Sure to appeal to those with a green thumb and a love of art, Hawkesbury Central Library is gearing for a workshop that will share the secrets of Kokedama creation.
To be held on Saturday, November 7, from 11am-2pm, participants will not only to treated to an insight into how the pieces are created and cared for, but they will walk away with one of their own design.
Kokedama is an ancient art which originated in Japan. It involves binding a plant in moss and twine, transforming them into living artworks.
The workshop will cost $40 per person and all materials will be supplied.
Bookings are essential and can be made by visiting tinyurl.com/y5vqkyg5.
Hawkesbury Library Service has a COVID safe plan in place and events are limited to a maximum of 20 participants.
Social distancing requirements will be observed and hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities will be provided.
Hawkesbury Central Library is located on the ground floor of the Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor.
Details: 4560 4460.