Once you’ve stocked your home bar with intriguing local spirits, you’ll need some impressive cocktail vessels. Get crafty and make your own at Prairie Dog Glass, just inside Jackalope in Santa Fe. Owner Patrick Morrissey founded Prairie Dog Glass 18 years ago, along with a glassblowing program for his students at the Institute of American Indian Arts and Santa Fe Community College. Drop by and you can interact with various glass artists who rent space or teach at Prairie Dog Glass. Even better: Take a hands-on, one-hour supervised glassblowing workshop to create your own stemless wine glass or tall Collins glass. (Morrissey says that since stems and handles break off too easily, he recommends focusing on something that will last for years.) “When you’re blowing a piece of glass with your friends, it’s a creative diary,” he explains. “You’re creating a memory.” Reservations are encouraged. Students as young as five can participate.

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A one-hour workshop at Prairie Dog Glass costs $225. Each class can accommodate four students. 2820 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe; 505-216-1699, prairiedogglass.com