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6 Ways to Celebrate Galentine's Day in Newport News

What is GALentine’s Day, you may ask? According to its founder, Leslie Knope of Parks & Recreation fame, it’s “Ladies celebrating ladies.” Show your BFFs how much you care by planning a special get-together in Newport News to unleash their creativity. After all, “Girls just wanna have fun!”

    1. 1. AR Workshop 

    2. With the help of staff members, you and your friends will follow step-by-step instructions to create unique and customized home decor pieces, such as wood planks, framed signs, canvas pillows, and canvas wall hangings.

 

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      2. Board & Brush Creative Studio

    2. This wooden sign workshop provides the materials and instructors, who will teach your group how to distress, sand, stain, paint, and customize your very own personalized pieces of art.

 

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      3. Burled & Knotted 

    2. A community workshop, this maker-space for woodworking offers the tools, service, and training you’ll need to make your own wooden masterpieces, from cutting boards to jewelry boxes.

 

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    4. Hip Innovative Studio Boutique

  2. If your group enjoys or has always wanted to try jewelry making, chalk painting, or macramé, this is the place for you. This working studio also doubles as a coffee shop and a boutique with handcrafted gifts!

 

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    5. Starving Artist Studio in Port Warwick

  2. Workshops here range from canvas, pottery and board painting to mixed media, ceramic techniques, and glass fusion. Roll your sleeves up and get creative!

 

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      6. Wine & Design 

    2. Easier than paint-by-numbers and much more fun! You and your friends will be taught to paint step-by-step from an on-site professional. Designs range from birds and beach scenes to pets and people!

Whether you celebrate Valentine's Day or Galentine's Day, we hope you have a great time celebrating friends and loved ones. The fun doesn't have to stop there! For more things to do in Newport News, click here.

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