Looking for a fun family experience?
” Bring the fam, your kid, or just yourself! Muse Family Days can be enjoyed by all. “
Relax and enjoy the experience at Muse!
Whether you are looking for a fun night out with friends or a great date night, Muse is a great way to enjoy your evening.
Grab a drink, some food and a seat at one of the easels and bring out the inner artist in you.
Muse combines professional painting instruction from local artists (no art experience needed) with an upscale wine & tapas bar experience.
Roughly translated: Brute Force – and you will feel it! This show thrives on the energy and powerful movements of its performers, constantly grabbing your attention from every direction. You will look up, down, left, right, squat and move in herds as the show comes to and around you.
You and your team are locked in a themed room for 60 minutes. By solving puzzles and putting together clues you get closer and closer to escaping. Will you be able to escape in 60 minutes?
Thanks to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey I have a Family 4 pack of Tickets to GIVEAWAY to one of my amazing readers!
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The show is March 4th, 2015 at 7pm at the Nassau Coliseum (OPENING NIGHT)
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see below for details on how you can win these tickets from Momee Friends of Long Island.
Last Night one of my best friends hosted a Paint the Town Studio Paint and Sip Party at her house.
It was the perfect Momee Friends Night Out!
Paint the Town Studio is located in Huntington on Green Street.
They do on site group art classes. If you are looking for a fun night out, this is what you should do.
The class is a lot of fun, and the artist guides you step by step through the nights featured painting.
My friend has been to the studio numerous times and enjoys it so much that she decided to have an off site party at her house.
Our featured painting was a moonlight and this is what the artist’s painting looked like: