We are having a Paint Night on National Nurses Day.at Painting with a Twist in West Seneca, NY.
You will be creating a piece of art with instruction by an experienced painting teacher.
You do not need to be in the Nursing or healthcare field to attend this event.
Also, all painting skill levels are welcome.
We chose to paint the artwork titled 716 for the event to celebrate Buffalo’s resurgence.
You can bring your own beverages including alcohol and food to consume while you work on your masterpiece.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will be contributed to the Patrica Byrne Myslinski Nursing Scholarship which is given to a St. Mary’s High School graduate that is attending the Nursing program at Trocaire College. Also, there will be a silent auction at the event.
Patricia Ann Byrne was a 1965 graduate of St. Mary’s High School, and a member of the first graduating class of the Nursing Program at Trocaire College. She was a student leader in the Future Nurses Club at SMH, as well as a national leader in the nursing profession, having served at Mercy Hospital in Buffalo, and the American Red Cross in Buffalo, Chicago, Boston and Baltimore. She enjoyed Arts & Crafts in her spare time. She married SMH graduate, Norbert Myslinski, in 1970, and died of cancer in 1980.
Our goals for the event are to make sure nurses in attendance are recognized for their service, raise funds for the nursing scholarship, create great art and show everyone a fun time!