Speed dating events kalamazoo mi
About the artist/instructor: Glenn Mc Dowell, "Every person in this miracle of a world is born with creativity flowing through their veins.It is only along the way through life experiences and trial and error, that we begin to close ourselves to the notion that we have the ability to be creative.Check out this list of 9 unusual events you'll only find at Kalamazoo Beer Week from Jan. They will allow you to to taste your favorite beers, ask questions of Michigan brewers and learn more about craft beer, all without leaving Kalamazoo. Bell's Pineapple Express Beer Dinner: Set for 7 p.m. Attendees will taste four Bell's beers: Roundhouse IRA, Two Hearted Ale, Kalamazoo IPA and Special Double Cream Stout paired with food, including coconut shrimp with pina colada sauce, Hawaiian pizza and hop brownies. Attendees will sample a variety of beers at all locations. Twenty women and 20 men will have the chance at speed dating with a twist. This tour, hosted by West Michigan Beer Tours, will explore the three major hops used in craft beer: Centennial, Cascade and Citra hops. Greenbush Speed Dating at Shakespeare's Pub: Set for 7 p.m. The event will include rounds of five minute dates with five people, followed by a break for Greenbush beer.
Glenn is back, and ready to unleash his artistic passions.
So, come paint "Still Life" with us in this no-experience-needed private painting class.
Mc Dowell's inspiring and upbeat personality will spark your creative fire!
KALAMAZOO, MI — Kalamazoo Beer Week 2015 starts this weekend with more than 200 events ranging from beer dinners to tastings, tap takeovers and bowl-with-a-brewer nights. Bell's Brewery and Alamo Drafthosue team up to host a three-course beer dinner paired with the film Pineapple Express. Bonnie Steinman of the 30-acre Hop Head Farms in Hickory Corners, will explain the difference at four different locations: Shakespeare's Pub, Tibbs Brewing Co., Drake Party Center and Old Burdick's Bar and Grill. Kalamadoodle and Gonzo's Bigg Dogg Brewing invites attendees to share their imagination by drawing, sketching, writing and scribbling.
He has been involved in many shows around Kalamazoo and in Chicago.
His favorite art mediums stretch from pastels and watercolor to acrylic.