Sun, May 21|
357 W 24th St
Felted Pots: Kid Teaches Kids
Water, soap, wool and friction Let the felting begins
Time & Location
May 21, 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
357 W 24th St, 357 W 24th St, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2C7, Canada
About the Event
Kid Teaching Kids: Audrey
Sunday May 21st 10am-11:30am
FREE: Registration required for each child. Each ticket is good for 1 child and their big person.
Join kid teacher Audrey, age 10, and learn how to make hand felted plant pots. These little pots are made from 100% wool. After a year or so the plant pot will start to compost and can be tossed in your compost bin, or planted in the garden. Lots are made using wool, water, soap and friction!
What to bring:
-a towel and change of clothing
What to expect:
This class will be held outdoors (weather permitting)
We will sit on the floor or at tables, if sitting on the floor is an obstacle for you, please let us know.
Who it’s suited for:
All age kids who like to play with soap & water. Parent participation required for younger kids. Children must be accompanied by a guardian for the duration of class.
Location: The Craft Pod - 24th street and Jones Ave
This event is hosted in partnership with the City of North Vancouver
Kid Teaches Kids