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Thursday, October 22, 2020 from 7 - 9 pm.
Registration will close October 16, 2020. ALL payments must be received by that date.
This event will be held at Ye Old Town Hall so that we may safely space everyone. It is on the second floor, but there is a lift for those who require it.
Start your earth-friendly journey and spend a couple of hours to make your own beeswax food wraps and reduce one-time plastic use! Kick the single-use disposable habit with homemade beeswax wraps – a great alternative to plastic wrap. You can use them to cover food and keep it fresh; veggies, cheeses, sandwiches, baked goods and snacks. They’re reusable dozens and dozens of times and can easily be refreshed at home if the wax starts to wear.
Intended for anyone who wishes to embrace more positive ways to live on this earth, in this workshop you will design your own fabric to use in the making of your beeswax food wraps and beeswax snack bags. The conversation will flow as we discuss other habits to help increase our waste awareness. Take home your finished wraps at the end of the class and start putting them to use right away!
Members: $60 (plus HST = $67.80)
Non Members $65 (plus HST = $73.45)
Maximum 16 participants. Ages 14+ Great family activity!
ALL MATERIALS PROVIDED.
**We have implemented COVID-19 safety protocols within our building and in our classroom spaces. Work stations are 6 feet apart, masks must be worn.
About the Instructor:
Susan Gentilcore of All Things Preserved is a zero-waste lifestyle advocate and coach. She offers sustainability workshops and creates upcycled, reusable household products to replace everyday disposable items, particularly single-use papers and plastics. Susan loves connecting with people who share her passion for becoming a better steward of the earth.