Learn how to make your own beeswax wraps and keep your food fresh and plastic free! Nambucca Shire Council in partnership with MIDWASTE are running a Bees Wax Wrap making workshop at the Pioneer Community Centre in Bowraville to teach people how to make, use and care for beeswax wraps and kick the single-use plastic habit while keeping food fresh.
If you want to kick the single-use disposable plastic habit then homemade beeswax wraps are a great alternative. You can use them in the place of cling wrap to cover food and keep it fresh, plus they’re reusable and can easily be refreshed if the wax starts to wear. They can be used for wrapping veggies, sandwiches, baked goods and small snacks or to cover leftovers in the fridge.
Come along to a workshop and learn how to make, use and care for beeswax wraps, $20 Per Person, Includes workshop & 3 wraps to take home.
The Bees Wax Wraps making workshop is on Saturday 28th of July, 1.30 – 3.30pm Pioneer Community Centre, High Street, Bowraville Bookings are essential online at www.midwaste.org.au/bee-wax-wrap-workshop