Valentine's Couple Night With Paints & Wine, Cheese, Cupcake Tasting
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All offers for Valentine's Couple Night have expired.
The last date listed for Valentine's Couple Night was Friday February 14, 2014 / 6:00pm.
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Create your very own Monet-inspired masterpiece at this fun Paint It Pink fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Rally for the Cure. Let out your inner artist as you paint a work inspired by French Impressionist Claude Monet. Bring your own food and wine for picnic-style dining as you paint, nosh and socialize the night away. It's an evening of great art and great fun -- and all for a great cause. Learn More
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Featured review from Paula Sugarman
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It was fun in spite of being pretty disorganized. Understandably, it was difficult due to the last minute location change. But the lack of preparedness seemed to go beyond the change of venue. It looked like the event was overbooked. The organizers kept adding tables and people and we had to remind the staff that we were missing brushes, easels, water and paint. It also would have been very helpful to have an example of what we were supposed to paint. Somehow, without mention, we were supposed to know that we should refer to the image on our smart phones as the teacher led us through step by step. I would say the event barely lived up to its promise of wine and cheese pairings, appetizers and cupcake tasting. The snacks and libations were slim at best. Fortunately, we had a feeling they were over promising so weren't too disappointed. Had we paid the full price of $50 per person, we would have been really upset. A hundred dollars can buy a really nice dinner somewhere. At half price it narrowly avoided being classified as false advertising. In spite of this, we had a great time painting and observing everyone's different painting styles. Would we do it again? Well, it has potential, but if it's going to be art and food, there should be someone dedicated to each aspect rather than treating one as an afterthought. There ought to be enough food to go around and someone should be attending the table and replenishing the wine and appetizers. There ought to be paper plates and maybe even a couple of serving utensils. It will take all of this and more to live up to what was promised.
The event ends at 9:00pm.