Creative Passions 1
203 Pearl St., Chesaning, MI 48616
Mailing: 203 Pearl St., Chesaning, MI 48616
Creative Passions 1 opened in 2005 and is located at 203 Pearl St. This 125 year old church has been renovated to include a restored front entrance and updated amenities, while keeping the original stained glass windows and charm. With a ramp into the building and all work areas on the main floor, you can easily wheel in all of your supplies and maneuver around the handicap-accessible facility.The main floor includes two bedrooms with two twin beds each, work area, kitchen, dining area, and two full bathrooms. Upstairs includes a small sitting area with TV, and three bedrooms that each have three twin beds. We provide shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion and hair dryers in the bathrooms. The kitchen is fully stocked with bake ware, cookware, crockpot, blender, toaster, hand mixer, plates, utensils, glasses, coffee maker, Keurig (you supply pods) and paper products. Purified water is also provided. A continental breakfast is provided each morning of your stay which includes coffee, tea, hot chocolate, milk, orange juice, oatmeal, cereal, bagels, cream cheese, margarine, and jelly. For those who do not want to cook, Riverfront Grille offers catering for a special price to our CP guests. More info can be found HERE.CP1 has 14 stations with five to six feet of work area per person. Each station is provided with a comfortable chair, table light, drink holder and trash container. There is a TV and DVD player in the work area as well as WiFi throughout the building.Outside there is a patio table and chairs, gas grill and gas fire pit for your use.For our quilters, two ironing boards and irons are set up for your use. One table is set up for cutting with a mat available for your use. If you need more than two irons or one cutting mat, please bring additional ones for your group to use. Please bring your own rulers and rotary cutters.For our scrapbookers, we have wireless internet access, Stampin'Up rubber stamps, and Cricut cartridges, as well as current scrapbook, rubber stamp, and card-making magazines.