May 22, 2015


Craftstravaganza

Mentoring artists for women’s art celebrates International Women’s Day with a mega-workshop in craft practices from around the World, Mentoring Artists for Womens Art (MAWA) Materials and childminding provided Eritrean snacks will be served Four master craftswomen will be on hand between noon and 4pm to teach you their skills. Come and go! Enjoy good food, good company and good crafting! The workshops will include: Sudanese Beading, Richelieu Embroidery, Lace Crochet and African Hair Design!

Where:

Mentoring Artists for Womens Art (MAWA)

611 Main St.

204-949-9490

When:

Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM

What:

Billboard

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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