We are delighted to be open again and offering our free workshops at our Resourceful Ōtautahi Pop-Up Workshop at 100 Peterborough Street, opposite the Peterborough Street Library, central Christchurch city.
We will be there offering these workshops on Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 12 to 4pm. And other session times are available for booking by groups. We will be closed the week of November 13th, and from December 20th 2017 until January 15th 2018.
These workshops give you the opportunity to come and spend time in the central city, learning skills that put undervalued natural resources to use. There'll be various options offered, including learning to make string and weave with tī kōuka or cabbage tree leaves, or carve a peg from a stick and, once you're practiced your whittling skills, you could carve a spoon and move on to other greenwood-working projects. We will support you to safely and successfully learn new resourceful skills.
These workshops have been wonderfully supported by Christchurch City Council, TreeTech, Mackleys, Containers & More, Four Seasons Tree Care, and Life in Vacant Spaces.
We could not be more grateful to the Christchurch City Council for enabling these resourceful experiences in our city.
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Becoming a member of Rekindle's Resourceful Ōtautahi workshop, means you will: be free to attend the workshop during members hours, which are currently Thursday nights, the last Friday evening of every month, and...