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Learn something new during Term 3 at CWEA

Wednesday, July 13, 2022   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Community Groups, education, workshop, Courses

The start of Term 3 at the Canterbury WEA is fast approaching and there’s so much happening! There are over 50 courses, workshops and talks on offer from Sunday 31st July 2022.

Check out these opportunities all starting soon - many have only a few seats left…

  • Upcycling wool blankets: Recycle or mend blankets during this course that is suitable for any age and skills level. Please bring your own sewing machine.
  • Find Out About: Join this series of lunch time talks on Fridays shining a light on the activities of local organisations.
  • Kairos Food Rescue: The South Island’s First Free Store: Discover what a free store is and hear about the hundreds of tons of food that Kairos save and distribute to families in need.
  • A Day in the Life of an Embalmer: Find out about the often unspoken of work of embalmer and local funeral director Olivier Martyn and the deep honour and respect given to this important if unusual role.
  • The Living Wage Movement and Why We Need It Now More Than Ever: Learn about some of the reasons we need a living wage, including the skyrocketing cost of living, rising inequality, and housing inequity.

Find out more about Term 3 classes, courses and events from the Canterbury WEA. You can also pop into the office at 59 Gloucester Street to discuss what's available.