The first WILD WOOD children’s workshop at Maker was so much fun that Anita and James have decided to run a second one! This one will be in the afternoon of Saturday 26th November, 1.30-3pm, in case your little ones are at clubs on Saturday mornings and couldn’t make it last week!

Description: With a pencil kids make a drawing, then with help will transfer the image themselves onto a piece of pre-sanded pallet wood, which we then finish for them in pyrography, creating a lovely effect. 
The child can be hands-on giving the piece a light sanding and waxing, and it can be taken home after the workshop – ready to be given as a special gift! 

Maker, 2a High Street, Inverkeithing
Saturday 26th November, 1.30am-3pm
ages 5+, £10 per child
Run by Anita and James Peggie from Rustic Simplicity.

To book: pop into Maker, 2a High Street, Inverkeithing, or call us on 01383 271839 or email info@inverkeithingarts.org

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Vohn McGuinness Would love an adult workshop to make key rings like these!
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Jacquie Mellon Rebecca Brown Ruby would love this x
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Inverkeithing Arts Initiative have taken a series of photos to record the changes taking place in the area. If you’d like to have a look visit www.kingdomhousing.org.uk/fraser-avenue and have a look at the pre demolition photos.

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We are pleased that Maker has been chosen as a venue for this support group, supported by The Rotary Club of Inverkeithing and Dalgety Bay. It’s such a good idea and something which will be so beneficial to its members. It will meet on Thursdays, 1.30-3.30 and there are still places available – please call the number below for more information.

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Inverkeithing Food Group’s next get together – this Sunday 6th November from 11am at the Friary – go to either take part in the competition or find out more about the group!

Join us at the Friary in Inverkeithing on the first Sunday of every month at 11am for a couple of hours of foodie fabulousness!
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"WILD WOOD - Children's Workshop - Making a Special Gift.. Maker, 2a High Street, Inverkeithing Saturday 19th November, 11am-12.30pm  ages 5-10, £10 per child Run by Anita and James Peggie from Rustic Simplicity. There's nothing more meaningful than a gift bearing the unmistakable touch of a creative kid. A hand-drawn decoration makes a  gift precious.These easy to do crafty gifts will make any adult smile at Christmas. Description: With a pencil kids make a drawing, then with help will transfer the image themselves onto a piece of pre-sanded pallet wood, which we then finish for them in pyrography, creating a lovely effect.  The child can be hands-on giving the piece a light sanding and waxing, and it can be taken home after the workshop - ready to be given as a special gift! Please email info@inverkeithingarts.org or call 01383 271839 to book places on the workshop."

 

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Call us at the shop on 01383 271839 or email info@inverkeithingarts.org to book places for your children

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