Blog



Category Archives: Inside Experience

1 August 2018

August – National Family Fun Month

Did you know that August is National Family Fun Month?  And while there are a lot of ways to have fun as a family, we are promoting the You’re Fired experience with a Family Fun Guarantee. Bring your whole family to our Studio this month, (everybody has to come!),  and if you don’t have MORE […]

1 June 2018

Fathers Day – June 17th

Fathers Day is June 17th this year, making the cutoff for gift items Sunday the 10th.  But, if instead of making Dad a gift you want to share a You’re Fired experience with him, we would be happy to help make that possible.  Bring Dad to the studio on Fathers Day and we will comp […]

1 June 2018

The School Year to Summer Transition

Keeping children’s minds stimulated throughout the summer months. As the school year winds down, teachers say they’re often approached by worried parents seeking a road map to get through the summer. Their advice is quite simple: Chill out. Make the summer fun and find ways to incorporate educational themes into the activities children choose to […]

28 May 2015

Why It’s Important to Spend More Time with Friends and Family

While alone time is important for creativity and inspiration, spending quality time with friends and family is just as important. Research shows that spending time with friends and family makes a big difference when it comes to happiness. Social time is especially important for happiness –even for introverts. Studies have proven that the amount of […]

10 April 2013

Hand Print Plate – Great for Parents and/or Grandparents!

27 March 2013

Even “Tough” Hockey Players enjoy painting pottery at You’re Fired!

19 March 2013

Staff Party at You’re Fired – Bedford

19 March 2013

Whats that MUG doing project.

22 November 2012

Why is a You’re Fired Holiday Gift so special?

It may be cliché, but it is the “thought” that counts. Only in the case of a You’re Fired gift, the “thought” takes on new meaning. An item created at our Studio for a loved one, requires intense thought about the recipient; from choosing the item, to developing a theme, using a customized trace and […]