Color and Sip at Myers Residence
Color and Sip, a non-alcoholic evening of coloring, relaxation, conversation and networking, will be held Wednesday, July 13, 6 to 8 p.m., at the historic Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence, 194 Livingston Ave., Albany. Admission is $15 if registering by July 12; $20 thereafter.
Munch light refreshments, and create your artistically inspired image, while sipping sodas that might include Blood Orange, Capone Blue Raspberry, Avery Kiwi Pineapple Bug Barf, Sea Dog Root Beer, Jack Black’s Root Beer, and more.
Your first soda, one raffle ticket, light refreshments and one coloring sheet, shown in photo, are free with each admission. Additional sodas, raffle tickets and coloring sheets are available for purchase, as are picture frames to show off your artistry.
Visit http://undergroundrailroadhistory.org/product/become-a-member/ to become a member and be eligible to receive a 10 percent member discount for the July 13 Color and Sip.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (518) 432-4432.
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