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On Saturday 30 April, 2016 (just a week before Mother’s Day) Adriana Avendano-Christie of The Pallet Kingdom will be joining us down at The Flagship Education Hub in Wynyard Quarter, to show us how to make upcycled herb and garden planter boxes from old timber shipping pallets. In this exciting, interactive workshop you’ll be able to take home the box you make for a koha (small donation) to cover the cost of materials. This month is Mother’s Day themed, with one side of the box being pre-painted with chalkboard paint and some nice recycled ribbon supplied if you want to wrap it up for Mum!
From 2.00pm until around 3.30pm come down to The Sustainable Coastlines Flagship Education Hub in Wynyard Quarter to take part in this awesome session. The Flagship has moved recently and is now on the corners of Beaumont and Madden Streets, in the Jellicoe Street car park (see the map above). Numbers are strictly limited to 30 participants so please register your attendance below in order secure your spot.
What to bring
Just bring yourself and some clothes you don’t mind potentially getting a bit of soil or sawdust on. If you would like safety glasses or ear muffs for hammering nails feel free to bring these along, though they are not mandatory.
For more information please contact Fletcher Sunde on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 871 918.