Thursday, December 5, 2013
The only thing more enjoyable than painting and wine in Denver is doing both things at the same time. Art classes can provide a great outlet for your creative side. However, they can be intimidating and difficult when you go on your own or take yourself too seriously. This is why many people opt for sipping classes, where they can let the wine take their anxieties and insecurities away, so they can focus on just having fun. Having a little liquid courage in your system can also help you to more easily relax and enjoy the full benefits of the class.
These classes offer a fun, unique, and affordable experience for everyone involved. Best of all, at the end of the night, you have a one-of-a-kind painting to take home. In most cases, the class will include approximately one glass of wine or beer with admission and every additional drink will incur a charge. Things may get a bit messy, especially after you've had a glass or more to drink, so make sure to wear paint-friendly clothes to the event.
Art and wine events are a great place to go on a first date because they can help to ease the mood, provide a unique, engaging activity, and help you to get to know each other better. They will also allow you to show how creative and unique you can be. Keep in mind that classes are typically around two hours in length, so you may need to budget your time accordingly with your new date. Most classes offer snacks along with the drinks, but you may want to call ahead to verify, so you can determine if you need to make dinner plans or not.
Classes that involve painting and wine in Denver are best enjoyed with friends or in a group. This can provide the perfect event for a bachelorette party, birthday, or any excuse to get together with friends and display your creative abilities. If you will be taking a large group, call the studio ahead of time to see if they offer any group discounts.
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