In these school holiday workshops, children will learn how to create their own marionette or puppet, make a sculpture from 100% reuse resources, and decorate their own pencil case ready for school.
Children will also take a tour through the warehouse and find out the stories behind some of the interesting items. They will also discover the important job of a worm, how easy it is to recycle at home and school, and discuss all the little things everyone can all do to make a big difference for the environment.
WHEN: Tuesday, 28th January from 8:30am to 5:30pm
WHERE: Reverse Garbage Education Hut, Hut 5, 142 Addison Road, Marrickville
AGE GROUP: 7-14 years
COST: $65 per child
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