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Pollinator Hotel Workshop
June 25, 2017 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Did you know bee populations are in decline in North America? You can help! Learn how to attract pollinators to your very own bee hotel created using reuse materials! The idea behind the bee hotel is to offer refuge for pollinators. Some are designed as nesting sites while others provide space for hibernation. Join The Scrap exchange in creating spaces for bees to reemerge and repopulate our community. All materials will be provided.
Date: Sunday, June 25, 2017
Cost: $30 (Tuition + Materials)
Ages: Ages 16+ (Unless attending with parent or guardian)
Instructor: Amelia Freeman-Lynde
Amelia Freeman-Lynde is a Durham-based maker and crafter. She spent 10 years in New York City as a prop-maker and stagehand for numerous dance and theater organizations, notably the Public Theater and Pilobolus. When not working at The Scrap Exchange, serving on the Board at the Durham Co-op Market, or loading in shows at the Carolina Theatre, you can find her baking cookies at home in the company of her dog, cat, and chickens.
Early Bird Registration Bonus!
Register for any class at least 3 weeks in advance and receive a $5 store voucher good towards the purchase of any materials in The Scrap Exchange retail store! Voucher will be handed out at the beginning of the class, and will be valid for two weeks. The voucher may not be applied to Cameron Gallery items or programs. This voucher will only be given to students who register at least 3 weeks prior to the start date/time of the class.
Refunds for class fees will be issued if the class is cancelled by The Scrap Exchange for any reason. If you register for a class and cannot attend, a refund will only be issued if you notify the Scrap Exchange at least 24 hours before the class begins.