Thursday 24 January 2019 at 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Whangarei Central Library
Calling all Lords, Ladies and Knights of the Realm . . . Come one, come all to the Medieval MakerSpace.
Come along in your Medieval garb
- Find out about courtly life in the Middle Ages
- Learn how accessorise Medieval style
- Make your own knight's helm or royal coronet
Suitable for tweens and school-aged children.
All participants are encouraged to show off their finery at the Kiwi North Medieval Madness Day children's parade on Sunday 27 January 2019.
More details: Medieval Madness at Kiwi North
A MakerSpace is a place you come to create.
It is an extension of learning. A fusion of book smarts and creative magic.
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