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Paint and Sip with The Canvas Roadshow

Date/Time

Feb 28, 2014
06:30 PM

Description

Paint and sip with The Canvas Roadshow in Bedford.  We offer art as entertainment and social painting time.  You will arrive at 6:30 p.m. and get settled in with your apron, paints and materials. Then you can order beer, wine or snacks to enjoy while you paint.  Beginners are encouraged to try out this new form of fun. 

Our artists will lead you step by step through the painting process from blank canvas to masterpiece in only two hours. 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 www.TheCanvasRoadshow.com and click on the calendar.

Cost

$35

Location

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

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 943-2103

Contact email

info@TheCanvasRoadshow.com

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