MoCA on the Move at Met Park: Happy Hour

Thursdays / 4:30pm - 6:30pm

Join us for social art making with good vibes and visiting artists every Thursday on “the green.” This program series runs June to October, and features Artist Spotlights from the artists in our community, and fun activities every week.

In addition to the art marking, Rossana will be serving craft espresso drinks and Lost Boy Cider will be serving ciders. Grab some drinks and nibbles, and try your hand at something new!

 Programming is free.

Programming runs through the end of October. Scheduling is subject to change. Follow us here details and events are updated.

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MoCA on the Move at Met Park is a series of free, pop-up art events hosted by MoCA Arlington at Met Park from June through October 2023. Join us!

Sundays: 10am – 12pm, No Experience Required
Tuesdays: 9am-11am, reCREATE Outside
Thursdays: 4:30pm-6:30pm, Happy Hour

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Programming and space generously sponsored by Amazon

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