Paint Nite: Impressionist Monet Water Lilies


  • 2 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

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

Why buy art when you can fill that hole on your wall with a masterpiece made by your own hand? At an Original Paint Nite party you'll have the most fun night out AND come away with a handmade work of art. No experience necessary – our master artist Anne Woodford #TEAMCOPPLOE will guide you through all the steps to go from blank canvas to fully finished painting in just two hours, all while you share laughs with your favorite people and maybe even a glass of wine or two. See what all the fuss is about and come on out to Batch 206 Restaurant and Bar in Seattle this Wednesday night and do a little something different this week! At Yaymaker, we provide everything you need to come together and create new memories. Join us and experience the joy of a Yaymaker night out!

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A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Batch 206 Distillery (Full Bar & Restaurant) located in Seattle, WA
Batch 206 Restaurant and Bar

Opened in March 2012, Batch 206 Distillery is an 8,000 square foot distillery located in the Interbay neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. Out of 135+ distilleries in the state of Washington, Batch 206 Distillery is currently one of the top 5 independently owned distilleries in the state for both production and sales. Batch 206 Distillery is a true small batch artisan facility, handcrafting their products in small batches on a 1,000 liter, handmade custom Kothe still. For more information about Batch 206 Distillery, visit www.batch206.com and follow Batch 206 Distillery on Facebook, Twitter (@batch206) and Instagram (@batch206). Full bar, signature drinks, food and great lighting.

Your host

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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