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Paint Along with the Painted Ladies!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: “Paint Along with the Painted Ladies” at The Palmer in Cuba, NY.

For more information or to schedule an interview, contact Theater Manager Michele Conklin at (585) 209-5512.

On Tuesday, March 20th at 6:00-8:00 PM come and “Paint Along with the Painted Ladies”!  Cost for the class includes Supplies to complete a Painting.  Beer, Wine, Soda & Coffee will be available for purchase along with Cheese & Crackers.   The Painted Ladies (Carol Shaffer, Lou Conklin, Patty Simard & Leslie Haggstrom) will be setting up their Painting Exhibition which will be open to the public Monday – March 19th and running through Monday – April 16th.  The Palmer will be open for viewing Monday – Saturday 10 am – 4pm and during any of our shows or events.  (Palmer Opera House, 12 W Main St, Cuba. 6:00 PM $20.00)

The Palmer Opera House in Cuba is a vintage theater located in Cuba, New York.  This historic theater is steeped with rich character and details of another era.  Palmer Opera House was built in 1867, but after a long and rich history it fell into disrepair.  Restoration began in 2006 by the “Cuba Friends of Architecture”, the nonprofit organization charged with maintaining the historic venue.  Proceeds from this event will benefit the ongoing maintenance and upkeep of this historic venue. (Palmer Opera House, 12 W Main St, Cuba.)

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