WV Eco Kids

Event Details

3rd to 21st December 2018
9am – 10am

West Village’s new parkland – The Common on Boundary Street, West End – is set to open a dedicated children’s sensory garden, including its very own chicken coop! To celebrate the opening of the sensory garden, West Village in conjunction with CitySmart is launching West Village Eco Kids – a series of green workshops for children of all ages. The workshops will run for 3 weeks (weekdays from 9am – 10am) with a different activity on each day of the week. Best of all, all the workshops are completely FREE! However, registration is essential and ticket numbers are limited. Secure your spot at the link below:

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Monday (3rd, 10th & 17th December) – Plant & Gardening Workshop

Show off your green thumb and get your hands dirty with this Plant & Gardening Workshop! Choose a pot made from reclaimed materials and plant a herb seedling to take home with you. There will also be an interactive worm farm that you can explore – how fun!

Tuesday (4th, 11th & 18th December) – Upcycling Workshop

Get ready to show off your creative side with this hands-on Upcycling Workshop. Create your very own dreamcatcher using recycled materials such as CDs and yarn. Your beautiful, hand-made dreamcatcher will brighten up any room!

Wednesday (5th, 12th & 19th December) – Grass Heads Workshop

Think a pet rock meets a pot plant – and you’ve got yourself a Grass Head! This hands-on workshop will combine your artistic flair with your green thumb. You’ll have your very own Grass Head to take home, water and watch grow.

Thursday (6th, 13th & 20th December) – Flower Crown Workshop

Summer is finally here and that means that flowers are in full bloom! Make your own beautiful flower crown using summer daisies – it’s the perfect accessory to celebrate the warmer weather.

Friday (7th, 14th & 21st December) – Bees & Backyard Chooks Workshop

Are you an animal lover? If your answer is yes, then this Bees & Backyard Chooks Workshop is for you! Get up close and personal with native and european bees, as well as chickens and chicks, and learn all about these beautiful creatures. You’ll even get to taste some honey collected from the West Village beehives and make your own beeswax candle to take home.