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WORKSHOP

28 Jul | HANOVER HOUSE

Repairs Workshop

Learn how to repair your clothes and extend the life of your garments from the team at Future From Waste Lab in this casual repairs workshop.

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REPAIRS WORKSHOP

Date: Thursday 28th July 2022
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Price: $15

In this casual workshop, the Future From Waste Lab staff will demonstrate the basics of home repairing, teaching you key techniques for extending the life of your garments. Participants will learn how to repair a split seam, replace a missing button or patchwork over a tear or hole. You may bring in a piece of your own clothing to repair, or practice using waste materials supplied by the Lab.

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Event Information

VENUE

Future From Waste Lab (Lobby),
Hanover House, 158 City Rd,
Southbank VIC 3006

DATES

Thursday 28th July 2022

PRICE

Thursday 28th July 2022: $15

15 spaces

TIME

6am - 8pm

VENUE ACCESS

We aim to make all guests, staff and collaborators feel welcome at BETA events. There is a wheelchair access ramp at the entry and wheelchair accessible lifts within the building, but please note that due to narrow areas within the venue, this event requires assisted access for wheelchair users and those with restricted mobility. If you have accessibility requirements we encourage you to book a free companion ticket, so that a carer or friend can assist you throughout the building. Please email tickets.beta@sthbnk.com to book.

ACCESSIBLE PARKING

Wilson Parking at 2 Freshwater Place, Southbank is approximately 3 minutes from the venue and has a number of designated disabled bays. The Arts Centre Melbourne Car Park is approximately 10 minutes from the venue and has wheelchair accessible parking available on the lower level.

ACCESSIBLE DROP OFF

There is no formal drop off area onsite, however there is a small break in parking with curb cut access on Power Street, which can be used for quick drop offs if needed.

ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE

There is a wheelchair access ramp at the entry of the building and wheelchair accessible lifts within the building.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Nearest accessible train stop: Flinders Street Station is approximately 10 minutes from the venue and is fully wheelchair accessible.

Nearest accessible tram stop: Tram Stop 115 (Casino/Southbank/Queens Bridge St) is approximately 5 minutes from the venue and is a low level access stop. This stop is partially serviced by low-floor trams. Visit ptv.vic.gov.au to find out if your tram route has low floor trams.

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