The Arts Center's Social Media drinks-and-art series is back for the fall

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There's a new slate of dates for the popular "Social Media" drinks-and-art series at the Arts Center of the Capital Region. And the scheduled has been bumped up to two dates per month, the first and third Tuesday of each month.

Each night pairs a cocktail or season beverage with a different art form. The upcoming schedule ranges from figure drawing to pottery to salsa dancing to cupcake decorating.

Dates in the past have filled up, so claiming a spot earlier rather than later isn't a bad idea. Here's a quick look at the upcoming schedule...

The events are from 5:30-7:30 pm. Tickets are $35. Pre-registration is required.

August 15: Urban Sketch & Sangria

September 5: Figure Drawing & French 75

September 19: Autumn Decor & Hard Cider

October 3: Pottery & Mudslides

October 17: Jewelry & Moscow Mules

November 7: Salsa & Paloma

November 21: Foliage Painting & Cider Mimosas

December 5: Holiday Jewelry & Mulled Wine

December 19: Cupcake Decorating & Spiked Eggnog

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