How It Works
Discover and connect with our community
Find What You Want
Discover classes, workshops and activities that meet your needs.
Filter classes by location, age, time and category.
Easily Book Online
Book ahead, pay online and connect with your class host.
Easily keep track of payments, class dates and schedules.
Go Have Fun
Get SMS reminders, class notices and sync your calendar. All you have to do is show up and have an amazing time.
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The inspiration behind mudputty
You know how searching for fun activities for you and your family can take hours, and it’s frustrating when you don’t find what you’re looking for?
Well, mudputty is an easy way to find and book activities in your area, saving you time. In fact, when you use mudputty, you spend less time searching and more time doing what you love.
That’s what inspired mudputty’s founder, Raeleen Kaesehagen. As a busy mother of two young children, Raeleen discovered that the best activities in her area — for her kids, herself, and family — were the hardest to find.
She spent hours searching for the perfect class, or something fun for the weekend, only to come up empty-handed. Later, she’d hear about an amazing activity through word-of-mouth and wonder why nobody knew about it.
What’s more, she saw fantastic teachers struggling to fill classes. They wanted to share their gift with others, but the business side of teaching was time-consuming.
That’s what sparked the idea for mudputty: a central place to connect a community of people who love to learn and live their passions.
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