Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Beeswax wrap workshop

Wrap sandwiches, half an avo, fresh bread, fruit, veggies or cheese.
Cover a bowl, or pack a snack for your kids' lunch boxes.
Beeswax wraps are easy to make, washable, reusable and even compostable.
Plastic? No thanks!

Whether you'd like to use wax wraps or you do already, please join us for this very exciting workshop presented by HRN in conjunction with Plastic Bag Free Daylesford.

Plastic Bag Free Daylesford's raison d'etre is to end the distribution of single use plastic bags in Daylesford. They are a large community of contributors who quietly go about sewing bags, building Boomerang Bag boxes, and strategising ways to help make our town a better place to live.

The ever talented Dora Berenyi will be teaching us how to make the beeswax wraps. Please bring your own 100% cotton fabric to use on the day and everything else will be provided.

Dora is presenting the same workshop twice on September 30th - yes, grand final day!
The first is from 10am - 11am and the second from 11am - 12pm.

Places are limited and bookings are essential. When you email to book your place please write in the subject line whether you'd like to come along to the first or second workshop.

Need some convincing as to why we should be using less plastic? Take it away, Charlie!!
(If you are reading this in your email, you will need to click through to the blog to watch the video.)

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