Join Bottle & Bottega and Tolino Vineyards for a Painting Party at EASTON PUBLIC MARKET (325 Northampton Street, Easton)! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Step-by-step painting instruction provided by one of our local artists. When you sign up for this event you automatically get entered into our raffle to win a $10 gift card for Easton Public Market!
Ticket price includes 16 x 20 canvas, instruction, aprons for use during event and all paint supplies! Also, there will be live music in the Market throughout the evening.
BONUS! First Glass of Wine from Tolino Vineyards and Charcuterie & Cheese Plate from Olive with a Twist included in the ticket price!
Check-in & Reception: 6:00 - 6:30pm
Painting: 6:30 - 9:00pm
PARKING: Metered Public Parking Lot North Fourth St. between Church St. & Spring Garden St.
Metered Street Parking until 8:00pm
Pine Street Parking Garage behind 27 S Third St. (enter off Pine St. between South Third and South Fourth Sts.) 5pm to 5am: $1.00 flat rate
South Third Street Parking Garage behind 123 S Third St. (enter off South Third St., across from the gas station) 5pm to 5am: $1.00 flat rate
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Because alcohol is present during our events, we restrict attendance to adults 18 and over. Alcohol consumption is permitted only for adults over 21. Please have an ID available.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Cancellations made within 12-48 hours are subject ONLY TO A CREDIT towards another event. Cancellations made within 12 hours of the event are not subject to a credit or refund. We are sorry but there will be no refunds on no-shows.
**INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY: If Bottle & Bottega cancels the class you will receive a FULL REFUND or CREDIT towards a future event. If Bottle & Bottega is open but you are unable to get to us you may transfer your reservation to another class but must call us 6 hours prior to the class or the above Cancellation Policy remains in effect.**
This event is NOT BYOB. Food and drink is purchased from Easton Public Market until 7:00pm.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
*bot·te·ga [boh-TEY-guh]: the studio of a master artist, in which students learn by participating in the work.