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Santa Clarita

24201 Valencia Blvd, Space #3422
Santa Clarita, CA 91355

The Patios @ Valencia Westfield Mall

Upcoming events

Get the gang together. There’s always something fun happening at Painting with a Twist.

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Tuesday - Pretty N Pink- 50% OFF Wine Nite

Pretty N Pink- 50% OFF Wine Nite $38-$47

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Wednesday - Classic Blue Flowers

Classic Blue Flowers $37-$47

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Wednesday - Nora the Narwhal (7+)

Nora the Narwhal (7+) $28

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Twist at Home Virtual Events
Twist at Home Virtual Events
Girls Night Out

Girls Night

Sick of the bar scene? Gather your best girls for an unforgettable night with paint, wine & lots of laughs.

Date Night

Date Night

Skip dinner & and movie! Rekindle the spontaneity with a paint date with your partner.

Trivia Night

Trivia Night

From wizards and zombies to space nights and 90s coffeehouse trivia, you can find a theme night you and your friends will love. Cheers to a little friendly competition!

Paint Your Pet

Paint Your Pet

Your furry (or scaly) friends deserve some love, too! Turn your pet’s photo into a portrait with step-by-step instruction from our amazing artists.

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If you can think it, we can create it!
At Painting with a Twist, the fun is endless.

  • 300 locations
  • 1,500 Artists
  • 15,000 Unique painting events

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Charcuterie

Charcuterie Class Fun, Food, and ART! Join us Friday May 21, 2021 @ 6:30pm as we learn how to build a beautiful Charcuterie (shar-KOO-tar-ee) board. All ingredients and supplies are included , all

Painting with a Twist Comedy Night with Jason Love!

Painting with a Twist Proudly presents, Jason Love!                                In- Studio       &nb

We Are Open!

Dear Twisters, Over the past few months, we have missed seeing your faces and interacting with you in person as in “pre-pandemic” times. The only thing that kept us going was knowing it was all in

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