Paint n' Sip! Chicas Latinas' Paint Night in Oak Park, Round 3
You asked for it, you got it! BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND... You're invited to Chicas Latinas de Sacramento's 3rd Paint Night Fundraiser of the year, benefiting our Annual "Starting Off on the Right Foot" Shoe Drive, and led by local Latina artist Yoli Manzo! Space is limited, deadline to register is Aug. 19 ~ funds raised will go toward the purchase of NEW shoes for the students at our 2019 sponsored elementary school! (NEW painting revealed: Como la Flor!) You will leave with a unique cultural painting created by you, and the knowledge that your $45 ticket donation will provide TWO children in need with a new pair of shoes for the school year! Good eats, drinks, company, cause, and art ~ register today, and invite a friend! #SocialGood4Glenwood | #ShareYourSole Our last 2 events this year SOLD OUT (quickly)! Check out pictures from our April and May Chicas Latinas' Paint Nights: April | May La Venadita will be offering the following eat n' drink specials to our attendees: $1 off Draft Beers 2 Tacos and a Agua Fresca 9.00 2 Tacos and a Modelo 10.00 2 Tacos and a Margarita 13.00 2 Tacos and a Glass of Wine 11.00 $5 Margarita $5 Guacamole and Chips $5 Nachos About "Starting Off on the Right Foot" Chicas Latinas de Sacramento’s Annual “Starting Off on the Right Foot” Shoe Drive efforts are in full swing! The students who attend our annually sponsored schools live in underserved communities and lack basic back-to-school supplies. An often overlooked and basic necessity — shoes. Shoes that fit, are free of holes, have intact soles, and are not a hand-me-down are a luxury item to many of the children who attend our sponsored schools. It is our goal to see that in 2019 EVERY child at our sponsored elementary school is able to start the new year on the right foot! All donations are tax-deductible (Tax ID: 46-1048619). Make a direct monetary donation here: clshoedrive2019.eventbrite.com “Starting Off on the Right Foot” History: 2014 – Hagginwood Elementary: Distributed 100+ pairs2015 – Woodbine Elementary: Distributed 400+ pairs2016 – Del Paso Heights Elementary: Distributed 500+ pairs2018 – D.W. Babcock Elementary: Distributed 500+ pairs 2019 – Glenwood Elementary School: selected as sponsored school! About our artist, Yoli Manzo: Yoli Manzo, was born and raised in the Silicon Valley. She now makes her home in Sacramento, California where she immerses herself in cultural art exhibiting muse from latin folk art such as Dia de los Muertos, Frida Kahlo and religious saints. Her signature has been described as having a very sharp edge that is admirable for a woman artist. She uses mixed media, strong colors, plenty of glitter and her edgy wit worthy of her label. Yoli Manzo and her art work, including shrines, jewelry, handbags, dolls, skulls and paintings have been featured in art galleries, television, and art festivals throughout northern California as well as internationally via the web. She is a member of the Scary Art Collective and the Northern California Mixed Media Artist group. * REFUNDS available up to 7 days before event. * Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. * RESALE tickets are NOT ALLOWED (beware of scammers) -- please contact Chicas Latinas @ Info@ChicasLatinasdeSacramento.org if you cannot attend and are no longer eligible for a refund. We will assist in confirming purchases and transfers in order to avoid scammers.
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Sacramento, CA 95817