Make Merry Workshop with Litte Bitte + Studio Choo East!

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Make Merry Workshop: Newport, RI

with Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails & Studio Choo East

December 6th from 6-8pm

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Calling all you jolly, happy, souls to come celebrate the season with Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails, Studio Choo East Florist, Keel Vodka and The Tavern on Broadway! Join us for an evening of creative merrymaking as you learn how to craft a delicious seasonal cocktail and a unique winter garland.

Step up your holiday décor this year by learning to create custom designs for decking your halls! Jill from Studio Choo East Florist will show you how to make a branch garland using an assortment of fragrant evergreens, berries, mossy branches, and seasonal foliage. All the supplies and materials will be provided for each student to make and take a small design home. No experience necessary.

While you are dressing up your home…your drinks could use a little sparkle too! Willa from Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails will discuss her garden-to-glass creations and demonstrate a special “wreath- inspired” recipe to make at your own holiday gatherings. Cocktails will feature Newport’s own Keel Vodka, the lighter spirit that won’t slow you down this season!

We hope you’ll join us for this very special workshop at one of our favorite Newport gathering spots…The Tavern on Broadway! Get creative with four fantastic local businesses and stay balanced with Keel Vodka this holiday season!

Workshop Details
Cost: $50 per person
Date: Tuesday December 6th, 2016
Time: 6-8pm
Location: Tavern on Broadway, 16 Broadway, Newport, RI
Contact: jill@studiochoo.com with questions
Cost Includes:
•Little Bitte cocktail demonstration and tasting
•Studio Choo East branch garland workshop including all materials and supplies to create a design to take home
•Delicious seasonal light fare provided by The Tavern
*Workshop limited to 15 students- please make sure you can attend before signing up…no refunds will be given.

**Students will make a project similar to sample photos in a smaller size.