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  • Paint Nite teaches art skills using liquid encouragement

    Learning to paint while drinking is a growing trend to help people with little to no artistic skills learn to paint while drinking wine. More restaurants, bars, galleries and other businesses are getting in on this trend as a way to bring people in during slow weekdays.

Paint Nite teaches art skills using liquid encouragement

Learning to paint while drinking is a growing trend to help people with little to no artistic skills learn to paint while drinking wine. More restaurants, bars, galleries and other businesses are getting in on this trend as a way to bring people in during slow weekdays.
Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com