Paint Nite: Garden Path of Colors


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$37 per person
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The Original Paint Nite: Unleash your inner artist

Create your night the Paint Nite way – with fun, drinks, tunes, and a whole lot of color. Choose your favorite painting and come on out for a rocking paint and sip party! No experience necessary - our local artist Anne Woodford #TEAMCOPPLOE will guide you through all the steps to go from blank canvas to masterpiece. Come out early to The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits, Renton for an extra glass of wine and a bite to eat and make a night of it! Yaymaker events are a great way to connect, create, and make space for extra YAY in your week.

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The Rock Wood Fired Pizza & Spirits, Renton

The Rock is edgy, gritty and all about good ol’ classic rock. Great pizza, unique micro brews, and our world famous Buckets are only some of the reasons we have found success with our fans. So go ahead, come on in and check us out! 1995 marked the first year The Rock opened up in Tacoma as a local pizza joint. Our gourmet hand-tossed pies and unique atmosphere made the rock a staple in Tacoma and earned the company recognition as America’s Number One Independently Owned Pizza Chain by Pizza Today Magazine. After almost 20 years The Rock’s Nationwide Hell Yeah Tour has produced numerous locations across the Pacific Northwest and into Canada. With corporately owned locations across Western Washington, Colorado, Alaska, and Texas, we also have franchise locations in Oregon, Washington and Canada, with additional development and expansions plans in the works for the near future. Menu Website          

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Yaymaker Host Anne Woodford #TEAMCOPPLOE located in Seattle, WA

Anne is a native Seattleite and has been on an artistic journey most of her life. Even as a child, she was creative and had a knack for expressing herself through the arts.  This continued at the University of Washington, where she majored in cultural anthropology, specializing in Northwest Coast native cultures, and a minor in fine arts.  Working with Native artists to cross cultural and predisposed artistic boundaries, Anne rediscovered her love of painting.  As she began her creative journey again, Anne found that painting offered a peace and healing in her life.  She loves being able to connect with and help other people express their creative passions.

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