Frequently Asked Questions


What does DIY mean?

DIY stands for Do It Yourself. At PIP, you will create your own product from our current workshop offerings using our step-by-step instructions, venue, supplies and tools. 

What types of tools will we use during our event?

Depending on the project, we may use a miter saw, power drills, brad nailers, orbital sanders, or other basic hand tools. Instruction and eye protetcion will be provided before the use of each tool. We want everyone feeling confident and staying safe while spending time with us.

*All tools, materials, and instruction will be provided unless otherwise noted in your event description

 

May I bring my son or daughter?

The atmosphere, instruction, and tools at PIP are designed for adults. With so many creative venues for kids, PIP's venue is a space where the adults can play. Keep your eye open for special events for 14+, or if you have a younger group looking for an age appropriate experience, our friends down the street at KiddyWampus have you covered! 

What should I wear?

Wear whatever you feel comfortable and confident in! We provide work aprons, but will trust your judgement in knowing you signed up for a DIY class.

How many people will be in the workshop?

Our group size depends on the complexity, popularity, and event time for the project. Some classes have a maximum of 6 attendees and others 20.

 

May I sign up with friends?

Yes, we encourage it! If you plan to attend a workshop with a small group, we suggest one individual purchases the tickets. If paying separately, please call/email us to ensure you are seated together. If you have a larger group, or want to host a private event, click HERE to learn more.

May I tag along with friends and watch the workshop/May I bring my significant other?

Each workshop attendee needs to be a ticket holder, but some of our workshops are meant for two. Here are the current workshops with ticket options for pairs:

Where do I park?

We recommend you park in the parking lot directly behind our location. There is typically parking available on Mainstreet or 9th Ave, but we encourage you to read parking signs as spots can be limited by time.

Are you handicapped accessible?

Our location is handicapped accessible including: parking (in back), doors, restroom, and table work space. Please contact us if you have concerns about completing a project on your own.

What if I’m late for my workshop?

Keep coming! We will catch you up when you arrive.

May I receive a refund for an event I am unable to attend?

Due the preparation of materials, we are unable to give refunds. We also do not send materials home for projects to be completed. If you contact us within 48 hours before your event, we can issue a one-time transfer to another class.

Workshop Cancellations

If a workshop has fewer than 4 attendees registered or does not meet the project minimum, we may cancel the event and refund or transfer your reservation. You will be notified of a cancellation 24 hours before your event occurs.

Do you provide alcohol?

- We are in the process of pursing a liquor license, stay tuned!

- We have a relationship with a local caterer who can provide alcohol and/or food service for your private event. If you're interested, we will set it up for you and roll it into your final cost. No extra work for you!

*No outside alcoholic beverages are permitted

Do you provide food?

We encourage you to dine at one of our many restaurants on Mainstreet before or after your event. Click HERE to learn about Hopkins dining options. If dining after the event, we are happy to give local suggestions!

*No outside food is permitted.

Do you travel for events?

Aside from the few events in our Up North series, we lead all of our workshops in our venue located on Mainstreet in Hopkins.

How often are projects rotated?

PIP hopes to provide opportunity for customers to come back again and again to create something new. New projects will be offered with each season and will evolve with the current trends. Please join our mailing list to be the first to learn about new projects and events.