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Ladies Night Out – Glass Bottle Painting

Ladies Night Out, this coming Monday, July 11th, will be a unique opportunity for women from across the Denver & Boulder Jewish community to sip, schmooze, and create.

Local glass artist, Gayle Adler will demonstrate glass painting on recycled bottles and provide each guest with a bottle and materials while guiding her in creating her own design. These beautiful bottles, make wonderful vases, decanters or beverage pitchers to beautify a windowsill or Shabbat table.

Wine, cold drinks and refreshments will be served. Sushi and other menu items will be available for purchase along with my some of Gayle’s own painted glassware. This is a great night out for mothers, friends and daughters age 11 and over.

The event will take place at the East Side Kosher Deli in Denver (499 South Elm Street) from 7-9pm

The charge for the event is $25 at the door or $18 per person for those that are registered by Sunday July 10th. A special group rate of $15 per person is available for groups of ten or more also registered by Sunday.

Please note that wine will only be served to those over 21

To register for the event, call Gayle Adler at 917-837-5440, or email adlergayle@gmail.com. Guests can also register on Facebook by going to the group, “Judaciuts” and posting your rsvp on the event’s wall.  We hope to see you there!

About Gayle Adler

Gayle Adler
Gayle Adler, an artist and community educator and has taught at both the Boulder and Denver Jewish Day Schools as well as for Melton, the Mizel Museum and JCC MACC Summer Arts Academy. Gayle is the founder and director of Judaicuts, an Educational Consulting company specializing in arts integration. Gayle received her MA in Jewish Education from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and her BA in Anthropology from the George Washington University. Gayle teaches workshops in Glass Painting and Jewish Papercutting to children and adults and hopes to be moving to Israel in the Fall.

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