Here are some festive workshops put on by our members this December to help you celebrate this festive season in style and give your home the Christmasy Feel.
The Little Red Barn and Gift Shop will get you in the Holiday Spirit with their Holiday Paint Parties from Gnomes to Christmas Trees. Check out their website for details and create a masterpiece or two.
Christmas Cocktails, how can we impress our friends? Well, Westlake Grill at Heritage Ranch is hosting a class that will teach you the tricks & techniques to brew up some unique Christmas-themed concoctions this Wednesday, December 8, at 7:30 pm. Check out their website to see if there is still space and create a cocktail worth sharing.
Looking for that perfect centrepiece for your Christmas Dinner, why not learn how to make our own. Parkland Garden Centre and Nurseries will teach you how to make a festive arrangement with candles, fresh evergreens and more to add that flickering glow to your Christmas décor. Space is limited, so call soon to book your space at 403-346-5613.
Brunch is never a bad idea, and now you can combine it with a Gnome Workshop, or maybe a beautiful Christmas Centrepiece put on by Stems Flowers and Café at Bo’s Bar and Stage; what a great experience.
Kerry Wood Nature Centre is getting crafty with workshops on everything from Soap making and Wet Felting Mittens to creating your Masterpiece with their Wings & Brushes Workshop. These make the perfect gift homemade and straight from the heart.
Bring your besties and dive into these fun workshops presented by Stems Flowers and Cafe using fresh greens and bobbles to recreate a little piece of Whoville or a Woodland gnome! All supplies and tools included. The best part is a portion of the proceeds will go back to The Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.
The Lacombe & District Historical Society will be hosting a Traditional Victorian Christmas at the Michener House Saturday, December 11 and 18. Join them from 1 pm to 4 pm and make your own Mini Nordic Christmas Gnomes ornaments for your Christmas tree or perhaps a Wood cut-out Market Stall Christmas Card “German Traditions” the following weekend. Details can be found by going to their website or social media sites.
If you have any Holiday Workshops happening this Christmas Season, please let us know or submit them to our Tourism Red Deer’s Event Calendar.
Regarding all workshops and classes, please note the Government of Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program.