Paint And Enjoy A Glass Of Wine During Tropical Nouveau

. December 31, 2018.
Headworks Tour

The University Flower Shop and Bløm Meadworks present Tropical Nouveau, a new twist on the trend of painting while enjoying a glass of wine. This workshop involves learning the basics of floral design, creating your own tropical centerpiece, and enjoying Bløm’s tiki-themed cocktail while you work, converting the brewery into a tropical oasis in the middle of winter. This event is BYOC (Bring Your Own Container), so bring one for your floral arrangement that is 5 inches high with a mouth at least 5 inches wide.

$75
6pm-8pm. Wednesday, January 9
Bløm Meadworks | 100 S. 4th Ave. Ste. 110.
734-665-6037 | uniflowershop.com/workshops
Must be 21 or older

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