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Thank you!It was such a special opening night for our inaugural Festival of Making.A big thank you to Senator the Hon Kristina Keneally, joined by her partner Ben, for opening the festival and to Michael Regan, Mayor of Northern Beaches Council, for attending with his wife, Bronwyn.We very much value your ongoing support, The Festival of Making Community.Northern Beaches CouncilScotland Island Residents ... See MoreSee Less
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Yoga in the Park | Festival of Making | Saturday 24th April | 8.15amIt's Free 😊There's something a little special about yoga outdoors... the very first class I ever taught was a complimentary session, outdoors on the shore of Sydney Harbour in Balmain East. And now I'm bringing it home to Pittwater. www.eventbrite.com/e/149519253111No matter your level of experience, come stretch your limbs and breath the salty air at 8.15am this Saturday for a complimentary 45 minute yoga session in Catherine Park. BYO mat and perhaps a blanket or some extra layers to stay cosy in Savasana. And then, you can do other cool things like make clay owls, dance the salsa, print things, listen to things, read things, view the local artists work, eat things and drink things. A veritable sensory feast. Festival of Making OffshoreMandy Alderson🙏 ... See MoreSee Less
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Saturday 24th April | Sunny ☀️Gather your family and friends, head down to Catherine Park for the Festival of Making and the Island Cafe.A collective of our offshore artists, exhibition, workshops, food stalls, Island Cafe, Bakers, SIFB BBQ.Pack a Rug and wander down to the park for what is going to be a beautiful day.Festival of Making OffshoreThe Offshore Maker's Collective ... See MoreSee Less
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The Artists | Exhibiting | Festival of Making 2021The Offshore Maker's CollectivePeggy HavukainenI work with Sea glass collected from local beaches to create unique, environmentally friendly jewellery. Sea glass comes from shards of discarded bottles that have been conditioned and weathered from years of tumbling in the sea and sand.Designs combine sea glass gems, transformed into earrings and necklaces using sterling silver.My inspiration comes from a love of the sea and exploring the natural environment. ... See MoreSee Less
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