Charlotte Deptford is teaching painting classes at Misty Fin’s Eatery and Lounge every second Wednesday throughout the summer.

Try your hand at painting

Sip & Dip Painting Parties at Misty Fins

Do you ever find yourself looking for something different to do in Campbell River that is just outside the usual?

Have you ever wanted to bring out your inner artist but don’t know how to start?

Are you looking for something fun to do with friends or your significant other but can’t find the right medium?

Well look no further.  Misty Fin’s Eatery & Lounge has teamed up with artist Charlotte Deptford to bring you an art class where you get to step into the driver’s seat.

They supply everything you will need to create your own work of art at the Sip & Dip Painting Parties (Sip your drink and dip your paint brush).

The first class was on June 8 where 14 ladies followed Charlotte’s instruction to paint a wine bottle with two wine glasses.

The classes will be held every second Wednesday and hold a max of 20 people.

You can view the scheduled pieces to be painted at Misty Fin’s, on their Facebook page, or at mistyfins.com under their events calendar.

Book your spot today and let out the Picasso in you.

Cost will be $40 per person.

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