Creating Memories & Art in Elmira

I recently spent an evening creating, drinking and laughing on a fun night out with Wine & Design.

You don’t need to be an artist to give it a go with Wine & Design. The instructor will walk you through your project, step by step. And if your design is not quite the same as everyone else’s, that’s ok! You should make your artwork your own anyway!

Our local Wine & Design studio is located at 90 E. Market St. Corning, NY. They offer a multitude of painting and creating classes each week with a variety of designs to choose from. You can check out their schedule at You can also do like we did and schedule a private, mobile party at a location of your choice. We chose the Finger Lakes House on Water St. in Elmira, NY.

Finger Lakes House is one of Elmira’s newest hot spots. This refurbished, historic row house offers a cozy tavern atmosphere. They serve only locally crafted Finger Lakes beer and wine along with a menu of mouthwatering shareable appetizers.

We had a wonderful night snacking on a smorgasbord of delicious food, sipping beer and wine while creating our masterpieces. I will admit being in this historic building added to the creativity of the moment.

The Wine & Design instructor brings all the supplies needed to create your project so all you need to do is show up, drink up and get busy painting! You will be amazed at what you create and the the fun you will have during your two hour session. And best of all, at the end you will have a cool, new piece of artwork created by you plus fun memories to last a lifetime.

Thanks for exploring with me – Shelly

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