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Crafts & Cocktails

Tiled watercolors
Jan 23
Adult
Crafts & Cocktails
Jan 23, 2020
6:00pm - 8:00pm PST
Class date

This event is sold out. Please see the calendar to learn more about the February Crafts and Cocktails program.

Join us after work for the Nordic's new "crafting happy hour."  Recharge from your day and pick up craft supplies for an evening of creativity, inspiration, and fun!

Explore the Finnish design house, Marimekko, and collage or watercolor your own interpretation of these colorful bold prints. Craft is co-developed and facilitated by local writer, artist, publisher and producer, Anna Brones.

21 and up. Valid ID required for entry. Ticket includes craft supplies and one drink ticket.

Cost: $25 for Members; $35 general admission

Crafts & Cocktails

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Students
This event is sold out, but you can join our waitlist so you can be notified if space becomes available.

This event is sold out. Please see the calendar to learn more about the February Crafts and Cocktails program.

Join us after work for the Nordic's new "crafting happy hour."  Recharge from your day and pick up craft supplies for an evening of creativity, inspiration, and fun!

Explore the Finnish design house, Marimekko, and collage or watercolor your own interpretation of these colorful bold prints. Craft is co-developed and facilitated by local writer, artist, publisher and producer, Anna Brones.

21 and up. Valid ID required for entry. Ticket includes craft supplies and one drink ticket.

Cost: $25 for Members; $35 general admission

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