Richmond Beekeepers Association Candle Making Workshop

10 Nov

Candle Making, November 29, 2014

The Richmond Beekeepers Association annual candle making workshop is coming up on November 29, from 1-3 pm at the Terra Nova Sharing Farm in Richmond.  We are hoping you will join us – It’s a great day full of socializing, food, and waxy fun to get you into the Christmas spirit!  There are lots of folks on hand that will be sharing their candle making experience and creativity.  Come on down, make candles, and bring a snack to share. Coffee will be provided.

  • When:
    November 29, from 1-3 pm
  • Where:
    The Barn at Terra Nova Rural Park (map)
    2631 Westminster Highway, Richmond
    The address sign at the entrance to the gravel driveway lists the Terra Nova Schoolyard Society and Richmond Fruit Tree Project Sharing Farm. There are public washrooms on the north side of The Barn.
    There’s a parking area beside the driveway.  Additional parking is at Terra Nova Natural Area, about 200 meters to the east on the other side of Westminster Highway. (Note: This section of the “highway” is more like a rural lane.)
  • Cost:
    RBA members registration- $5.00 per person and $10.00 for families
    Non-RBA members registration- $10.00 per person and $20.00 for families
    Registration proceeds of this event will be donated to the Sharing Farm for their generosity in hosting us at the Red Barn
    Wax will be $10.00 a lb, you will weigh out at the end.
    Wicks, tea light holders and candle molds will be provided. If you want bring your own please do so.

If you have further questions please contact Lianne or Miriam


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