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353 Cambridge St
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Allston, Massachusetts 02134
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 40
Teacher: David Daykin

What you'll learn in this lecture class:

Paint Nite Innovation Labs invites you to join the newest unique experiences near you. From custom ukulele making (and playing) to drone building (and flying), we're elevating in-venue experiences all over Boston.  At this Innovation Labs event, you'll gather to discuss a trending topic guided by an expert local host. With topics ranging from science to technology and the arts to local history, we're inviting you and your friends to expand your mind through education, discussion, and—as always—a little bit of humor. Your middle school science teacher was right—learning IS fun!

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  • Be in comfortable clothing.
  • Drinks are not included in the class fee; available for purchase at the bar.
  • Must be 21 and over to consume alcohol and valid ID is required.

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Cancellation and Refund:

Tickets are typically non-refundable, with the following exceptions: if we canceled the event, there is an event change (artist, date, venue, painting) and for some emergencies.

Tickets may be transferred into another event with available seating as long as the start of the event is more than 48 hours away. 

If you cancel/transfer within 48 hours of the start of an event, you incur a late cancellation fee.

If you’re unable to attend this event for any reason, we suggest you send a friend in your place (but we really hope to see you there!). The name on the ticket doesn't need to be changed, the guest attending will just need to give the name on the ticket at check in and will be all set to participate!

Emergencies:

We do understand that life can make things really difficult. We will make some exceptions to the above cancellation period for National Weather Service-issued weather advisories or medical emergencies. We do ask for as much notice as you can manage in these situations.

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Armed with entrepreneurial spirits and the vision for a new kind of nite out, Dan Hermann and Sean McGrail created Paint Nite, and Plant Nite followed soon after. Their mission was to encourage creativity, empower communities, and inspire connections (away from the screen), all while offering a new...

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