Clay Café

Contact Information
Office Phone 506-474-8003
E-Mail claycafefredericton@gmail.com
Website www.claycafefredericton.com
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/claycafefredericton
Description & Services
Description of service(s) Located on Queen Street in downtown Fredericton, New Brunswick, Clay Café is a “paint-your-own pottery” studio designed for all age groups – a relaxed, café-like atmosphere for people to enjoy painting on pottery. 
 
The studio has over 300 kinds of pottery to paint…plates, bowls, mugs, teapots, vases, and lots of cool designs for kids! 
 
Our studio offers a very bright and colourful environment for your creative experience, so you can spend quiet time alone, quality time with your family, or relaxing social time with friends. 
 
It’s not necessary to make reservations, and you don’t have to have any previous experience – just come on down, and join us! Our cheerful staff will show you how it works, and we have lots of pattern books, stencils and stamps to help with the designing process. 
 
Your finished masterpiece will have your own very personal touch, and will be ready for use – for you or someone you love!
Hours 11am - 9pm Monday to Friday 
10am - 9pm Saturday 
12pm - 5pm Sunday
Areas Served Fredericton
Languages English
Location information
Located In Community Fredericton
Address & Map
356 Queen St
Fredericton, NB
Canada
 
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Subjects
Service Categories Ceramics Clubs

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