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HSC Wellness Offering Painting Class

Are you interested in a painting class?

Painting Class Registration Now Available

  • Class is on March 7th, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Location is Happy Heart Bistro
  • Cost is only $20.00 per person

How to Enroll

Space is limited so enroll early. Here are the details on how to enroll:

  • Create an account online through SignUpGenius (which only takes a few minutes).
    • Please be sure you sign-up with your HSC email address to receive additional instruction on for the classes. If you’ve created an account in the past, you do not need to create an additional one.
  • Here is the direct link to enroll:
    • Canvas Painting:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080D4CAAAF2AA3FF2-painting

Once all slots are filled, you will see one of these three messages “ALL SLOTS FILLED,” “NO SLOTS AVAILABLE” or “there are no remaining slots available for this item”.

Please Note: Full payment for the class and necessary paperwork must be completed by Friday, March 1st at 5:00 p.m. Once enrolled in the class, you will receive additional information on payment, paperwork and class details.

What You Can Expect at the Paint and Sip:

Come and paint with us! In two hours, you will create your own painting that is sure to be a work or art you will be proud to show off to everyone! You will only need to follow the artists' direction at the front of the class. Appetizers will be served during the class at the Happy Heart Bistro.

Please feel free to check out the HSC Wellness page by clicking the following link:https://hsc.unm.edu/about/wellness/index.html

Brought to you by the HSC Wellness Program

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