost for each person is $1122.00 (discount if group is at maximum). 

To register for the claycation dates you want, you use the event page I have set up for each month.  You will be asked to submit a deposit of $500.00 and I will invoice you 10 days before your Claycation the remaining amount.  By that point, the numbers will be determined for your group and the discount of having 6 people will be applied. 

​Cancellation Policy: Life happens, weather happens and people get sick.  So if for some reason your group has to cancel on the date you have booked, I will work with you to book another date for Claycation,  If rebooking within 6 months of the initial date booked can't happen between both parties then refund will happen for the group minus $50/participant for administrative purposes. 

 As a mom with three young kids, it’s hard to justify spending money on myself but my family encouraged me to take the leap of attending the claycation and I’m so glad they did! After soaking in all the weekend had to offer, I left feeling that the retreat was a steal for everything I got out of it. Not just the delicious food and drinks or the clay and glazes, but the time and expertise of Marea herself in guiding your creative journey — and even finishing off your pieces for you. It was an unbelievable experience and I would do it again in a heart beat. All I can say is if you’re on the fence, go for it! It’s worth every penny and you will not regret it!

-Monique Bassett Bruno, SK

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