Morelanders, come and learn everything you need to know to get started with reusable nappies!
About this event:
Have you thought about making the switch to cloth nappies but are unsure about where to start? Elana from Cloth Nappy Workshops, Melbourne will take you through the benefits of cloth nappies and dispel any myths.
In this FREE 1.5 hour online workshop, you will discover the world of modern cloth nappies. Elana will take you through how to wash them, where to buy them and what to look for. She will cover washing tips, dispel all those myths, show the different styles of modern cloth and most importantly an opportunity to ask questions to get you confident with cloth.
This is a comprehensive introduction to cloth nappies, and suits both expectant parents, and those who already have children in nappies.
The presentation covers the benefits of cloth nappies (environmental, economical, etc.), the different styles (fitteds, pockets, AI2s, prefolds etc), how to wash them, and hacks to make cloth super easy.
You’ll be able to ask Elana questions and be shown a wide variety of cloth nappies, but also other reusables such as ‘pull ups’, swim nappies and cloth wipes.
Free. Due to limited spaces, this event is only open to residents in the Merri-bek municipality.
But be quick because workshops are limited to 20 people!
Attendees will be notified of the Zoom meeting link via email just prior to the event start time.
Book now to attend this online workshop which is being held on Wednesday 10 August 2022 at 7.30 pm. The workshop will be via Zoom.
For questions relating to booking please contact Michelle Hobson at Merri-bek City Council on 03 9240 1111 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Moreland City Council has engaged Elana from Cloth Nappy Workshops, Melbourne to facilitate our Reusable Nappy workshop.
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Hope to see you there!
Moreland City Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Merri-bek, and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging, as well as to all First Nations’ communities who significantly contribute to the life of the area.
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