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The Perth and District Canadian Federation of University Women in collaboration with the Friends of the Tay Watershed Association presents: Local Perspectives on Climate Change: A Call to Action!
15 April, 2013 from 7:30 to 9:30 PM at the Royal Canadian Legion, 26 Beckwith Street East, Perth, Ontario. Doors open at 7 PM
Join us at kricklewood Farm for a Sunday afternoon of soapmaking! Using the cold process method, we combine goat milk, a variety of fats, lye, herbs and essential oils to give a high quality all natural bar of soap. This is a hands-on worskhop with small groups making their own batch of soap. All workshops begin with a lesson in hand milking so bring along your rubber boots! Sessions begin at 1:00 pm and run approximately 3-4 hours. Classes are small and cost is $35 tax included.