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Bottle & Bottega’s ‘au naturel’ painting party benefits prostate cancer research

To mark Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Bottle & Bottega, 2009 Ridge Road in Homewood, is hosting a male nude model paint night Friday, Sept. 15, to benefit the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF).
 
The model will be at the 7 to 10 p.m. party as a way “to take ladies’ night out to a whole new level and undress the truth about one of the most significant health issues facing more than three million American men today – prostate cancer,” said Darcie Loudon who with her husband, Greg, runs the downtown Homewood business.
 
Bottle & Bottega guests can also participate in the studio’s Bottled Blue social media contest by bringing in an empty wine bottle to any event and painting it light blue in association with PCF’s ribbon color. 
 
Guests will be able to visually display their support by painting a light blue ribbon on their nude model painting. Event attendees can upload a picture of their blue wine bottle or blue ribbon on social media with the hashtag #BottledBlue for a chance to win a gift card toward future paint parties. 
 
For every #BottledBlue photo that is captured and submitted, Bottle & Bottega is donating $1 to the PCF.
 
The studio invites locals to partake in an instructor-led art tutorial and create a masterpiece of the human form, all while supporting PCF’s mission to cure prostate cancer. 
 
There is a $40 fee for this event. To register visit https://www.bottleandbottega.com/homewood/schedule/

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