Would you like to unleash your inner artist? If so, then the upcoming Paint & Sip Night Fundraiser, hosted by the Franklin Woman’s Club, is for you. Paint & Sip Night, is scheduled for Friday, June 15 at Wine and Dreams, 120 Cedar Grove Lane, Somerset. (Doors open at 6:30 and painting will begin at 7PM). The $35 fee includes all supplies, instructions for painting “Tulips” plus beverages and snacks! To view the evening’s art project, reserve your spot and purchase tickets, visit: https://www.winendreams.com/product-page/franklin-women-s-club-fundraiser-6-15-18.
Brush away any fear that you’re not artistic. The talented instructors will guide you, step by step to create your masterpiece, sip by sip. Canvass your friends, family and neighbors and invite them to join in on this fun, relaxing and creative evening, but be sure to register soon, as space is limited.
Your participation in this event will raise funds to help support the operation of the Franklin Woman’s Club (FWC) which recently celebrated its 90th anniversary! The FWC, a nonprofit, nonpartisan and nonsectarian service organization, is committed to improving the community through volunteerism. In addition to community initiatives, the club also features frequent social and educational events for enrichment. To learn more about the club, becoming a member or checking out upcoming events such as the Wine Tasting at Old York Cellars (Sunday October 7), visit www.franklinwomansclub.com, email inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (732) 844-9002. To follow the club’s activities on Facebook visit: http://www.facebook.com/.franklinwomansclub.
Franklin Woman’s Club Meetings are held at Franklin High School, 500 Elizabeth Avenue, Somerset, on the 2ndTuesday of the Month (7pm) (September through May), with some off-site meetings
The FWC is part of the General and New Jersey State Federations of Women's Clubs. The General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) is an international women's organization with over 80,000 members in affiliated clubs in every state, the District of Columbia, and more than a dozen countries. GFWC members work in their own communities to support the arts, preserve natural resources, advance education, promote healthy lifestyles, encourage civic involvement and work toward world peace and understanding.