Paint With Me Kimberly Keller moves to Shell Road location in Georgetown

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Kimberly Keller moved her custom painting event and instruction business, Paint With Me, to 2534 Shell Road, Ste. C, Georgetown, on Sept. 1. Paint With Me offers painting lessons for adults and children as well as art-themed events, birthday parties and face-painting services. The business was previously located at 1623 Rivery Blvd., Georgetown. 512-635-7936. www.paintwithmekeller.com


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