40 days ago

Dot Art Workshop with The ReCreators

Trish Seddon from Te Awamutu Museum

Brought to you by ReCreators and Te Awamutu Museum - Education & Research Centre. Sponsored by Waipā Creative Communities!
Discover the art of mindful dot art painting using vibrant and colourful paints to create pieces of art.
Gain hands-on experience in creating designs on upcycled glass bottles and jars. And we will also dot art on wood and old record players.

We will explore a range of tools suitable for dot art and share various techniques to craft captivating shapes and patterns.
All upcycled materials are used in this workshop.
This workshop is designed to cater to all skill levels. Please wear old clothes as you could get messy.
Cost: $5
Open to all ages, children under 14 must be supervised by an adult.
Book tickets at: events.humanitix.com...

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6 days ago

Do you volunteer or know someone who does?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

It's NZ Volunteer Week (16-22 June) and we know there are real good sorts in your community.

Often these kind acts and regular volunteering efforts go unnoticed but let's put a stop to that.

Let us know below who is making a difference in your neighbourhood so we can all appreciate them for the great work that they do!

1 day ago

Riddle time neighbours! Can you crack this?

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

What has a head and a tail but no body?

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1 day ago

How do you cook swede?

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Have you got a great recipe for swede? We're looking for delicious swede recipes to feature in NZ Gardener's August issue. Send your family's favourite ways to eat this root crop to mailbox@nzgardener.co.nz by June 28, 2024. Every published recipe wins a copy of the August issue of NZ Gardener.