Painting it Forward
Paris of the Plains
Sunday, September 24
4:00 - 6:00PM
The only city that has more boulevards than the beautiful Kansas City is Paris itself. Come in and celebrate the exquisite Kansas City skyline with a glass of wine and friends!
This is a fundraiser for the charity Remember Betty. $10 from every seat sold will go right to them.
History of the Remember Betty Charity
After the death of his mother, Betty, from breast cancer in 1999, New Kids On The Block member Danny Wood searched for a way to keep her memory alive. During his break from NKOTB in the 90’s and early 2000’s, he partnered with well known breast cancer charities to help raise funds for breast cancer research & early detection. The return of NKOTB in 2008 gave Danny a larger audience for the story of his mother and her fight against breast cancer. Fans began walking & raising money directly for these charities at breast cancer awareness races across the US and Canada in 2009. Rallying behind their brother, the members of NKOTB created pink ribbon items to sell during their reunion tour. Using his mother’s memory as inspiration, Danny released a solo album, ‘Stronger: Remember Betty’, with all proceeds being donated directly to a well known breast cancer charity.
In 2015, unsatisfied with the status quo of larger breast cancer charities, Danny ventured out to make Remember Betty a 501c3 organization. There was an immediate and impactful rally of support from donors and volunteers who had grown weary of donations going to pay excessive CEO salaries instead of in to programs that helped their loved ones and neighbors.
Danny returned to the recording studio for the first time in 8 years, releasing “Look At Me” in January 2016. The introspective, singer-songwriter album and subsequent tour helped raise over $70,000 for the Remember Betty Foundation in just 27 shows.
We look forward to growing in 2017, both in support and in the assistance we can provide to breast cancer patients and survivors.
The Perfect Night Out
Enjoy drinks, upbeat music and hanging out with your favorite people while you paint! It's as fun for first-time painters as it is for experienced artists.
From the moment you walk in, the mood is light, the music is fun and the conversation comes easy!
Easy to Do
You don't need to be a seasoned painter — we make it easy for everyone to find their inner artist!
You'll get seats with all your friends, even if you book separately. Just tell us your friends' names when you register.
Paint Your Way
There's no rule that says you have to follow the artist's steps. It's your art, so paint it however you like!
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out our FAQs to learn more about what to expect from your Pinot's Palette experience or feel free to call the studio to speak to a member of our staff.
How do I sign up for a class?
Signing up is easy. Click the "Classes" link on the side of the page to view our calendar of paintings. Select which painting you would like to paint and click "Add Painting to Cart." Follow the on-screen directions to complete the order. Contact us at (913) 732-3768 if you have trouble completing your order and we will walk you through the process.
What is the cancellation policy?
A full refund can occur if notification of cancellation occurs at least 48 hours before the start of class. You can also have the option to put the reservation on hold for a later date or transfer the reservation to another class. If it's greater than 24 hours of the start of class, the reservation can be put on hold or transferred to another class. Loss of payment will occur if no notification of cancellation occurs or if notification occurs less than 24 hours prior to the start of class. For all private party deposits, there is a 2 week prior notice required to cancel. If it's less than that, the deposit will be forfeited, or you can move the private party to another date with at least a weeks' notice. Every party gets one date change, if a second date change is required, deposit will be forfeited. For our Project Pet classes, once a photo is submitted, there will be no refunds or transfer of reservations. If you cannot make it to the Project Pet, you can still pick up your canvas. Starting April 1st, our new Cancellation Policy is: Due to the custom nature of all of our classes, ALL reservation sales are FINAL. However, if you need to change your reservation with more than 48 hours notice to your class, we can put your reservation on hold and it can used for a future class, or transfer you into another class. If you need to change your reservation with less that 48 hours but more than 24 hours notice, you will be allowed to transfer to another class that we have posted on our calendar. If it is less than 24 hours notice, loss of reservation will occur. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
What do I need to bring to the class?
We provide the canvas, easel, brushes, paints, and apron for the class. All you need to bring are any drinks and/or appetizers you might want to enjoy! We also provide the wine glasses, corkscrews, ice & ice buckets, paper plates, napkins, and plastic ware.
Is there an age minimum for the normal public classes?
We do have kid's specific classes, but the normal public classes have the following requirements: 10 to 17 years old with a painting adult, or 18 years old and up. Please check our calendar for Family Day's, we allow children ages 5 and up to paint while accompanied with an adult. And also look for Mommy and Me classes on our calendar.
Is there reserved seating?
Yes, we have your easel set up for you at your spot before you arrive for class. If you have friends attending the class that you'd like to sit by, you can let us know when you book the class or you can send us an email (...just make sure you give us at least 24 hours notice).