You’re Invited! Feast on the Fraser Paint Night

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Feast on the Fraser Paint & Sip Night
7:00-10:30pm     Wednesday, September 28
100 Braid St Studios, New Westminster

Tickets are on sale & space is limited!
Join us September 28th for our special edition Feast on the Fraser Paint & Sip Night. We are partnering with Central City Brewers & Distillers, The Fat Paint Company and a variety of other local merchants during Feast on the Fraser for an
unforgettable Made in New West night.

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to work with Fat Paint chalk paint our teacher will walk you step by step through the creation of a 6″ x 16″ wooden sign. We have a variety of some designs related to the history of drink in New West  as well as others like the birds on a wire family design above.  Or you can come up with your own!  You’ll learn how to use Fat Paint products to create a memorable and lasting piece that you’ll be happy to hang in your home.

The evening will take shape with carefully selected food and drink pairings by
Central City Brewers mixologist Christos and their chef Oliver:

1. Queensborough Gin Tasters paired with Gin Cured Salmon

2.Spring Into Gin Cocktail paired with Braised Short Rib

3. Perfect Gin and Tonic paired with Falafel Cakes

During the painting activity we’ll take a few breaks and guests will have the opportunity to tour our art studios and relax.
To finish off the evening we’ll be featuring:

Fratelli Bakery Biscotti
Cloud 9 Gluten-free Biscotti

Great Wall Tea Selection
Take Five Coffee

All materials & tools supplied and no painting experience is necessary.

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Feast on the Fraser

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