Tickets for youngsters for Necessary Traditions festival for Saturday 10th November 2018

These tickets for youngsters include different ticket prices for those 10 to 18 years of age $17.25, and those from 5 to 9 years $11.50, and those under 5 years are free.

You will see and learn from over 40 resourceful craftspeople and others who practice necessary traditions including:

Beeswax candle making by Jeff Robinson - Blacksmithing by Chris Daube - Bookbinding by Sandy Corbett - Boot/Shoe making by Louise Clifton - Boot/Shoe-making by Louise Ayling - Buttonhole hand-sewing & Darning by Steven Park - Ceramics with local pigments & clays by Tatyanna Meharry - Heritage Earthbuilding by Kerry Mulligan - Felting by Simone Bensorp, Wild Felt - Fine Woodworking by the Centre for Fine Woodworking, Nelson - Foraging by Peter Langlands - Greenwood Garden Rake making by Greg Quinn - Traditions Windsor Chair-making by Richard Hare - Harakeke Raranga Weaving by Benita Wakefield & whanau - Herbal Tea by Stephanie Owens - Knitting and spinning by the Spinners & Weavers Guild - Kintsugi repair by Yuka O'Shannessy & Yoko Shimoyama, An Astute Assembly - Kuksa & Spoon-carving by Alex Yerks, USA - Letterpress and Typesetting by Ferrymead Printing Society - Mandolin making by David Simpson - Music by Flora Knight & friends - Pin-hole photography & Camera Obscura by Stefan Roberts - Rag Rug-making by Vita Cochran, Sydney - Reforestation by Steve Brailsford - Refurbishing jewellery by Jacky Morren - Sewing clothes from reused cloth by Sylvia Houston - Sharing - Timebanking by Addington Timebank, and Mutual Aid Networks by Gen de Spa - Spoon-carving by Douglas Horrell, Cleft Craft - Story-telling by Sharon Moreham - String-making by Rekindle team - Tī kōuka weaving by Rekindle team - Willow basket weaving by Peter Greer, Golden Bay...and quite a few others! More information on all of these extraordinarily resourceful practitioners coming soon.

The day runs from 10am to 5pm. Entry from 10am, last entry at 4pm. 

Tickets will be on sale 8am 17th September 2018. The tickets are non-refundable, and non-transferable, i.e. they relate only to access to the festival on Saturday 10th November 2018

 More information coming soon!


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