Laneway Learning Kindness Kristmas Fest 2021

Join us for a fun afternoon of kindness! We’ll craft together, learn together and share the festive spirit with everyone! 

It’s been a hard year, after a very hard year… so for our 2021 Christmas Special we wanted to do something that is us but also a bit different.

This year’s festival is all about being KIND: to yourself, to your loved ones and to our community. Science has shown how acts of kindness releases oxytocin and dopamine in our brains. It not only makes us feel better and improve our mental health but it’s so effective it’s even being prescribed as a therapy for anxiety and depression!

Our Kindness Kristmas Festival gives you the opportunity to be kind to yourself via self care, make meaningful gifts for your loved ones and leave lovely surprises to strangers around the City of Melbourne. 

We’ll make sparkly bath bombs, learn how to make watercolour greeting cards, or print old family photos into tote bags. We’ll also have free coffee available with the wonderful guys of CoffeeRider & Co.

Come along and have a Kristmas of Kindness with Laneway Learning.

Saturday 4th of Dec, 2021

11am to 3pm

Popup stalls are free and classes are only $18 as materials have been sponsored by City of Melbourne. Please book for the classes below and rsvp on the Facebook event so we can make sure we have materials for everyone.

Pop up stalls

Our pop up stalls are all free! 

Join us and make some cute gifts for your loved ones or for yourself! It will take about 15-20minutes to make 

11am – 1pm

  • Decoupage pots
  • Paper ornaments

1pm – 3pm

  • Christmas dioramas
  • Cheeky Clay ornaments
  • Hand stitched surprises


Laneway Learning Central – Stalls

Level 3, Room 14-15, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne 3000 VIC

Studio of Possibilities – Classes

Level 2, Room 3, 37 Swanston St, Melbourne 3000 VIC

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This event is part of the Melbourne Christmas Festival. More information on other Christmassy events here.

The featured image above is borrowed and edited, with thanks, from Visual Stories – Micheile