Leave the Kiddos at HOME! It's Mom's Night Out!
Come paint, sip, eat, relax and bond with other Forest Hills Moms in an fun creative setting at Theatre Café! Our Moms' Night Out Pajama Paint. Sip. Eat. meetups are super fun, social-casual, acrylic paint classes designed for old friends and new ones to connect, laugh and have fun on a new creative level! All art skill levels are welcomed, especially beginners and non-artists!
Classes are generally between 2-2.5 hours, advance registration with payment is required. Be sure to wear something you wouldn't mind getting paint on since acrylic paint doesn't wash out! We also provide all supplies, smocks, a pre-menu of appetizers and 2 glasses of wine per couple!
What's Special About Our Paint. Sip. Eat Meetups...
They have a Community & Neighborhood Feel: Keeping it Local & Supporting Small Businesses is the heart of our community arts studio!
- It's located right in the heart of our beautiful Forest Hills neighborhood! No need to travel outside of the borough, take a train or drive! :D
- Paint. Sip. Eats Meetups SUPPORT & ARE SUPPORTED BY LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES. This way we get to collaborate and bring out the best of our community! And YOU get to experience friendly service and sample delicious food and drinks that are I N C L U D E D within your registration for the class! :) That's right! APPETIZER, 1 GLASS OF WINE PER PERSON & TIP IS INCLUDED! :) All materials & supplies are included.
If you decide sample an additional delicious item from the menu, the cost & tip is the responsibility of the attendee. :)
About our Sponsor & Host
Queens Connection , is dedicated to building awareness for a Healthy Lifestyle in the community. Their goal is to promote a healthy balance of the mind, body, and spirit. We will start our evening with a mindful intention of letting go of inhibitions, so we can invite creativity, love and community within our space! :)
Theatre Café The Queens Historical Society gives the Cinemart, a.k.a. Theatre Cafe, the distinction of being the oldest continuously operated independent theatre in the borough. Built in 1925, Cinemart began life as a 1500 seat single screen showplace called Metropolis but soon renamed the Inwood. Cinemart is the last of a generation of independent neighborhood theatres. The latest addition is a cozy café-lounge with a working fireplace where patrons can enjoy light meals and beverages while waiting for the movie to start.