Napier RSA Natter and Craft

Hawke's Bay
Second Wednesday of the month, 10am

The Napier RSA Natter and Craft is a new group and is exactly how it sounds. They welcome all types of crafting and enjoy the interesting conversations that go with it.

Each session offers different types of activities encourage by members, occasionally they offer specialty workshops. They welcome everyone who enjoys crafts to join in the gatherings and bring any projects that you would like to work on. As you work on your own personal projects this are a free event. When they have instructors or workshops donations are appreciated. They will advertise these instructor workshops in advance, but you can still bring your own projects to work on.


Free and by Koha

For more info visit:

Napier RSA Natter and Craft


34 Vautier Street


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