Craft classes resume with 50 students
Classes resumed at the Ettalong Arts and Crafts Centre early in February after a break of almost one year.
More than 50 students resumed in the first week, according to Centre president Mr Peter Mulholland.
"It has been a great cause of celebration for our tutors and students to return to near normal
conditions in the wake of covid restrictions.
"Class numbers are carefully monitored following the guidelines but there are a great many happy members.
"While our aim is to provide a welcoming space for local members of the community to pursue their favourite craft, it is no surprise to find that we have members from far and wide who have been travelling for several years to join the EBACC family."
Mr Mulholland said that, during the hiatus since March last year, the committee had met each month to deal with Covid 19 compliance issues to keep some activities operating, including plein aire painting and stitchery for the social "boobs and bags" group.
Newsletter, 20 Feb 2021
Peter Mulholland, EBACC