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About the cause
Paint Nite once again is partnering with Acton Community Center to create another FUN event for Acton!
Paint Nite will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Community Center in support of the ongoing effort to provide a safe meeting place for our youth groups in our community.
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Unicorn Magic…OR…Leave the Horn off and it’s a Horse of Course!
Paint this Magical Beauty and make it your own.
No painting experience needed. You just bring your fun-loving friends and have a few drinks to keep the spirits high and inhibitions to a minimum, and we'll make sure your inner Picasso is unleashed.
Please note this is a 21yr old+ event.
Our fun filled night will begin at 6:00 pm. Finger Food and Munchies will be provided. Wine, beer, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.
Painting will begin promptly at 7:00 P.M, so get there early to pick your seat.
In just about two hours, while you’re sipping on a beverage our artist will guide you through a painting step-by-step. At the end of the night, take home your own unique masterpiece.
Limited Seats Available!!!!
Make you reservation before April 3rd and receive a FREE drink coupon!!
For more info. email@example.com Terry @ (661) 435-9334; or Linda @ (661) 435-1780
Acton Community Center
"With all the high technology around, it's always nice to go back to basics, getting hands dirty creating art and being creative!" Lyle studied Bachelors of Fine Arts major in Painting and Visual Communications, have held professional art exhibits and summer art workshops. He has been working for different companies as a Graphic Designer in Seattle and L.A. area since 2009. When he discovered Paint Nite, he realized he can go back to doing his first love which is painting and have the awesome opportunity to share that skill, connect with people, unleash people's inner artists, and go home with their very own masterpieces! Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. -Pablo Picasso