Learn how to make your own beeswax wraps and keep your food fresh and plastic free!

If you want to kick the single-use disposable habit then homemade beeswax wraps are a great alternative. You can use them in the place of cling wrap to cover food and keep it fresh, plus they’re reusable and can easily be refreshed if the wax starts to wear. They can be used for wrapping veggies, sandwiches, baked goods and small snacks.

Come along to a workshop and learn how to make, use and care for beeswax wraps, $20 Per Person, Includes workshop & 3 wraps to take home.

Bellingen – Bowerhouse Raleigh
When: 
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Where: 
The Bowerhouse Community Reuse Centre, Short Cut Road, Raleigh
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Bowraville
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Where: Pioneer Community Centre, High Street Bowraville
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Cundletown
When:
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Where: Cundletown Community Garden, Cnr Main and Edwards Streets, Cundletown
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Kempsey
When: TBC
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Where: Kempsey Library, cnr Tozer and Elbow Streets, West Kempsey
RSVP to the Library on 6566 3210

Laurieton
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Where: Laurieton School of Arts Hall, 58 Bold Street Laurieton.
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Port Macquarie Library
When: Saturday 3rd November 2018
Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Where: Grant Street, Port Macquarie
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Tuncurry
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Where: Tip Road, Tuncurry
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Tea Gardens
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Where: Tea Gardens Hotel, Marine Drive, Tea Gardens
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Wauchope Library
When: Friday 9 November 2018
Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Where: Wauchope Library,  51 High St, Wauchope
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Wingham
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7_Hci4Ta-M

Watch the video on how to make beeswax wraps