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Family Fun: Women's History Paint Night

The Inclusion and Diversity Committee of the Parents' Association of P.S. 144 invites you to a virtual paint night on Saturday, April 17 to celebrate the Women’s History Month!
Join us for an evening of fun for the whole family!
Led by local artist Nicola Johnson of Elle & Eva, this family-friendly event will celebrate Women's History Month with a painting of inaugural poet Amanda Gorman.
* When: Saturday, April 17
* Time: 6-8pm
* Where: via Zoom call from the comfort of your home!
* Suggested donation: $5/family
* Materials: You can supply your own materials OR purchase a supply kit from the artist. Supply kits are $20. See PDF for more details on materials.
Donations will cover the artist's fee for the session. Funds raised beyond the cost of instruction will go to the PA to support our children and teachers.
Please register by April 12 if purchasing supply kits to give enough time for distribution, or by April 15 if providing your own supplies. Kits will be available for pickup at PS 144 after school the week before the event.
If your family would like to participate but cost is prohibitive, please email Siobhan Kyne, Parent Coordinator:
Questions? Email the PA's Inclusion & Diversity Committee:





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