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  • 2 hours long
  • Must be of legal drinking age to attend

C$40 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Paint the night away this week at an Original Paint Nite event. Sip drinks and share laughs with your friends, maybe dance to a few of your favorite tunes, all while you move step-by-step toward completion of your own work of art! You'll be in great hands with our master artist Carmen Maciboric who will guide you through the whole process – no experience necessary! Just grab your buds and come on out to Creekside Pub & Brewery in Regina this Thursday night and see what all the fuss is about. Yaymaker events always give you all you need to stay local and explore your creative side. Make some extra YAY this week!

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A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Creekside Pub & Brewery located in Regina, SK
Creekside Pub & Brewery

Please note this location is only accessible by stairs. Welcome to Creekside Pub & Brewery, a character neighbourhood pub which provides a relaxing atmosphere. The pub was moved from South Regina to its current location in 2000. Our joint convenience store makes Creekside a one-stop destination! Our private room is the perfect space for a party or special event.

Your host

Yaymaker Host Carmen Maciboric located in White City, SK

Carmen was born in Winnipeg, MB but currently resides in White City, SK.She is a self taught artist and has always used arts as a means to express herself -- dabbling in many different mediums over the years such as sketching, watercolour, and pottery. Although she started her University career in Fine Arts, she graduated with her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree and spent a few years being a personal trainer. However her true passion always comes back to the arts no matter how far she drifts away. She believes that art should not only be esthetically pleasing but also tell a story and make you FEEL something. Colorful and imaginative landscapes are her specialty, and enjoys combining both realism and abstract ideas in her paintings.      

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