Paint Nite: Hometown Roanoke


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$35 per person
Event Passed

The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

A random pop-up of our Hometown Roanoke painting! Come out to AFOG Brewing Co. for a Fri-YAY night delight as we celebrate our city through paint! Promo Code: YAYNOKE for a $10 dollar discount.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called A Few Old Goats Brewing located in Roanoke, VA
A Few Old Goats Brewing

A Few Old Goats Brewing is located in the West End Flats. It's owned by a handful of local families who are all Cleveland natives. The owners chose the location because of all the outside space it has for customers. They also like being a trendsetter in this part of town, bring in food trucks to accomadate their crowds. "We absolutely love being on the West End, the West End is where it's moving to. Being part of Old Southwest will be fantastic for us, we think we're going to help revitalize this area, and we want to be a big part of that," said Tom Kincaid, a co-owner of A Few Old Goats. The brewery offers a variety of different beers for all sorts of tastes.

Your host

Yaymaker Host Kaydee "Pickle" Wertz located in Roanoke, VA

Local artist and Roanoke native Kaydee Pickle (Wertz), is always adding plenty of color! Her favorite is purple, but she pledges unending allegiance to the whole rainbow! Before the age of four, she began cultivating skills toward creating a life of Art. Receiving countless awards and 1st place honors throughout her school years, Kaydee now naturally thrives in a wide spectrum of artistry. Her passion is poured into both 2 and 3 dimensional artwork such as murals, interactive installations, landscape and portrait paintings, sculpture, collage work, card making, restoration and concept pieces, as well as event aesthetics. This range is accomplished with her knowledgable utilization of a wide variey of mixed-media. Kaydee has also served as the Art Director behind the region's beloved Happiness and Harmony Music and Arts Festival for it's duration, and continues to work within a troop of local female artists, known as "the Heartists". She is especially joyful about sharing a piece of art with everyone at Roanoke's PaintNite!!  

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