Spend a rustic evening crafting dream catchers, learn to weave your very own dream catcher and learn the meaning behind the dream catchers a symbol shared by many First Nation.Dream catcher are hand-made charms from the Native American tradition, and it was believed that it could protect children from nightmares. The web-like patterns help to capture bad dreams and the open circle in the middle allows good dreams to come through so that children can sleep peacefully. Beads and feathers can be added to the dream catcher, each symbolizing different wishes and hopes.
workshop starts at 5.30 p.m
Basic materials for the craft will be provided .
Places are limited ,please book early