NightQuarter Workshops

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Come and join the NightQuarter RepairLab for a series of workshops to make your own upcycled Christmas decorations and gifts.

Dont waste money on expensive Christmas presents and decorations. At these workshops you'll discover ways to save money and have some fun at the same time.

Make a handmade Christmas gift for your pet – Workshop 6th December

Make an upcycled, Christmas gift for your pet or someone else’s pet with Living Smart’s Repair Lab Furbulous – make a handmade Christmas gift for your pet workshop.

Date: Sunday 6th December
Time: 2.00-4.00pm
Where: NightQuarter
Cost: Wishlist Foundation Donation (plus NightQuarter entry pass)

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Handcrafted Christmas: Gift cards, ornaments and gift tags

Living Smart presents an afternoon of craft and upcycling with Gretchen Keelty. Using recycled materials, make your own wrapping paper and card for that special gift at Christmas.

Date: Sunday 13th December
Time: 2.00-4.00pm
Where: NightQuarter
Cost: Wishlist Foundation Donation (plus NightQuarter entry pass)

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Inspired by Nature: foraged Christmas wreath or centrepiece

Living Smart presents an afternoon of craft and upcycling with Belinda Kuhlewein from Husk and Vine and Gretchen Keelty. Make your Christmas table centrepiece or wreath spectacular using foraged and upcycled materials.

Date: Sunday 20th December
Time: 2.00-4.00pm
Where: NightQuarter
Cost: Free (plus NightQuarter entry pass)

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