Paint Nite: Madrona Cove

  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$39 per person

The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Make a masterpiece out of your night out! Grab your friends and join us this week for an Original Paint Nite party. Our talented local artist Jack Fitzmorris will guide you through all the steps to create your chosen painting in under two hours. You won't believe what you can do! No experience necessary. Yaymaker events give you everything you need to get up, get out, explore your creative side and make YAY!

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Paragon Bar & Grill located in Northridge, CA
Paragon Bar & Grill

The goal of Paragon Bar & Grill was to create a place in Northridge that would give the feel of going to Hollywood or Downtown, without the long drive or potential pretentiousness. Everything we do here at Paragon Bar and Grill is prepared fresh, from our handmade cocktails, to our snacks and all of our food. Our menu was created by executive chef Greg Schroeppel. Greg has  worked with Wolfgang Puck and has done a great job putting a menu together for you. Our goal is to provide the best service, drink and food in the Valley. “Great Bar, Great Food” Here you can find great American food available for delivery or takeout. Contemporary venue for inventive American fare, bar snacks & a wide range of beer & craft cocktails.  NO MINORS UNDER AGE 21 ALLOWED (minors will be turned away) Paragon Bar & Grill 8319 Louise Ave, Northridge, CA 91325 (818) 996-3353  Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-2am Sat-Sun 10am-2am  

Your host

Yaymaker Host Jack Fitzmorris

By day, Jack is a professional storyboard artist and illustrator for film, commercials, and comics. But when night comes, it’s time to paint! With experience teaching both adults and children, he loves seeing people discover new forms of expressing themselves through art. In addition to painter and illustrator, Jack is also an experienced actor, who you may spot in the occasional commercial, indie film, or failed television pilot. He feels strongly that while there are many different ways to paint, there is definitely no “wrong” way, and that above all, you should have fun!