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Merry Monet Star Wars Painting and Music

Alright y'all, we're gonna mix it up a little here! We'll paint this Star Wars spacescape, in the style of Van Gogh, while at the same time drinking beers and also listening to the authentic sounds of local indie funk jazz band The Indigenauts. (Plus, the drummer is really cute.) Never painted before? No problem! Merry Monet will teach you step-by-step how to paint your very own intergalactic painting. Tickets are $40/person and include ALL art supplies and instruction. Beverages and food are available for purchase at the bar.

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