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Kayla's Creative Art Studio & Perugina Chocolate Event


BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ -  Art, chocolate and wine - a perfect trio!  World famous Perugina Chocolates is teaming up with Kayla's Creative Art Studio in Berkeley Heights for a special night of chocolate, wine and painting! on Friday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.

Join us for a guided chocolate tasting and sample some delicous Perugina Chocolate while you create your own masterpiece  Perugina has been making chocolate in Italy for over 100 years and Kayla's Creative Art Studio has created this special 'Venice at Dawn' painting for the event.

The painting represents the romance of Italy as well as the history of Perugina's most famous confection the Baci (i.e. Kiss). 

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Chocolate, wine and painting are such a fanatastic combination and Kayla's is looking forward to hosting this amazing, delicious and creative night out. It is going to be a terrific event that you won't want to miss.  Limited seats and they are going fast!

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Check out what Perugina has to say about Kayla's.

Kayla’s Creative Art Studio is Central New Jersey’s premiere upscale Paint and Sip Studio. You bring your favorite adult beverages and snacks and we supply the atmosphere and fun.  Enjoy an amateur-oriented painting class on canvas in a great social venue. We provide step-by-step painting instructions. No experience required!   We supply all art materials, aprons, and great music. We offer two and three-hour painting events. Kayla’s  also provides  glasses, plates, utensils, corkscrews and ice along with a refrigerator and microwave for your use. We even offer complementary coffee, tea and bottled water.   We have plenty of parking for all your guests.

Call us (908) 516-2670 or email and make your party a party to remember!  Create your memories at Kayla’s Creative Art Studio.

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