FAQ

What’s Sesh?

Sesh hosts fun, non-technical educational group experiences sharing the passion and expertise of the Boston community with interested adult learners. Sesh classrooms are bars, breweries, co-working spaces, even outdoor markets and harbor cruise ships. Sesh hosts are local professionals or hobbyists with expertise in a variety of fields -- chefs, sommeliers, artists, crafters, and more. Sesh students are curious adults who believe learning continues long after graduation.

How do I book a Sesh?

Sesh is a great way to jump into a new hobby or improve your skills. It’s like a night at the bar with friends where you also learn something new. Single-session classes don’t require a multiple week commitment, so they’re easy to fit in your busy schedule. Prices are kept as inexpensive as possible, and drinks may be included in ticket prices or purchased separately.

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Can I host a Sesh?

Yes, Sesh provides a platform for local experts and up-and-coming brands to share their knowledge with passionate learners. Develop a top-notch experience and take advantage of our venue booking, marketing, ticket sales, and audience management tools.

Apply to host a Sesh here.

Can my entire company do a Sesh?

Yes, Sesh is the perfect corporate team-building exercise, bringing together your staff to learn and socialize together in a casual environment. For more information on team-building Seshes, email us here.

Can I sponsor Sesh?

Yes, you can sponsor a Sesh or series of Seshes to bring awareness of your brand to an audience of passionate millennial Bostonians. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, email Sesh here.

How do I contact Sesh?

Please email us with any other inquiries at hellosesh@thebostoncalendar.com or follow us on Instagram at @hellosesh.