Hey Friends! Workshops are changing to make sure we all stay safe. Upcoming workshops at the Maker House Warehouse space will be socially distant for all our safety. Check out a video about the set up here!

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September 13, 2020

DIY Cheeseboards SUNDAY Sept 13th 1-3pm Maker House Warehouse!

Note: for added safety precautions, this session is taking place at the Maker House Warehouse in the City Centre. Ticket holders will receive directions closer to the date and this larger space will allow for social distancing and seating by household. A mask will be required and we'll have gloves and hand sanitizer on hand. Should we find in September that this isn't a safe option, we'll be in touch about a virtual session and having supplies delivered to you prior.

Back by popular demand! Are you curious about woodworking? Ever oogled the gorgeous stuff in Maker House and just wanted to try it out? Are you just SUPER into cheese?

Show cheese how much it really means to you. Join Brenda Dunn of Art in Jest as we use different types of wood and super simple finishing techniques to make food-safe serving platters, cheese boards, display trays, REALLY big coasters...

Check out photos of a previous DIY Cheeseboard workshop here.

All materials are provided and you will each walk away with a brand new handmade cheese board of your very own! This workshop is safe for makers of all ages, but smaller makers should bring someone old enough to drive a car and use an oven. No experience is necessary, just a desire to come try something fun!

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