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Published January 4th 2020
It is said that the art of soap making dates back to 2800 BC. Evidence of this was found in Babylon during an excavation. Notably, a range of ingredients was used over the years, however, soap making is still considered a valuable skill to have.
The Roley Family Centre will be hosting a Soap Making Workshop on 4th April 2020 from 10 am to 1 pm. Rumours have it that participants will make close to 25 soaps, from natural ingredients. That is enough soap to last, at least, a year.
Students should bring the following items with them for this class:
3 empty 1-litre cardboard milk cartons or 4 Pringles or equivalent containers An old towel Disposable gloves to protect your hands An apron or old shirt to protect yourself and your clothing 2 clean flat bottomed buckets with a pourer and a box to take things home in
Workshop Fees are $65.00 per person and it is aimed at beginners or previous soap makers. Bookings can be done online.
Make 2020 a year to learn new skills which are timeless.