Just a reminder that THIS coming Monday, May 8th is our Monthly Paint Night!

 

Just $10 per participating painter includes all materials needed and a slice of pizza, snack and water.

 

 

 

Great night and fun for everyone of all ages.  This is a Canvas & Acrylic Paint based event, so the suggested minimum age is about 7yrs. (able to follow step by step instructions, patient and have the fine motor skills).  Children 10 and over do best.  Teens, Parents, Friends, Girls Night Out, Mom’s and Daughters, Grandparents, Families, Couples, Singles etc. 

 

All ages and artistic abilities are encouraged to try out what everyone is talking about!  You will have fun and leave with a masterpiece of your own – GUARATEED!!!

 

 

 

Attached is the picture we are doing and the registration form for your convenience.

 


We typically sell out EVERY MONTH… but we do have about 12 more spots open this time, so here is your chance!

 

 

 

You may pick up and drop off registration forms at 1117 River St.  24 hours a day – 7 days a week.  There is a labeled mailbox that has the registration forms and a locked mailbox beside it for returning them.

 

 

 

For more information do not hesitate to call me directly, 401-767-9287 

 

 


 

Makes for a Great Mother’s Day Event and Gift!!! 

 

 

 

June date will be announced that night!  

 

 

 

Elizabeth Kerrigan

 

Director Parks & Recreation

 

City of Woonsocket

 

1117 River Street

 

Office: 401-767-9287

 

Fax: 401-769-7834

 

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Woonsocket Parks & Recreation

 

 

 

Paint NightS May!!!

Monday, May 8th

1117 River Street ~ Woonsocket

 @ the Highway/Parks & Rec. Department

 

 

 

Cost is $10 per Participating Painter

 

 

 

Your NAME:  ________________________

 

Address: ____________________________

 

Phone: ___________________________

 

Email: ____________________________

 

Names & Ages(of Kids)Painters: ______________________________

 

______________________________

______________________________

 

Picture Choice(s): ______________________________________ 

 

Total # of Painters: ________

Amount Enclosed: _________

 

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Take the Poll to Vote for which Picture to Paint!!!  

 

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