CarriageWorks’ Sustainable Works
CarriageWorks’ Sustainable Works is a series of free community workshops exploring creative sustainability on the last Saturday of every month from 10am to 12pm.
Each month there’ll be three different workshops that you can join in on – it’s your pick!
Workshop topics will be vast and varied, including no-dig gardening, bush tucker basics, bike safety, public art, bartering, revamping your rethreads, soil prep and much more.
To participate in a Workshop you must register on the day. You can register from 8.30am at CarriageWorks’ barn doors, opposite Eveleigh Markets. Class sizes are limited, first in best dressed.
If you're really interested in creating or maintaining a kitchen garden, you can come down a little earlier at 9am and join our Kitchen Garden Club. It’s an informal discussion led by garden experts where you can swap gardening notes, wax-lyrical about organic home grown veggies, composting, soil prep and more, and trade excess food. More info here.
Saturday 30 April Workshops
Workshop 1. Earthly Delights
Is your dirt being difficult? Expert Ichsani will teach you the basics to getting the most out of your soil.
Workshop 2. Getting Weedy
Diego from Weedy takes you foraging for common weeds that can be used for food and medicine.
Workshop 3. Reverse Robots
Get robotic with it! Create retro, rad robot masks and outfits out of recycled and repurposed goods with Reverse Garbage.
Upcoming dates for your diary:
Saturday 30 April
Saturday 28 May
Saturday 25 June