Your crafty side is dying to get out. You know it is, so break it out for a good cause this month.
While December can come with a ton of commitments, don’t miss your chance to grab a little fun time with friends and family, learn a few new tricks and benefit Improving Public Places. You’ll be supporting the great work of this volunteer group that helps beautify parks and other public spaces.
The IPP Wreath Workshop fundraiser meets Sunday, Dec. 6. You’ll learn new techniques for making natural holiday wreaths with fresh greens and leave with an amazing creation you made from scratch. More importantly, you’ll know you’re making a difference in your community.
Two sessions are scheduled: 9 am-noon and 1 pm-4 pm. All ages are welcome for the morning session. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The afternoon is an adult only session. Sessions meet in Orange Memorial Park.
Not only will there be crafting, but you’ll enjoy refreshments and music.
Advanced registration is required. The $25 workshop fee gets you one wire wreath ring, a paddle of florist wire, assorted fresh greens sustainably harvested, berries, cones and a handmade bow with the ribbon of your choice.
For complete details, including a list of items you’ll need to provide, give the Parks and Recreation Department a call at 650-829-3800.