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Attendees receive $100 worth of Waste Free Parenting products to take home provided by Waimakariri District Council.
The workshops are entertaining, inspiring and thought provoking. Kate covers a variety of topics including recycling properly, reducing food waste, composting, reducing packaging, cloth nappy basics and she shows lots of new products that suit modern parent's busy lifestyles.
The workshop will be held at Pegasus Bay School, 5 Solander Road, Pegasus on the 17 September.
The cost to attend is $25 for an individual or a couple. Bookings are essential as spaces are limited. Tickets are available through Kate's website www.wastefreeparenting.co.nz
Grandparents, expectant mums and dads and parents of young children get a lot out of the workshop and the tickets often sell out. Come along to a workshop, get educated and change the world for our future generations.
For more information please contact Kate Meads on 027 2211242 or email@example.com