Join us for an event you won't want to miss at Malawi's Pizza! This partnership is open to all ages and can be enjoyed as you eat delicious pizza and sip your drink of your choice. Drinks and dinner specials offered! (Food and drinks available for purchase and NOT included in the price of your painting reservation.) You'll definitely want to arrive early to order your pizza before the event starts.

***Please include your character of choice in the special requests box at checkout***

All family members are welcome to paint with their children. Make it a Mommy, Daddy & Me event for you and your child! If you don't wish to paint, you may sit with your child if seating permits. We ask that if another painter needs the seat to move to another spot in the space. We ask that you allow your children to discover their own creativity and not help them to "correct" their painting. Applaud their efforts and encourage their journey!

If you’re coming with others, but making reservations separately, give us your group’s name or point person in the Special Request box. We'll seat you together!

FINDING US: Malawi's Pizza is located at 1 Towne Center Blvd, in the Village behind the mall. 

PAYMENT POLICY: Payment online, in studio or via phone is required to guarantee your reservation.

REFUND/CANCELLATION POLICY: Please refer to our F.A.Q.'s on our main page for information on our Cancellation Policy. Painting with a Twist reserves the right to cancel classes for unforeseen circumstances. Registrants will be notified at least 24 hrs prior to class time and refunded.

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