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Booze And Etch A Sketch? ‘Princess Etch’ Will Show You How To Master The Toy At SafeHouse Event

You'll get a complimentary drink and a free pocket-sized Etch a Sketch at the event.

Logan Square artist Jane Labowitch (inset) uses an Etch a Sketch as her canvas.
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DOWNTOWN — You can grab a drink and sharpen your Etch a Sketch skills during an upcoming SafeHouse event featuring Princess Etch, a master of the Etch A Sketch.

The spy-themed bar and restaurant at 60 E. Ontario St. is hosting Sip & Sketch, inviting fans to have cocktails while learning how to make masterpieces on an Etch a Sketch on Sept. 5. Jane Labowitch, known as Princess Etch, will show attendees how to perfect their work on the famous toy.

Labowitch, of Chicago, is known around the world for her extremely detailed and permanent Etch a Sketch artwork, having recreated the Mona Lisa, Starry Night and other masterpieces. She’ll provide atteendees with pocket-sized Etch a Sketches, educational material and design transparencies.

The event is 7-9 p.m. Sept. 5 at SafeHouse, 60 E. Ontario St.

Tickets are $28 and can be bought online. They include one complimentary drink and a pocket Etch a Sketch.

Here are some of Princess Etch’s works:

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