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Edmond studio hosts etiquette classes



If you or your family suffer from bad manners, see Ms. Sniketywiggins for any and all remedies. Her tea party at Unpluggits Playstudio, 575 Enterprise Drive, Suite 110 in Edmond, will transform any rude little girl or boy into a refined guest fit to have dinner with the queen.

There to crash every tea party with bad examples is Ms. Snikeywiggins' cousin, Ms. Snippetywicked, said Elizabeth Barnes, a studio spokeswoman.

"Ms. Snippetywicked comes in and burps and puts her feet on the table," Barnes said.

While Ms. Snippetywicked keeps giving bad examples, Ms. Sniketywiggins will teach boys and girls about good manners, such as saying "please" and "thank you," nuances of napkin use and lessons about friendship, sharing and caring, Barnes said.

"It's simple etiquette rules that everyone should know," she said.

Since it's a tea party, Ms. Sniketywiggins will arrive dressed in her party best, and fancy hats will be provided to her guests. Barnes said a snack will be served at the end of the party, which uses lemonade instead of tea.

The tea party is free with admission to Unpluggits, an indoor playground and craft studio for kids of all ages. Unpluggits features painting, Play-Doh, chalk tables, games and costumes for dress-up. While the kids play, adults can enjoy free Wi-Fi, she said.

"Kids should go (to the tea party) because they would love to meet Ms. Sniketywiggins," Barnes said. "She's old-school. She's proper, prim and she's a lot of fun."

The tea party is 4 p.m. each Thursday at Unpluggits Playstudio. For more information, call 340-7584.

"Jamie Birdwell

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