Halloween Goodies, Cookies and Crafts Drop-In ART
Friday, October 31
$12/child (with advance reservation)
$15/child at the door
(kids 1 and under are free when accompanied by paying child)
Drop in with your kids to start your Halloween celebration with an exploration of ART, including special Halloween craft projects, and cookies! Costumes encouraged; reservations encouraged but not required.
Kids’ Night Out!
Friday, November 21
December date TBA
$35/child (additional sibs $20)
Reservations required. Call or email to sign up for this fun night out!
Kids’ Night Out includes an art project, a movie, pizza and play time (the Legos are back!).
For kids ages 4 to 12.
YOU want to go out without the kids.
YOUR KIDS want to do something infinitely MORE FUN than staying home with a sitter.
Your kids want to come to The Paintbrush for Kids’ Night Out!
Tell your friends! Sign up and invite your friends to sign up!
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LAKE VIEW EAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOLIDAY COOKIE CRAWL DROP-IN ART
In conjunction with Lake View East Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Cookie Crawl, drop by The Paintbrush for three hours of open studio time … and our favorite holiday cookies! The same Drop-In ART program that you love, but longer and with cookies0! A sweet event for families to start the holiday season together. No reservations required. Just drop in! Saturday, December 6, 2014, between 1:00 and 4:00. $12/child (accompanying parents are free)
The Paintbrush will join Lakeview East again at the Nettlehorst School on Sunday, October 26, 2014 from 11am to 2pm at their annual Halloween Hoopla! Free to attend. Stop by our table to do a creative art project and say hi!
Miss Jenna guided children in the creation of Winnie the Pooh for our 2nd annual visit to Open Books. ”I just wanted to thank you for setting up crafts for Winnie the Pooh Day. The kids were so cute with their Pooh plate faces! I think it was the perfect thing to let kids wind down and have something to remember the day by. Thank you so much!” – Alice Corcoran, Open Books, 213 W. Institute Place