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The Conversation Mixtape Date Night: Paint + Talk + Sip + Play

  • Winedown 118 State Street Madison, WI, 53703 United States (map)

Date Night Schedule -
5PM: Instructor led “Couples Cocktail Mixology Hour”
6PM – 8PM: Artist led “Sip & Stroke” (canvas and paint included)
8PM – 9PM: “Couples Quest”


(Yes, you may also pay upon arrival) 
Cover: $50 per couple // Includes: Sip & Stroke + Couples Quest + light appetizers
$60 per couple // Includes: Instructor led “Couples Cocktail Mixology Hour” + Sip & Stroke + Couples Quest + light appetizers

 

Host: Conversation Mixtape Creator + Motivational Speaker, Sabrina “Heymiss Progress” Madison

Event Details: An evening of conversation, includes a lively hands-on cocktail mixology hour, instructor lead canvas painting, and activities to explore creating and sustaining a healthy relationship.  You and your partner/date will end the night with new perspectives to help build/strengthen your relationship.

Venue: Winedown

Address: 118 State Street, Madison, WI 53703

Crowd: Couples // Yes, if you're not in a relationship you may bring a date. (21 and up)

Dress Code: Casual

Cover: $50 per couple // Includes: Sip & Stroke + Couples Quest + light appetizers

$60 per couple // Includes: Instructor led “Couples Cocktail Mixology Hour” + Sip & Stroke + Couples Quest + light appetizers

Register at: https://datenightmixtape.eventbrite.com

Contact Information: heymissprogress@gmail.com

Twitter: @convomixtape

Instagram: @theconversationmixtape

Facebook: The Conversation Mixtape

Hashtags: #theconversationmixtape #mixtapedatenight

 

FAQs

Which forms of payment are accepted? 

At the venue, cash & credit/debit only.  No checks please. 

 

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Yes, guest must be at least 21 years of age. 

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

heymissprogress@gmail.com 

 

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

Yes, that's perfectly fine. 

 

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