Art and wine – the perfect date night

A Date Night painting class for couples or good friends will be held April 22 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Municipal Government Building.

  • Apr. 15, 2016 12:00 p.m.

A Date Night painting class for couples or good friends will be held April 22 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Municipal Government Building.

and the event is for adults 18 year and older as there will be alcohol served.and theThe class will be taught by the instructor who teachers the introduction to water colours, acrylic painting and the taste of painting in town.

To make the painting class fun all participants will have the chance of painting the same picture, but can adapt it to their own style.

In this class they will be painting with acrylic paint.

Along with learning how to paint, participants will get to socialize with each other and possibly make new friends.

The Date Night costs $85 per couple and each person will get to paint their own picture. Each person will get one drink included in the cost.

The event is unique and gives people something different to do on a Friday evening.

“It’s a unique event where you kind of get to take a course and participate in art,” said Michelle Morrison, special events and program coordinator for the recreation and culture department for theTown of Sylvan Lake.

“It’s also a chill fun date night or you could do it as a girls night out,” she added. “It’s something different to do that’s really enjoyable, fun and unique.”

Morrison said there have been good reports on the instructor’s teaching style.

Painting the picture is what the participants will make it out to be.

Morrison said people can add as much or as little detail to the painting as they wish which may end up making it harder or easier.

“You don’t need to have painting experience to take this course,” Morrison said.

To register for the event call 403-887-2199.

reporter@sylvanlakenews.com

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