Work by crafty kids up for sale
Children’s craft projects ranging from chopping boards to picnic tables are up for auction this week.
The Construction Association of Bermuda is showcasing the work of school students at the Botanical Gardens with silent bids welcomed before 6pm on Friday.
Primary schoolchildren made planter boxes and pupils from secondary and middle schools created coat racks, chopping boards and picture frames.
Senior and high school students showed off their technical and craft skills with garden chairs, benches and picnic tables.
Members of the public can visit Kids in Construction 2019 at the gardens’ slat house from 1pm until 6pm tomorrow and Friday.
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