Reasons To Tie-Dye w/NCCJ Saturday

Reasons To Tie-Dye w/NCCJ Saturday

Jul 20, 2017

Post by Jason Papallo, NCCJ E-Communications and Marketing Specialist

1) Tie-dying allows you celebrate individuality by combining colors to create wonderful patterns and designs. Beautiful things happens when mix it up, so have fun using as many colors as you like. You can tie-dye just about any article of clothing that needs color. 

2) Your NCCJ friends will be there to share memories and make new ones!

3) We’re screening Finding Dory and offering up some great snacks to help the creative juices flow. This means we’ll be full of laughter and food as we create one-of-a-kind pieces to wear. 

4) We will have all other tie-dying supplies and a limited number of T-shirts and other items available.  You can also bring your white t-shirts, socks, bandanas and any other light fabric to stamp with your own unique flair.

Celebrate your individuality at  NCCJ YAC SUMMER TIE-DYE BONANZA! All are welcome, so feel free to invite friends outside of NCCJ alumni.

Time: Sat. July 22, 2017 @1:30-5:00 p.m.
Place: 820A PROSPECT HILL RD., WINDSOR, CT 06095

Contact Michael Vidal at [email protected] if you’re attending, and/or for information about a free ride, which NCCJ makes available via Uber and Lyft. 

 


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