If you haven’t visited Make Meaning before with your little ones, then make Father’s Day the perfect excuse that you need to go there. Your precious children can make all sorts of precious things here choosing from more than 50 unique activities including cake decorating, candle and soap making, ceramics, cufflink making, and more. Your children’s creative imagination can run wild and free here.
Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17, and the perfect place to celebrate Dads is Make Meaning. It is an award-winning retail destination where families can bond over discovering their creative sides whilst making a masterpiece for Dad as a surprise. Or, why not bring him along and get your hands dirty together.
Make Meaning is featuring a special Dad-Friendly Cake Decorating Class in honor of Father’s Day, which will take place at both of their NYC locations from June 14 – 17th. Make Meaning’s Creativity Coaches will have all the tools on hand to make a beautiful and delicious cake that Dad will love ($40 regular price, $36 for members).
They also run various classes throughout the year available to book at Make Meaning. Their classes feature structured, skill-building instruction that is fun and inspiring. Customized for any age, all classes provide a great social opportunity and teach techniques that guests will be able to use over and over again when visiting Make Meaning’s Creative Experiences.
Make Meaning is a membership-based destination and offers a yearly membership at a minimal cost of $36. Daily Creativity Day Passes are also available for $12.
Go ahead and make your Father’s Day special and reserve a table online at Make Meaning.
Visit either of their two locations, you will find them here:-
Upper East Side
1501 Third Avenue,
(between 84th & 85th Streets)
Upper West Side
329 Columbus Avenue
(between 75th & 76th Streets)