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Paint Out – Sandwich Towne, MacKenzie Hall & Church

It’s all about architecture and street scenes this Monday. So much to paint in Sandwich Town. Meet in the parking lot of Mackenzie Hall. It is closed on Monday.  Street parking will keep the view of the building free.

Map: https://goo.gl/maps/XxJBCxgwjq82


Amherstburg Navy Yard Park June 4th 9:30 a.m.

Monday June 4th

Paint Out

Amherstburg, Kings Navy Yard Park


Start time approximately 9:30 am

PLEASE NOTE:  The town of Amherstburg has asked that we do not block sidewalks or paths, so please set up on the grass.

The Amherstburg Ontario area is full of wonderful locations to paint. The azalea’s and rhododendrons are in bloom, and there are many historic buildings and garden pathways that are sure to catch your attention.

Google map link:  https://goo.gl/maps/cMReq

Keep an eye on the weather.   If it looks like a storm use your best judgment to decide if you wish to risk getting caught in the rain.  Rain in Windsor does not necessarily mean it is raining in the county.

Link to hourly weather forecast:


  • Camera
  • Snack & Water
  • sun hat
  • long sleeves  (bug and sun protection)
  • long pants (bug and sun protection)
  • sunscreen
  • folding chair
  • Plein Air easel
  • Plein air pochade box
  • Drawing board
  • Paint and drawing supplies of your choice

John R Park Homestead Paint out

Monday May 28th 9:30 a.m.

Map to location:  https://goo.gl/maps/rUURi74fDY32

Opportunity to paint at this historical location and a
Call to artists From John R Park Homestead.
If you do not have work this is an opportunity to create something for their 40th anniversary.
They are currently putting together an exhibit to celebrate the Homestead’s 40th anniversary as a museum. They are working to compile artist’s renditions of the Homestead, and to display them in the Visitor Centre exhibit space from mid June to mid August.
If you have painted here before you are invited to bring original artwork that you have done where the Homestead was the scene/subject matter (understanding that you may have sold the originals). And, if you do, if you would be interested in loaning it to them for the exhibit, please? Kris is happy to chat on it further, and phone or email may be easier forms of communication. kives@erca.org or 519-738-2029 With thanks for considering the request!