Saturday, 3 October 2009

The Crafter's Way 111 - Craft Classes

Here is this week's Messenger column.

Want to Learn to Do ????

The Moreton Bay Regional Council has a number of Craft/Art Classes happening throughout the region. These are a wonderful and inexpensive opportunity to try a new craft.

Bribie Island: The Bribie and District Woodcrafters are holding their Annual Competition and Exhibition from the 11th to 25th October at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, Sunderland Dr. Banksia Beach. Ph: 3408 9288. The Bribie Island Library is hosting a Silk Painting Workshop on the 22nd October. Cost is $15.00, Bookings are essential, Ph 3408 1388

Caboolture: The Caboolture Library is the venue for the next two Workshops. The first one is for the young ones ages 5+ The Spooky Craft session on the 26th October will get you in the mood for Halloween. I’m holding a Kumihimo Disc Braiding Workshop as part of the Council’s Older and Bolder Program. This is a recreation program offering subsidised activities for people aged 50 and over. Cost is $5.00. Ph: 5433 2052 to book.

Deception Bay: You can learn Scrapbooking or Card Embellishing at the Deception Bay Library on the 14th October. Cost is $4.00, Ph 3203 1094 to book.

Narangba: Make your own Silk Scarf on the 20th October at the Narangba Library. Also at the library is a Jewellery Making Workshop on the 27th October. This is also part of the Older and Bolder program. Cost is $5.00, Ph: 5433 2052 to book.

Kallangur: Another Older and Bolder activity is being held at the Kallangur Library. Collage, an Art Workshop is on from 10am- 1.30pm on the 20th October. Ph 5433 2052
Strathpine: Kimberley Ogle is conducting two Wire Sculpture Workshops at the Pine Rivers Art Gallery on the 17th October. The first session from 11am – 1pm is for children aged 8yrs to 13yrs. The second from 1.30pm – 3.30pm is for aged 14 to adult. Ph: 3480 6941 for more information.

This is just a taste of what available in the next month. Older and Bolder programs are available at your local libraries or visit
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1 comment:

Lisa said...

I wish our council offered classes like that.