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Cork and Canvas – Autumn Dandelion
March 31, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm$39.00
THIS CANVAS EVENT IS FOR EVERYONE!
A great design for first-time painters! It’s a fun night of Cork & Canvas night in sponsored in partnership with Whole Foods of Danbury!
It’s going to be a great time for an evening out with friends and try a fun night of paint and sip at Cork & Canvas:Autumn Dandelion at The Pottery Factory – Fairfield County’s largest premiere paint-your-own-pottery Studio.
Bring your friends along with your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and enjoy an evening of adult canvas painting! You will be given step-by-step instructions from one of our experienced and enthusiastic Creative Specialists. And you will leave with a beautiful creation that you can truly say you painted yourself!
This particular night is a benefits night, with proceeds to go to the Whole Planet Foundation – one of Whole Food’s fantastic charitable organizations which focuses on the success of local entrepreneurs worldwide.
Tonight’s canvas painting will be catered by Whole Foods of Danbury! They will be serving a classic cheese platter, vegetable crudité, their house-made guacamole and hummus with pita chips and cake from their bakery!
Water, wine glasses and bottle openers available for those that are bringing their own wine. This is a BYOB event. And since there is wine involved, we need to keep this as Adult-only event.
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the event with help in seating everyone.
Coming as a group or meeting up with multiple people? Great! Please give us a call or email and provide us with a group name (example: “Stephanie’s party”) and your total guest count and we will try to keep everyone seated together. Large groups please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of event.
We have lots of guests come dressed up for the night. That’s OK, but do remember you will be working with acrylic paints! Smocks will be provided to protect your clothing, but take this under advisement and leave the fur coat at home.