Arts A Blaze Studio will hold its official grand opening on Main Street Lakewood Ranch from 11 a.m.t o 4 p.m., July 25.
Themed Winter Wonderland in July, the free event will recreate a Winter Wonderland for the public as they join Santa and his elves in festivities such as face painting, hand-made balloon characters, games and crafts. A snow-making machine will help bring a wintery feel to the day as well.
Guests can also enjoy popcorn, snow cones and other treats.
Arts A Blaze opened in April and offers activities such as painting prepared bisque to glass fusing and clay molding. The studio is located at 8111 Lakewood Ranch Main Street, Suite 107. For more information, call 306-5840.
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