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Spirited Painting with Pamela Wedemeyer
September 6, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
September 6—Spirited Painting with Pamela Wedemeyer 3 –5 p.m. Bring your friends and come join us for a fun evening of painting, creating, chatting and sipping some wine at the Lowe House Project artist residency in Old Town Tubac! Absolutely, no experience necessary. This is about having fun being creative with friends while expressing yourself through painting.. This is about strictly having a relaxing and enjoyable evening. All materials, wine and atmosphere for inspiration provided. Each class will have a different fun theme, appropriate for the month. Sign Up, Show Up and Sip Up! For information, fees and registration, email Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 703-727-2867. A Lowe House Project artist in residency program playshop at 14 Calle Iglesia Old Town Tubac.
September 6 & 20 —Prose Alive 4:00-6:00 P.M. A Tubac writing group meeting regularly the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month limited writers currently engaged in writing a novel or memoir. The format is read and critique (so bring printed copy of less than 6 pages.) Group is limited to 8. For information contact Bill Stephenson at email@example.com or call at 520-878-7965.
Sept. 8—Clay Play with Potter/Archaeologist Dimity Hammon 9 a.m. –Noon A fun and informational hands-on play-as-you-go exploration of clay–from coil making in the Native American pot making tradition, finger tip pinch pots techniques of ancient civilizations, to the rolling pin slab techniques that can turn into a pitcher. Make it a family day activity. All materials and tools provided. Pre-registration required. For more information, fees and registration, email Dimity at firstname.lastname@example.org
September 19—Tubac Intergroup-7:30-9:00—What do people do in Tubac? they participate in one or more of the many study/play/volunteer/work groups. They help people in need and support community projects. They party at restaurants and bars. They socialize just about anywhere, especially while walking their dogs. But now, they can break rank and meet even more interesting people. Come give it a try, hang out, have a glass of whine, stay awake. Turn off your cell phones, differences, political talk. Turn on your curiosity, caring and communication. And why the Historic Lowe House? Because its history has always been hosting creative enterprise. The format is strictly social (so no criticizing) and bring something to share (beverage or munchies) Meets regularly every third Wednesday of the month. For information contact Bill Stephenson at email@example.com or call at 520-878-7965