Westminster residents invited to get creative for a cause

April 30, 2017 by  

Two members of New Westminster’s small business community are joining forces in an event that will allow locals to enjoy creative fun while supporting the Camp Kerry Society.

A day of soap-making classes has been planned, and they will be open to people of all ages. Those who attend will have an opportunity to learn how to craft their own handmade soaps using natural ingredients, which they can use themselves or give as gift. Only a limited number of seats have been made available, so the organizers have asked anyone who is interested in participating to register as early as possible.

The instruction will be provided in 100 Braid Street Studios, which is a building well known for its architecture. Proceeds from the day will be donated to the Camp Kerry Society, which works to support bereaved youth, children and families all across the province. Flyers can be use by those who plan a community-based function such as this with flyers and other marketing materials to effectively promote it to the surrounding area.

This day of fun an friendship has been planned for May 20. Both adult and child/youth tickets are available, and adult passes include beverages and other light refreshments. Additional information, as well as an opportunity to register and find out more about the business’s owner, can be found by visiting the organizer’s website.