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Downtown Happenings: Paint Night at T-Salon Cafe

Paint Nights Hosted by Freddy at the T-salon Cafe House. Art Instructors provided by The Studio.

Freddy is opening his doors and welcoming The Studio artists for Paint Nights on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 7-9pm.

Join T-Salon Cafe House on 245 Main Street for a fun night out as they paint a simple flower that can be done as a single canvas, a couples canvas or a family of four.

If you ever painted in The Studio with Ginger, you are going to love painting with her at the cafe.

T-Salon Cafe House offers more room, plus you can purchase food and drinks while you paint.

Beer & wine will also be available.

Registrations is requested but not required.

For more information and ticket purchases click here.

Are you holding an event downtown? Email it to mike.uchalid@BristolRoundup.com.

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