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The Bower

Kids Workshop Musical Instruments

Tue 21st Jan 2020, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

Price

$5 - $10 AUD + BF

$5 - $10 AUD + BF

The Bower

Kids Workshop Musical Instruments

Date and Time

Tue 21st Jan 2020, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Location

The Bower
1/10 Hunter St, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia

Event description




Panpipes and castanets, lagerphones (monkey sticks) and windchimes.
Using 100% reclaimed materials, participants at this workshop will
create a range of scrapyard musical instruments while applying skills in
using hammers, fine motor control and knot tying.

Suitable for ages 7 – 12.
Please bring a bottle of water per child.

Please note two prices apply -

$5 for Parramatta Council residents

$10 non-Parramatta Council residents

This workshop is subsidised by the Parramatta Council.

Those booked under Parramatta pricing scheme will need to show proof of address.

Location -

Shop 1, 10 Hunter Street Parramatta Mon – Sat: 9am – 4pm Phone: (02) 9635 3699 Email: info@bower.org.au 

The Bower Parramatta is located 750m from Parramatta train station. The Route 900 / free shuttle bus stops nearby at corner of Macquarie & O’Connell Street. There is paid parking directly above The Bower in the Hunter Street (Justice Precinct) carpark.

Cancellation fees apply

Between 3 and 1 day notice 50% of ticket price
Less than 24 hours notice 80% of ticket price

Refund Policy

Between 3 and 1 day notice 50% of ticket price Less than 24 hours notice 80% of ticket price

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The Bower's Mission is to: Reduce the amount of `hard waste’ going to landfill through education, repair, reuse and resale. Raise awareness of the value of waste reduction. Advocate for long life design, repairable products and the use of sustainable, recyclable materials for appliances and furnishings. Encourage community awareness of environmentally responsible design and manufacture. Provide affordable goods to low-income earners and other disadvantaged groups in the community. Involve the community in the development and achievement of these objectives. Generate employment opportunities and skills training in the community. Contribute to the social and environmental sustainability of the Sydney community via these objectives.

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