SES Paint Night


  • vendredi, 04 mai 2018 de 6:30 Après-midi à 8:30 Après-midi (HAR)
  • Saskatoon Unitarian Lower Hall 213 2nd Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 1N5

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Support SES and Enjoy a Family Friendly Paint Night!

Bring some friends or your family and enjoy an evening of canvas painting, guided by local artist Jan Norris. Partake in an evening of fun, and take home your creation at the end of the evening! Family-friendly drinks will be available. 

Children are welcome ages 6-years and up.



We will be recreating a painting of the Saskatchewan River. A canvas, paint, and brushes will be provided – but don’t forget to bring a paint shirt or apron to protect your clothes!

The event will include the painting lesson, fun family-friendly drinks and snacks, and a photo shoot to showcase your final product!

Adult Registration: $45.00

Children Between 6-12 years old: $35.00

All proceeds will support the important work of the Saskatchewan Environmental Society.

Please note that online registration has now ended.

There is still space & you can register at the door the night-of the event with cash or cheque! Please come a few minutes early to process your registration. See you on Friday!

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Saskatoon Unitarian Lower Hall
213 2nd Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 1N5

4 mai 2018
vendredi, 4 mai 2018 6:30 Après-midi (HAR)


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Saskatchewan Environmental Society

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The Saskatchewan Environmental Society (SES) is a non-profit, registered charity that is committed to supporting sustainable living and sustainable resource use in Saskatchewan. We work with, and on behalf of, communities, organizations, businesses and policy makers to encourage informed decision-making that moves us towards sustainability. SES’s current action areas include sustainable energy and climate solutions, water protection, resource conservation, biodiversity preservation, and reduction of toxic substances.