Spirited Art Hosts Grand Opening And Open House Thursday

Friday, August 31, 2012

The nation’s fifth franchise, Spirited Art, has taken root in the Scenic City and on Thursday the art studio will host a ribbon cutting to celebrate its grand opening. Following the ribbon cutting, guests can enjoy light hors d’oevures and beverages at Spirited Art’s Open House.  

Everyone in attendance will receive a discount coupon toward the purchase of their first class.

Spirited Art is a creative studio that offers step-by-step painting classes for all ages and ability levels. Spirited Art offers adult classes each night of the week where patrons are welcome to bring wine and snacks and enjoy a fun, social evening. Children’s classes are offered each weekend and during school breaks. It’s a venue for Girl’s Night Out, Date Night, children’s birthday parties, and corporate team building events.

 For more information about Spirited Art and to view the online class calendar, visit www.myspiritedart.com.

Spirited Art is at 1925 Gunbarrel Road, Suite #115. 

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