Urban Harvest: Natural Dyes from your Kitchen
This event has ended. It was scheduled for 5/12/2020.
6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 12Online via Zoom
Learn about using natural dyes, starting in your kitchen. Eagle River Nature Center naturalist Ute Olsson demonstrates how to prepare and dye natural fibers (wool, silk, cotton) with pantry items like onion skins, avocado pits, black beans, red cabbage, fruit peels, spices, tea and coffee. Watch the live demonstration, take notes and ask questions or follow along at home with supplies listed in the confirmation email.
Registration required; class video instructions and supplies list included in confirmation email upon registration. $10, members receive a 10% discount. Scholarships available by contacting Public Programs Manager Rebecca Pottebaum firstname.lastname@example.org. A recording of the class will be sent out to registrants after the presentation.
Urban Harvest is a series of classes teaching traditional skills for modern sustainable living. Your support contributes to sustained Museum programming.