Online Midterm Special for Teens: Kites

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Online, Thursday 8th April

Why not try some DIY this mid-term break and build your own kite? Follow artist Heather Gray and learn how to assemble a kite from recycled materials. Heather uses her own paper printed with potato stamps from her workshop from last week.

This activity may require the use of cutting tools. Children under 16 years of age will require direct parental/guardian supervision.


Date:
Thursday 8th April
Time:
12.00pm
Price:
Free

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