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15May/180

Majacraft Camp is coming!

This is our first announcement for Majacraft Camp 2019! Now this might sound like its a long way off, but you know how fast the time goes by, and we know many of you will need to make travel plans well in advance. For our next Camp we have set the dates for 1st to 3rd of March 2019. Our venue is the same as previous years at the Keswick Conference Centre in Rotorua New Zealand, which is convenient to the Airport and central in the North Island. It is also, of course, one of the most interested geographical regions in New Zealand with all the Thermal activity;  geysers, boiling mud pools, and of course the wonderfully relaxing mineral hot pools!

We have a fabulous group of tutors for this event, and as this year progresses we will post more about each one and their area of speciality, we have a spin focussed program for you this time and there is sure to be plenty to pique your interest. We are also making a change to our usual program and this time you will have the opportunity to attend all four workshops on offer over the weekend, so you won't miss a thing!

The following flyer contains the details, please feel free to download and share this, and contact us to register your interest as places are limited!

Please click the image to view the larger version.

And while we are talking camp.... another big surprise! We will also be running Majacraft Camp Australia the week before 22nd to 24th February!  Yes you can choose your venue and make your travel plans for either (or both!) events. The wonderful Janet Day is organising and running our Majacraft camp in Australia, which will also be a fiber fun packed event at a lovely venue, and with Janet behind the wheel you can be confident of a warm welcome and a lovely weekend planned for you. Please can contact Janet direct for more information and bookings, (go to www.myspinonthings.com.au or contact Janet on 0425777173.)

Please check out the flyer below for the slightly different program across the ditch, click for a larger image :)