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October Letterpress Happy Hour

October 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$10.00

For Current Members Only!

Join us for an evening with full access to the type shop! Letterpress Happy Hour is the perfect way for you to practice your type-setting and printing skills. A Letterpress Associate will be on hand to answer questions and offer guidance, but not to offer instruction. Press reservations are available on a first come, first served basis. Certification or recent letterpress experience (i.e., workshop participation) are required in addition to your RSVP. Press reservations are available on a first come, first served basis.

Happy Hour registrations close at noon the day of the session. To check about last minute openings/accommodations, call: 301-608-9101. No walk-ins will be accepted. If you are planning to print, remember to bring your own paper, including packing and test sheets.

Please note: Happy Hours are intended to be a space to continue practicing skills in typsetting and printing, or to work independently on a personal project.  They are not suitable for one-to-one instruction. For one-to-one lessons, please visit the section on Individual Instruction.

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Letterpress Happy Hour: Vandercook 4T
Event registration with reservation of the Vandercook 4T press.
$ 10.00
1 available
Letterpress Happy Hour: Tabletop
Event registration with reservation of a tabletop press.
$ 10.00
1 available
Letterpress Happy Hour: Typesetting Only
Event registration for typesetting only (no press reservation).
$ 10.00
1 available
Letterpress Happy Hour: Vandercook Universal
Event registration with reservation of the Vandercook Universal (Uni) press.
$ 10.00
0 available
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