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Ladies Night DIY Buffalo Pallet Art with StudioHue Craft Parties

In 2015, a new traveling arts studio hit the road. StudioHue is a DIY craft party that can set up anywhere, although it specializes in restaurants and bars. According to a recent news release, over the last year the company has “entertained 1,100 guests, painted 502 Buffalo-themed pallets, etched 403 glasses, stuffed 155 Buffalo pillows, and created 1,448 custom coasters.”

Now StudioHue is teaming up with Rusty Nickel Brewing Co. (RNBC) for a DIY Buffalo Pallet Art Event on Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 pm. The event coincides with with the launch of RNBC’s All Female Brewed Estrogen Ale (learn more). 

RNBC’s FemALE Brew Series is the first WNY all FemALE designed, brewed, marketed and sold beer – 20% of all proceeds will be donated to the Breast Resource Center at Roswell Cancer Institute.

“As a women-owned business, we thought it would be a natural fit for us to partner with them and celebrate the release of their newest brew that empowers women,” said Christine Sugrue, StudioHue Co-Owner.

Co-owner Alicia Hark stated, “When we started StudioHue, we wanted to give people an alternative to just going out to dinner. We wanted to offer a way for friends to get together and socialize while doing something creative.  We love partnering with Rusty Nickel Brewing Co. because they’re always adding new events, plus it’s a great venue with a lot of character.”

The cost of the two-hour class is $25 per person and pre-registration is required online at

Ladies Night DIY Buffalo Pallet Art with StudioHue Craft Parties

Thursday, September 29, 2016 | 6:30 pm

Rusty Nickel Brewing Co. | 4350 Seneca Street | West Seneca, NY 14224 | (716) 608-6155

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