Christmas Triple Tree Lantern


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$45 per person
Event Passed

Yaymaker Innovation Labs

The Yaymaker Innovation Lab is full of surprises. You never know what you'll find inside the lab: it could be custom ukulele making (and playing), drone building (and flying), cookie decorating (and eating) or something else completely unexpected. Lab events can show up anywhere, so stay on the lookout!

Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.

Your location

Of Love and Regret

Of Love and Regret is a "Libation Cult & Kitchen" that serves as the gallery for Stillwater Artisanal. Two Baltimore masterminds with different fortes — Stillwater Artisanal Ale's Brian Strumke and Jack's Bistro's chef Ted Stelzenmuller — have teamed up for what could be Brewers Hill's most exciting bar. Try your hand at one of our many beer & wine options and enjoy some gourmet food while you do it. With an intimate interior and friendly staff, you can enjoy some drinks and dinner downstairs before heading up to our Paint Nite parties on the second floor. As a stereotypical row house restaurant & bar, you will have to climb a set of stairs. Check out our website! Parking: It is street parking, but right across the street from Of Love and Regret there are multiple spots with parking meters. 

Your host

<p>Lauren Carlo is a realist artist working in Baltimore, MD. Lauren spends her days attending the Schuler School of Fine Arts in Station North as a full time student. She studies classical realism (painting things to look realistic, but in the way of the old masters like Rembrant) and paints paintings endlessly. Lauren has a BFA in Studio Art (cough painting) from Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.&nbsp;</p> <p>Lauren actually wants to make painting and teaching painting her career. She loves it that much. She values paintnites that impart some real nuggets of information to its students. Lauren strives to keep her paintnites fun and lighthearted and has been complimented in many annoymous surveys for her patience.&nbsp;</p>

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