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Happy Halloween! What’s in the Box?

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MakerBay Tsuen Wan (HQ)

23 Mei Wan Street

Tsuen Wan, NT

Hong Kong

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Boo! Come and create your own scary box and play a little trick on your family and friends!

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Trick or treat? Halloween is coming and it can be so much fun! Want to have a unique prop to celebrate Halloween? Come and create your own scary box and play a little trick on your family and friends! Boo!

This workshop is the perfect chance to get in the Halloween spirit as you’re going to make a scary box for celebrating this spooky festival by applying basic woodworking skills. You will learn some practical mechanic tricks and build an interesting scary box from scratch — from sketching the box to cutting and polishing the wood, from assembling the box to adding festive decorations. Never used woodworking tools before? It doesn’t matter! This workshop is designed for beginners and our trained instructors will provide all the assistance you may need. No heavy machinery but only basic hand tools will be used. Come have fun and then ‘surprise’ your family and friends on Halloween!

Date & Time:

4 time slots available

30 Oct 2021 (Sat) 10:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00pm - 5:00pm

31 Oct 2021 (Sun) 10:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Venue: MakerBay (G/F, 23 Mei Wan Street, Tsuen Wan, N.T.)

Cost per session: $400 per person

Recommended age: 8+

*All materials and tools needed will be provided, but feel free to bring your own decorations!

*$600 for 2 people

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MakerBay Tsuen Wan (HQ)

23 Mei Wan Street

Tsuen Wan, NT

Hong Kong

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Hong Kong MakerSpace for Social and Environmental Impact

We are a cross-sectoral makerspace for innovation. We created MakerBay for makers that range from robotic companies to environmental NGOs, from mechanical engineering to traditional craftspeople, both at the same time, and everything in between. Simultaneously, we have strong focuses on individuals and organisations that are either environmental, social, and/or open-source.

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