Basket weavers will be busy on Saturday, August 26th, and the Albert County Museum. Drop by and watch them at work and learn how to weave a wicker basket.
We will use willow branches to make a functional basket - the type that could be used to gather food from the field or the forest.
An Acadian basket weaver and three other weavers (with varying levels of experience) will demonstrate how to make a basket from willow branches. This free demonstration will begin at 10am and finish at 4pm. Feel free to drop in at any point, or several times, to see the process, take pictures and ask questions.
Feel free to visit the museum garden as well and ask the Museum Gardener, Janet Wallace, questions about organic gardening.
Apprenez comment faire un panier en tiges de saule. Venez observer des vanniers. Posez des questions et prenez des photos.
Cette démonstration de Vannerie en Osier est offerte en français et en anglais; this demonstration is offered in French and English.
For more information about the demonstration, museum garden or storytelling project, please contact Janet Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Growing Together: Seeds from the past; seeds for the future” is funded in part by the Government of Canada. Ce projet est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.