Hartley House Coupons and Deals
Twenty-five years ago a transgender woman working as a prostitute was found strangled to death and stuffed under a bed in a dive hotel. Her unsolved murder would become well known through the landmark documentary "Paris is Burning", and now, the case is re-opened during the immersive theater production of "The Murder of Venus Xtravaganza 1998". Exploring her life and death and redefining what we know about history, gay subcultures and more, this interactive production features a blend of drag ball memorial service and murder mystery, with complimentary empanadas and libations, and a walk through the areas where Venus lived and worked.
While the Hartley House has changed its educational, recreational, and civic programming a bit since opening its doors in 1897, this community-oriented institution has not faltered on its commitment to the neighborhood. Join in the social fun at this iconic establishment: • $22 ($45 value) for three ceramic classes for one parent and one child • $30 ($60 value) for three ceramic classes for one parent and two children • $45 ($90 value) for six ceramic classes for one parent and one child • $60 ($120 value) for six ceramic classes for one parent and two children Engage Stimulating Art Activities No previous experience necessary with this fun class, during which kids of all ages will get hands-on experience. They will get to hand-build, as well as using a pottery wheel to make creative and fun ceramics. They'll also learn the techniques of centering, opening and raising vessels. You can even get pieces fired and glazed on a later date. All you need to bring is some curiosity and the willingness to get your mitts dirty.