Summer Craft Club

Image Credit: DGC

Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF

01626 832223
[email protected]

Wednesday 24 July 2019 – Wednesday 28 August 2019
Opening Hours: 10am-12.30pm
Admission Fee: Free
No need to book

Summer Craft Clubs  - Free weekly making  mornings for kids and families
We are running free drop-in craft activities every Wednesday morning (24 July - 28 August) during the summer holidays. All sessions are 10am – 12.30 pm and there is no need to book; just pop in and join in the making fun!  See below for weekly details.
24 July 10am – 12.30pm   PomStitchTassel   textiles workshop
Pom-pom pencil toppers. Learn how to make a pom-pom and then create it into a weird and wonderful pencil topper.
31 July 10am – 12.30pm   Michelle Greenwood Brown - mosaic workshop. 
Decorate a ceramic tile with jewel-like glass mosaic pieces of different sizes and colours.
7 August  10am – 12.30pm Julian Surtees - 'brickideas' Lego workshop
Build houses, streets, shops and skyscrapers; transform the gallery!
14 August 10am – 12.30pm Alysa Freeman - badge making workshop
Make funky badges from recycled materials!
21 August 10am – 12.30pm Julian Surtees 'brickideas' Lego workshop 
Build hand and power tools; transform the gallery into a workshop!
28 August  10am – 12.30pm Anna Trussler - Festival Headdress workshop
Create your own fun summer festival headdress - craft some funky horns or furry ears!
All our summer activities are free to take part in but we welcome a contribution to our costs – there is a donation pot for you to contribute to in the gallery.

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