On Friday, November 4th, from 6-8 pm, Chester County Library will partner with Paint the Town to host an enjoyable Paint Night. The program will take place in person in the Struble Room of the library, and is free to attend, although there is a limit of 25 spots available. Spots will go fast so please register here or on our website as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
During the event, there will be two hours of guided painting time with an entertaining artist who will guide the group through the painting experience. Paint the Town will also provide all the supplies—all you need to bring is yourself! They have hosted team-building events for large companies such as Google, Amazon, Visa, and Comcast in addition to doing events for smaller groups and have more than 500 5-star ratings on Google and Yelp.
This program is sponsored by Chester County Library’s XYZ Committee which was formed to help develop programming for generations X, Y, and Z that is not only fun and informative, but also connects patrons of this age group with the many services that the Chester County Library has to offer (such as our wide collection of books, movies, and videogames, our makerspace and technology center, etc.) Our programs provide young adult patrons a space to connect and socialize with peers in a way that is fun, accessible, and often completely free of charge. In the past, the XYZ Committee has held trivia nights, escape rooms, murder mystery events, and other large events in the spring such as NerdCon and Crime Spree.