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Come and join us to make a traditional Ukrainian wreath - Vinok. The workshop will be led by the Ukrainian community.
The flower wreath remains part of Ukrainian national attire and is worn on festive occasions and on holy days, and increasingly in daily life as a part of a wider cultural revival.
The workshop is approximately 2 hours long and is limited to 25 people per session.
Children of all ages are welcome, the supervision of a parent is required for children under 14 years because we will be using hot-glue guns.
All materials are provided
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