Slate Valley Museum Sip and PaintGranville, NY – The Slate Valley Museum will host its spring session of Sip & Paint on Slate on Friday, April 28 from 7-9pm.

This event is the second of six unique, stand-alone sessions that the museum will offer this year. Painters use a slate tile sourced directly from the Slate Valley as their canvas and create their own painted works with step-by-steps guidance and encouragement from art teacher Darcie Parrott. For this workshop, attendees will paint a colorful Rainbow Trout.

Pre-registration for Sip & Paint on Slate is required. Tickets are $40 per person and include all art materials, one beverage ticket, and a selection of delicious, locally and regionally sourced snacks or finger foods. This month's event will feature foods donated by Consider Bardwell Farm, B&G Foods, Vermont Creamery, Argyle Cheese Farmer, BJ’s Warehouse, Lactalis American Group/President Cheese, Nuns of New Skete, and Walmart.  A variety of alcoholic drink options have been donated by Adirondack Winery, Empire Winery, Slyboro Cider House, Slate Town Brewery, and the Liquor Stop. A selection of non-alcoholic options will also be available. Anyone planning to consume alcoholic beverages should come prepared to show a valid ID.

Space is limited. Those interested in registering should contact Museum Associate Wendy Bordwell at 518-642-1417 or 

The Slate Valley Museum is currently closed for the season and will reopen for walk-in visits in May. Programs, tours, and research appointments are available by request. The museum is located at 17 Water Street in Granville, NY. More information is available on its website, The museum also has pages on Facebook and Twitter - @SlateMuseum.