Our Quad City Arts Veterans Show
Hot Glass would like to THANK
all volunteers that made
our move possible!
Plumber and Pipe Fitters
Local Union 25
Phil Davison and Bill Allison
The Crawford Company
Adam Isaacson, Joe Burkhart, David Fogle, Joe Rossi, Austin Wilhelm, Andy DeWulf, Skylar Davison, Jacob Bowman, Joseph Childs,
and Kyle Thiede
Hempel Pipe & Supply
Jake Greer of Northwest Mechanical
The Electric Doctor; Jeff Lanum & Steve Nelson
Chris Welsh Masonry
K and J Finishing
Sampson Fence and Deck Co.
Dale and Wilma Briggs
Glass Heritage & Adrian English
John and Quintzy Liljequist
"The Cold Shop"
Two 18" Lap Grinders, One 24" Lap Grinder, Two Vertical Belt Sanders, 8" Wet Saw, 14" Wet Saw, Covington Glass Lathe, Water Lines to Each Machine
Classes held for Veterans and Youth
Hot Glass was featured on "Living Local" on our local CBS affiliate WHBF.
Hot Glass is now scheduling make your own heart classes!
Each person will decorate and help create your very own blown glass heart masterpiece!!
Please call or text 309-945-3014 to schedule an appointment!
The cost is $55 per heart!
All classes are by appointment and are first come first serve.
Each heart will take roughly 10-15 minutes.
(For example, a group of 3 will take approximately 30-45 minutes).
Appointment dates are listed below.
Saturday Jan 26th
Saturday Feb 2nd
Saturday Feb 9th
Times are available to schedule from 9am-4pm!
There will be more dates scheduled for week days very soon!
The address to Hot Glass is 104 Western Ave. Davenport, Iowa 52801.
Our glass studio and gallery are located on the west side of the building near the loading dock.
Thanks to John Miller and Alex Stisser for an unbelievable night. Our Grand Re-Opening on December 1st was a huge success! Thanks to all who attended. John Miller donated the huge pilsner beer glass to The Crawford Brew Works in appreciation to the Crawford Company and Local Plumber and Pipefitters Union Local 25 for their work during the remodel!
Open By Appointment
104 Western Ave. Davenport, IA 52801
In Back of the Davenport Printing Co. Building
(Off the Loading Dock)