Painting it Forward

Sea Ya Later

Sunday, June 26

6:30 - 8:30PM


per guest

Class Details

Sea ya later! Its summertime and time for some whale watching!

This week we are helping Elwyn raise some funds to support their efforts to provide services for the disabled. $10 from every seat and 10% of the bar sales from this event will be donated by Pinot's Palette-Tustin. A little history on Elwyn is below.

In 1852, when Elwyn was founded, the “mission” at Villanova University was only ten years old. Wanamakers, the first department store in the United States, would not open for another 24 years. The American Red Cross was almost 30 years away from its founding, and most people in America had never heard of Abraham Lincoln. Yet it was then that Alfred L. Elwyn joined other forward-thinking individuals to change the way in which we cared for children who have intellectual and developmental disabilities.

A physician from Delaware County, Alfred L. Elwyn, traveled to Boston in 1849 for a meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Science. While in Boston, Elwyn visited an experimental classroom for children with intellectual disabilities taught by Dr. James Richards at the South Boston Institute for the Blind. When he returned to Philadelphia, Elwyn gathered a group of notable friends and professionals to discuss the state of care for children with special needs.

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.

  • Fun Atmosphere

    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!

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    Sit Together

    You'll get seats with all your friends, even if you book separately. Just tell us your friends' names when you register.

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    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?

    Reserving a class with us is easy! Just click on the photo from the calendar online, be sure to enter how many seats you want, click add to cart and you're off an on your way! It will walk you through the reservation process.

  • How much do your classes cost?

    Our 2 hour classes are $35 per painter, and our 3 hour classes are $45 per painter. We do hold some specialty classes that can be more or less and will tell you on the class's page.

  • How do I get to sit next to my friends?

    When you make your reservation, there's a box that will ask who you want to sit next to. Be sure to put your friend's names on there so you can all sit together.

  • Is there an age requirement at the Tustin studio?

    Due to CA Liquor Laws, everyone who comes into Pinot's Palette Tustin all patrons must be 21 and up

  • What if I need to cancel my reservation?

    **Cancellation Policy: While we regret to lose the opportunity to paint with you, our Pinot's Palette cancellation policy is as follows: All sales are final and we do not offer refunds, but do offer the opportunity to come back and paint with us again at a later date with a credit. Class credits may be obtained by contacting our studio at least 48 hours in advance. Your seats are transferrable but you must contact us at least 3 hours in advance of your event to change the name(s) of any attendees. No Shows result in NO class credit. The reservation can be put on hold or transferred to another class if notification is received at least 24 hours before class start time. Loss of payment will occur if no notification of cancellation occurs (no show) or if notification occurs less than 24 hours prior to class start time.

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