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Enjoy a Fun and unique hands-on DIY (Do it Yourself) experience complete with complimentary wine, beer and munchies at the bar in Circa, while you create your very own coat rack re-using vintage elements salvaged from Beacon Hill brownstones and 150-year-old Boston buildings. Circa is the unique event venue that doubles as the back showroom of Restoration Resources, Boston’s 7,000 sq. ft. retail store, regarded nationwide as a treasure trove of one of a kind salvaged finds that include antique architectural salvage, furnishings and unusual artifacts, rescued from historical Boston area buildings undergoing demolition or renovation.

Considered a master in upcycled furnishings, Instructor and Vintage Vagabond owner, Amy Chenette provides the direction and tools you need to sand, paint, drill and transform reclaimed bead board, window trim, or wooden mantel parts and salvaged stair spindles into functional coat racks and pieces for hanging anything from clothing to dog leashes! Paint and distress the antique wood to match your decor, or keep the original patina. Enjoy meeting new friends as Amy guides and inspires you to use your imagination to craft your very own, one-of-a-kind as well as eco-friendly coveted conversation piece! Plus, enjoy a private shopping experience, where you can Sip, See Salvage, and Stroll through Restoration Resources, a museum of sorts of Boston history, for gifts, souvenirs or something for your own home, all offered at special holiday discounts! FREE parking. Please RSVP ASAP as space is limited!

Fee: Fee includes complimentary wine, beer, soda, and light refreshments and covers instructors, all salvaged materials, supplies and paint. The event takes place in the unique venue, Circa, at Restoration Resources, a two-time recipient of Boston Magazine’s, “Best of Boston Home, and regarded as “New England’s Premiere source for Antique Architectural Salvage, Vintage Furnishings, and Unique artifacts”.

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Cost: $75

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