Reusing wine bottles with Perennial

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(KPLR)- If you would like to learn more about transforming objects, lives and communities, Theresa Hitchcock can help. Theresa is the Lead Instructor at Perennial and she stopped to tell us all about reusing wine bottles. She also showed us how to take an empty wine bottle and cut it to create a self-watering planter.

Perennial is a community workshop and store that offers educational programming in creative reuse to diverse populations and sells creatively re-purposed home goods and Eco-friendly project supplies.

They are located at 7413-15 South Broadway. If you'd like to get involved head to their website to sign up for a Wine Bottle Reuse Class.

Wine Bottle Reuse Class
Saturday, January 24
10:00am - Noon
$35 per student

Wine Bottle Reuse Class
Tuesday, March 17
6:30pm - 8:30pm
$35 per student

For additional information or to sign up for a class visit: perennialstl.org