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Make & Give for Xmas – Te Atatū Peninsula

28 Nov 2020

When

Saturday 28 November 2020, 1.00pm - Saturday 28 November 2020, 4.00pm

Where

Te Atatū Peninsula Community Centre, 595 Te Atatu Rd Te, Atatū Peninsula, Auckland

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Cost
Free
Bookings

therecreators.co.nz/collections/community-workshops/products/make-give-xmas-gifts-28-nov-te-atatu-peninsula-community-centre

ger@therecreators.co.nz

021 626 367

Contact

Melanie Kit

mel@therecreators.co.nz

021 031 2486

The ReCreators are delivering a skills-based Xmas gifts workshop.

We are here to empower communities to make and give unique and beautiful gifts by upcycling rather than buy new.

There is a joy from making and receiving something truly personally while helping our planet and pocket by reusing materials that already exist.

The activity stalls we will have are:

  • Woodwork (canvas, bird house, tower of Hanoi) 1pm-4pm
  • Potions & Lotions (only 1 hour 15 session) 1pm-2.15pm
  • Jewellery (earrings/ necklace or bracelet) 2.45pm-4pm
  • Dot Art (stones, canvas art, bottles other) 1pm-4pm

Location: Te Atatu Peninsula Community Centre

Places are limited so book your place NOW. Don't miss out. Choose from the list below and load into your shopping cart.

Two items per person maximum to allow more people to enjoy the experience.

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