Wentworth artisans open new home

The Wentworth Makers’ open house at the weekend featured exhibitions and mini workshops including wire-wrapping stones hosted by instructor Dee Craig and enjoyed by Anne Spudvilas, of Wentworth, Terri Jaksch, of Pomona, Carol Treadwell, of Mildura, and Dorothy Adair, of Wentworth. Picture: Louise Barker

The Wentworth Makers’ open house at the weekend featured exhibitions and mini workshops including wire-wrapping stones hosted by instructor Dee Craig and enjoyed by Anne Spudvilas, of Wentworth, Terri Jaksch, of Pomona, Carol Treadwell, of Mildura, and Dorothy Adair, of Wentworth. Picture: Louise Barker

THE Wentworth Makers celebrated moving into their permanent home with the local community during an open house event at the weekend.

Located in the Old Guide Hall in Wentworth, a space that can accommodate the Makers’ meetings and community events, the open house provided an opportunity for the public to discover what the group was all about. 

The combination of an exhibition and mini-workshops proved to be a successful recipe, with the group increasing its membership by 50 per cent over the weekend, now totalling 30 members.

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