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Mommy and Me Painting at The Canvas Roadshow- "Peace Sign"


Feb 28, 2014
01:00 PM


Mommy and Me Painting with The Canvas Roadshow in Bedford.  We offer art as entertainment and social painting time. What a great way to enjoy your day off from school together.  

You will arrive at 1:00 p.m., put on your apron, enjoy a snack or beverage and the materials will be waiting for you.  Beginners are encouraged to try out this new form of fun.  Our artist will lead you and your daughter step by step through the painting process to create "Peace Sign". In only two hours, you will go from blank canvas to masterpiece.

The Canvas Roadshow is located in Bedford right off of routes 101, 293 and 3.  We are next to The Manchester Country Club, near the Bedford Target and share a building with Just Naturals.  Parking is free.  Enroll on our website at and click on the calendar. If you sign up for two Mommy and Me sessions this week, you can join in on the third for free!




View map The Canvas Roadshow
176 South River Road
Bedford, NH

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