Macrame Plant Hangers: Eco-Art Workshop for Adults

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Learn the ropes with our experienced facilitator! | 17 June

Saturday 17 June 2017, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the RGQ warehouse 20 Burke Street, Woolloongabba 4102.

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Wallpaper Journal: Eco-Art Workshop for Adults

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If you want to learn bookbinding, we've got you covered! | 20 May

Saturday 20 May 2017, 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm at the RGQ warehouse 20 Burke Street, Woolloongabba 4102.

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Not J*nk Mail May 2017

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Hello Garbage Reversalists!

We hope that you have been enjoying the inundation of public holidays recently! As a worker-run cooperative, we particularly cherish May Day, and are certainly thankful for all of the gains made by those involved in the labour movement.



Not J*nk Mail April 2017

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Happy Easter all!

RGQ's Clothing Repair Cafe with Jane Milburn

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Join the Fashion Revolution!

Thursday 20 April, 6:30 - 8:30pm at the RGQ warehouse 20 Burke Street, Woollongabba 4102
Register to attend (FREE)

WIN Easter School Holidays Eco-Art Workshops

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Crack open your kids' creativity this Easter!

 

We're excited to be giving away five FREE Easter Workshops to 5 lucky kids this Easter!! (normally valued at $21.80)

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Not J*nk Mail March 2017

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Ahhhh welcome Autumn and cooler temperatures with any luck!

Planning a trip through space and time in the near future? We've got the vehicle for you - only slightly used. See details below for this magnificent [play] machine.

Not J*nk Mail Feb 2017

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Wow! Hello Reverse Garbage Queensland fans,

Woven Coil Bowls

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Adult Eco-Art Workshop | 25 March

In this workshop, using a simple hand sewing technique, we will be creating a “coil bowl.” The facilitator will show you how to get started, how to add materials as your bowl progresses and demonstrate how to finish off your bowl. Depending on time and the size of the initial bowl or vessel you would like to make, you may be able to make a second smaller bowl to complement the one you've made and to reinforce what you've learnt.

Not J*nk Mail Jan 2017

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Why hello there 2017!