Come and join the Cateran Ecomuseum team for a ‘hands on’ 2.5 hour session all about the past and future of the Hearth, the place in our home which
Come and join the Cateran Ecomuseum team for a ‘hands on’ 2.5 hour session all about the past and future of the Hearth, the place in our home which traditionally housed the source of energy – the fire – that kept us warm and cooked our food.
You’ll be able to have a go at learning how to build and light a fire yourself from scratch and build a shelter hear what the Hearth meant to our ancestors beyond giving us light and warmth and explore what kinds of energy we’ll be using to create the Hearth in our homes in the future.
And along the way you’ll get to hear the story of Robert The Brownie!
BOOKING ESSENTIAL via this eventbrite link
There will be a maximum if 8 participants and the event will be COVID-compliant.
This is one of five INHERITage events especially designed for the
Cateran Ecomuseum’s 2021 Museum of Rapid Transition programme
by Jane Wilkinson of Special Branch Baskets and funded by The Gannochy Trust
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Alyth Craft Tourism Garden, Eastfield House, Bamff Road, Alyth PH11 8DR