Winter Snow Cones
Saturday, December 30
3:00 - 5:00PM
Pine cones are the “flowers” of pine trees; there are both male and female. The male cones are near the bottom of the tree and the female cones hang at the top of the tree. The big, round pine cones that are hard and open are female pine cones. The oldest living tree is a pine/spruce in Dalarna Province, Sweden. Its' roots have been around for over 9,000 years (since the last ice age); when the tree dies (around 600 years) the roots grow a new seedling thus rejuvenating itself.
We can’t wait to have you painting with us! For your enjoyment, arrive 15-20 minutes prior to class start time so you can get your food and beverages all set up and ready for the class as classes do start on time! You are welcome to bring any food you like, as well as BYOB beer and wine. Or you may purchase beer and wine from our in studio bar. We provide the rest for you to enjoy your event - including painting supplies, aprons, plates, napkins, utensils, glassware, openers, ice, ice buckets, and complimentary bottled water (yes it really is free!) for your use.
While we welcome walk ins, We provide reserved seating for our guests who sign up in advance! So please let us know who you would like to be seated with with when you register!
In order for our guests to Paint. Drink. Have Fun, please see our FAQs for our cancellation (including winter weather) policies and age restrictions on this class.