Paint Nite: Beach Please Faux Wood Sign
The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist
Grab your friends and unleash your inner artist at the Original Paint Nite. You’ll go from a blank canvas to a masterpiece of your own, with plenty of laughs along the way. Guided by a talented and entertaining artist, you'll be amazed at what you create, and how much fun you have doing it.
Yaymaker events give you everything you need to get up, get out, and get making! Instruction is provided by an expert host, so no experience is required, and everything you need is supplied. Grab your friends to paint, plant, tinker, and build—and give your week something to shout about.
Welcome to The Leprechaun Inn where you can enjoy great service and one of the coldest pints in all of Utah. The Leprechaun Inn was established in 1980 as a tiny 450 sq. ft. neighborhood bar, and though bars have come and gone, the Leprechaun Inn remains one of best neighborhood bars in the valley. The bar is now four times its original size with a covered patio which has two fireplaces for the winter, several fans for the summer and a giant HDTV for today's game. Please note: Paint Nite is only for adults age 21 and older. Adult language and content may be used. This is NOT a BYOB event. Drinks, food and gratuity are NOT included in the ticket price. Your preferred drinks and/or food are purchased directly from the venue on the night of the event. Thank you.
#TeamMarian I was born into a creative family where I learned an appreciation for art and music from an early age. I've always been fascinated by the stories that can be told by the most mundane or unrefined objects and the rooms that they're in. This, along with my love for film and television led me to Broadview Entertainment Arts University, where I got my BFA in Entertainment Design. I bring my love of history, architecture, design, and painting together to help give life to stories, using my background with painting and sculpting along with digital tools like 3d modeling and digital matte painting. I think that there is an artist in everybody, and that the value in creating is found mostly in the process, and not just the final product. "In painting, you have unlimited power. You have the ability to move mountains. You can bend rivers. But when I get home, the only thing I have power over is the garbage." -Bob Ross