Plant Nite: Cube Layered Stone Terrarium
Plant Nite: Dig, drink and be merry
Dig in to your creative side with an evening of gardening... Plant Nite style! Grab a couple plant-loving friends and bring nothing but your (even not so) green thumbs to Ruby Tuesday this week - Letitia Wertz #Teamsmall will guide you step-by-step toward your very own personalized tiny terrarium, or Cube Layered Stone Terrarium. Our events are always fun, always local, and always unique. Get up, get out and get making with Yaymaker!
Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.
Ruby Tuesday is driven by uncompromising freshness and quality, gracious hospitality and a growing list of restaurants destined to be the envy of the casual dining business. At Ruby Tuesday, we're fully committed to preparing and serving food of uncompromising freshness and quality - with signature choices like our premium Handcrafted Burgers and our bountiful, Create Your Own Garden Bar - and we're grateful that our restaurants are made possible by passionate employees who make it their business to delight each and every guest with an excellent dining experience. From our ongoing efforts to bring you the best menu in casual dining and the best Handcrafted Burgers anywhere, to the gracious smiles and genuine hospitality that greet you at our doors, Ruby Tuesday wants to make our Simple Fresh American Dining your favorite dining anywhere.
Letitia was born in Pennsylvania where she found art at a young age and fell in love with arts and crafts. From that moment on, she was consumed with the idea of painting, drawing, sculpting, and arts n crafts. Letitia loves being outside and absorbs everything to fuel her passion for art - whether it's trees, blue skies with fluffy white clouds, sunsets, animals or people. She attended Bradley Acadamy for the fine arts at which time she became pregnant with her first child. Complications lead her to being homebound which ended her pursuit of her degree. A few years later, she tried again at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, but being a full-time mom took priority and she fell short of that degree. She pursued art, still doing countless pieces for friends, family, and clients. She also dabbled in psychology and child development while raising her second child, a daughter. As life settled, she obtained a degree in interior design from Penn Foster. She also has a love for soccer which led her to coaching for four years. Helping people and doing what she loves is something she is happy to be doing here at Paint Nite and can't wait to create a fun lasting memory.