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    Cute Closed Terrariums with Winter

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    Event description

    Closed terrariums are miniature, self-sufficient indoor gardens. They're cute, fun to make, simple to care for, and easy to recreate again at home. 

    If you manage to kill even the most un-killable of cacti but still yearn for some greenery at your office or home, then working with terrariums might be your best bet.

    A terrarium is hassle-free and if you do it right you never have to water it or remove the lid! And, once you've learned how to build your first terrarium, you can make them again yourself as gifts for your friends' - housewarmings, birthdays, Thank-yous...even cuter with a personalised trinket.

    All materials are provided and you'll get to take home your beautiful creation at the end of the workshop!

    What will we cover?

    This is a fun, hands on class were you’ll go home with your little patch of green bliss. 

    Within the workshop you will learn how:

    • Terrariums actually work
    • To construct them using layering techniques
    • To decorate and “landscape” your creation
    • To continue to care for yours at home

    All materials will be supplied, but feel free to bring in some little figurines or trinket to personalise your terrarium!


    • Wheelchair Accessibility Venue
    • Quiet Spaces
    • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreter Upon Request 
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms

      Who will be Teaching?

      Who will be Teaching? Winter (she/her) is a passionate green-thumb and proud kokedama parent to many thriving moss balls. As well as interests in plants and gardening, Winter is a hobby collector - always trying out new things - and has a particular soft spot for anything that glows-in-the-dark.

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      Questions or other ways we can assist with accessibility? Feel free to email Maddy (she/her) at

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