Mississauga Festival of Trees - Holiday Card Making Workshop

Thu Dec 16 2021 at 01:30 pm to 03:30 pm

CreativeHub 1352 at Small Arms Inspection Building | Mississauga

CreativeHub 1352
Publisher/HostCreativeHub 1352
Mississauga Festival of Trees - Holiday Card Making Workshop The Mississauga Festival of Trees is a new multi day event celebrating the joy of the winter season.
About this Event

In this workshop led by Henrietta Parkes, participants will have the opportunity to create 4 winter-themed cards using a variety of inks, paper and blending tools. This is the perfect opportunity to make beautiful hand-made greeting cards for the holiday season. Each participant will leave with four unique cards and the skills to “step up” their card making to the next level.


No previous experience required. Materials and equipment provided.


The Mississauga Festival of Trees runs from December 9th-19th, 2021. The festival celebrates the joy of the winter season, showcasing displays of seasonal lights, contemporary artist-created tree and wood pile art installations, artisan and culinary markets, entertainment and workshops and a Family PJ Party. Set against the unique backdrop of the Small Arms Inspection Building, a restored heritage treasure in the GTA, the Mississauga Festival of Trees is one not to be missed. Learn more here, full calendar of events available here.




Holiday Card Making Workshop Prices:

$20 per participant




Workshop Times:

December 16, 2021, 1:30-3:30pm





FAQs

What can I expect?

The Mississauga Festival of Trees runs from December 9th to 19th. The festival celebrates the joy of the winter season, showcasing displays of seasonal lights, contemporary tree and wood pile art installations, artisan and culinary markets, entertainment and workshops, at the beautiful, historic venue of the Small Arms Inspection Building. Learn more here, full calendar of events available here.

Do I need my proof of vaccination against COVID-19 to enter the event?

In accordance with municipal and provincial guidelines, Proof of Vaccination is required prior to entering the venue as well as offering information for contact tracing. Don’t forget your Vaccine Passport and ID matching the name on your proof of vaccination. Masks covering your nose and mouth must be worn at all times while indoors, except for when eating or drinking in designated areas.

Is there an age restriction on the event?

This event is targeted to ages 16+ years.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

The Small Arms Inspection Building is located at 1352 Lakeshore Road East, on the south side, at Dixie Road. There is plenty of free car parking available on the site and in the area.

What can/can't I bring to the event?

All equipment will be provided to you upon arrival.

Is my ticket transferrable?

No, tickets are only valid for the date for which they were purchased. If you have further questions or would like to transfer your ticket, please contact us through Eventbrite or at [email protected]

Are any profits made going to a good cause?

Mississauga Festival of Trees is presented by CreativeHub1352 (formerly the Small Arms Society), an incorporated non-profit organization (Charitable Status #: 848778866RR0001). Our goal is to celebrate creativity and to continue our role in helping to define and promote the community vision for this important space. All proceeds go to support community arts, heritage and environmental programs.

This Festival is run by volunteers with financial support from our wonderful sponsors. We have done our utmost to keep the costs down and your ticket price low. Please buy a ticket and bring your friends, too!

Are ticket sales and space limited?

While the Small Arms Inspection Building is a large space, capacity constraints, teaching constraints, and COVID regulations mean that only a limited number of tickets will be made available for each day. We urge you to buy now to avoid disappointment!

Is the Mississauga Festival of Trees accessible?

Yes. The main exhibition space and all public facilities are barrier-free and include gender neutral washrooms.

As in any private or public building, it is a smoke-free and vape-free environment.

Please note that this is not an Allergen-free event/venue.

How can I further support your group/ Can I become a Solidarity Member of CreativeHub1352?

We rely on your support for initiatives like the Mississauga Festival of Trees and other programs, including In Situ The Lost Museum, the Lakeview Farmers' Market, Mississauga Summer Art Series and the many workshops and education programs we deliver each year. Our collective efforts are all about engaging the community and building cultural capacity in Mississauga. We are about innovation and diversity, creativity and accessibility. Our website tells our story. Consider purchasing a membership, becoming a volunteer, making a donation or exploring your creative side with CreativeHub1352.


Contact us

Visit our website at www.creativehub1352.ca or email us at [email protected]


Event Photos

Event Venue

CreativeHub 1352 at Small Arms Inspection Building, 1352 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga, Canada

Tickets

CAD 20.00

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