First Chicken Coop Decorating Class

Posted by on Nov 4, 2011 in Other, Uncategorized | 2 comments

 

December 3, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. at The Artist Workshop, 134 East Main St. Grass Valley, CA 95945

If you have been waiting to jump into keeping chickens, then here is your opportunity to get started. Plus you’ll have fun and save money at the same time!

I am offering a chicken coop decorating class which includes a pre-built/ready to assemble¬†Small hen house on legs (unpainted) which holds up to three chickens*. You’ll also receive a coupon redeemable for one free adult laying hen from Animal Place (local rescue farm for animals).

This promises to be fun for the whole family. I will inspire you get creative and make your coop beautiful, colorful, decorative, expressive and unique. Just think of the possibilities, whether vanes, rhinestones, mural art! What a great Christmas gift for your family.

This starter hen house is being offered at a special reduced rate. Normally it sells for $350, you pay only $285 and get the decorating class and chicken coupon for free.

This is sponsored by Nevada County’s KVMR radio. It will take place in downtown Grass Valley at The Artist Workshop, a new business in town offering a creative space for families. To Register call Creative Coops: 530-272-3700

 

If you are not able to make this class or if you live out of the area but like the idea. You can arrange your own coop decorating party. You and all your friends can benefit from the same special pricing and coupons available in this offer. Simply call me at 530-272-3700 and we can work out the details.

*If you want a larger henhouse for more chickens, this model can be expanded to hold up to six chickens. ask about this when you register.

 

 

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  1. Betty Fox

    Hmmmmm…..sounds like somthing to “cackle about” !…Send me a little more info. It this party something that will generate a little income for the host? Send info to wvfox@ymail.com.
    Thank You
    Betty

    • Mark Hall

      Well, yes it can generate some income. The idea is that If you want a coop and you know of some friends who do as well, then get together four or more friends to order coops and throw a decorating party. You all can save by consolidating the shipping to one location on a pallet and get a group discount on the product too.

      Mark

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