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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Update: Fat Head's Brewery to Host a Second Bob Ross Experience Paint Night Fundraiser in May

Posted By on Thu, Apr 25, 2019 at 9:40 AM

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Update: Tickets for the May 10 Bob Ross Experience, a paint night fundraiser at Fat Head's that will benefit the Cleveland chapter of A Special Wish Foundation, sold out so quickly that organizers have added a second event.

The second event will take place at Fat Head's at 7 p.m. on May 17. Tickets cost $45.

Original Post 4/15/2019: On Friday, May 10, Fat Head’s Brewery in Middleburg Heights will host the Bob Ross Experience, a paint night fundraiser with proceeds going to the Cleveland chapter of A Special Wish Foundation.

“Honoring Bob Ross through this unique fundraiser is such a fun way to raise money to help grant wishes in our community,” says Eileen Lane, executive director of A Special Wish Foundation, in a press release.

Fat Head’s Brewery and A Special Wish Foundation encourage attendees to wear their best denim outfits as they channel their inner Ross while creating their own artistic masterpieces.

Tickets to the event cost $45 plus a handling fee. The price of admission includes paint supplies, a canvas, one drink ticket and, perhaps most importantly, a Ross wig.

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