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Needle Felting & Essential Oil Bracelets

March 23

Needle Felting (10am-1pm)

Learn the basics of needle felting while you sculpt an owl, raccoon or beaver.  A special barbed needle and raw wool roving are all that are required to create these charming little creatures.  Enjoy a one time art experience, or start your new lifelong hobby! Additional kits will also be available for $14/kit

The class will be taught by Judy Zeke who is a resident of Neepawa and Clear Lake. She has over 30 year experience as a middle years and high school art teacher.​

Essential Oil Bracelets (2pm-4:30pm)

Karen Numrich of Bohemian Rhapsody will be providing a workshop on her very popular essential oil bracelets using gemstone and lava beads. These bracelets are a great way to “wear” your essential oils.

Karen will have a wide range of high quality gemstone beads from her own collection to choose from. High quality focal beads and supplies will be provided to make your own unique essential oil bracelet. Cost is $40 which includes all the supplies to make one bracelet. You can also make a second bracelet for $20. Karen will share her knowledge of crystal properties and you will be able to sample a Bohemian Rhapsody essential oil on your bracelet. After the bracelet is complete we will sage your bracelet to “cleanse” it. Bracelet kits will also be available to take home for $25.

Bohemian Rhapsody will also have their jewelry and essential oils to purchase after the workshop.


Check out their Instagram: @bohemianrhapsodyrocks

March 22-24 Stay Package: $530+taxes (Double Occupancy) $385+taxes (Single Occupancy)

Additional Person in the Hotel Room (4 Max): $175+taxes/person

Add Retreat Package to Chalet Stay: $145+taxes/person

Needle Felting Class Only: $50

Essential Oil Bracelet Class Only:$40

P.O. Box 40

#3 Mooswa D. E

Onanole, MB


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