Paint-it in Magna
Art Class Session –
Wednesday, February 27th, 2019


Reservations Required due to limited seating.

NOTE: This event has limited seating. Sales of seats will begin at 12:00 noon on Thursday, February 7th, 2019.

Notice the “inventory” count at the bottom of this listing. Seats can only be purchased when they are showing in inventory.

This inventory will show as “Out of Stock” until 12:00 noon on Thursday, February 7th 2019, then 20 seats will show up for sale. The inventory of available seats will count down as seats sell, and will show “Out of Stock” again once those 20 seats are reserved. THANKS!

If interested in attending, please order online. Prepay by PayPal, which you can do with or without a PayPal account. If you really can’t do that, send a message to the organizers via Facebook and we’ll try to arrange alternative payments if seats are still available.

(See the “live inventory” at the bottom of this description to find out if any seats are still available, as there might be updates to this listing.)


See more details about the ongoing Paint-it in Magna program, as well as other local arts programs at the Facebook page of the Magna Arts Council at: https://www.facebook.com/MagnaArts (You do NOT need to have a Facebook account to view that.)

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Art to be done in this class!

Paint_It Art Classes are a program of the Magna Arts Council. They encourage and celebrate the joy of creative art by providing a pathway to help people make their own painting in a single 2-hour session.

Most sessions are taught by local artist/teacher Serenity Forschen, who creates the original artwork and step-by-step lesson plans used in each session.

Session time for THIS class was Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the Magna Library. (Other sessions may have different start times and/or durations.)

This session is best for adults and teens, but younger kids down to age 10 are OK, as long as each has a parent in the room to keep them on pace.

There is a $5 per person “Supply Fee” which includes the required supplies, along with attendance at the group instruction session. The $5 supply fee only applies to people using supplies and making art. (So a parent attending only to assist or watch their child, or to provide a ride but not making a painting is not charged.)

Included in the “Supply Fee” you get an art painting canvas to work on and keep. And you get to use all the other supplies you’ll need, like paint, brushes, easels, etc. (After the session you keep your canvas, but the other supplies stay with the event organizers for future programs like this.)