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Create your Own Pysanky – Traditional Easter Egg Decorating

15 Mar

Create your Own Pysanky – Traditional Easter Egg Decorating

Join us for Traditional Easter egg decorating from the Ukraine using wax and dyes
In this 3-hour workshop you will have an opportunity to create your own beautiful symbols of Easter hope to offer to and for those you love.

Location: St Michael the Archangel Chapel+ Catholic Heritage Centre (next door)
Tuesday 30 March 2021
10am – 1pm
Free! All materials + morning tea provided. Apron to cover clothing + open heart

You do not have to have any previous experience or particular artistic gifts to participate. Come and be led in a simple step-by-step way, enjoy the creative and meditative process and prepare for Easter in this special way.

RSVP: by Wednesday 24 March (Numbers limited)

We look forward to sharing this unique experience with you. – Grief Care Team
Please note that due to the nature of this creative process using hot wax and dyes, children will not be permitted to attend.



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