Autumn/Winter Festival 4th - 5th November
Our in-store festival in a bi-annual celebration of our community with workshops and limited items.
Across the two days of celebration we will be running a series of outdoor and Japanese inspired events. These will run on a first-come-first-served basis and can be subject to last minute changes. More details to be released via the newsletter.
Minor Figures Latte Art Masterclass
Join Minor Figures in a latte art masterclass celebrating all things coffee, oats and nature. With from award-winning latte artist Ernie Fernandez (from Gentleman Baristas), you’ll have a chance to learn new latte skills and techniques that you can repeat at home. From flowers to birds, Ernie will teach you everything you need to know, and all using Minor Figures’s silky, microfoamable organic Barista Oat milk.
Minor Figures is a brand inspired by imagining a future worth saving. Celebrating coffee, community and the planet that brings both together. Hear from the brand about their carbon neutrality, B Corp status and connecting with consumers to inspire them to vote oat, all whilst sipping a delicious coffee.
Sunday 10:00, 11:00 and 12:00.
From Trees Tea Masterclass
Join From Trees for a unique workshop adventuring into the use of organic pure plant teas. Learn to slow brew, savouring the leaves and honouring the trees. Explore a new daily ritual that benefits collective health - for you and the planet.
Saturday 13:00 -14:00. Sunday 10:00 - 11:00.
Spritz & Sounds
Shima Drinks bring you Spritz & Sounds at Snow Peak. Join them as they offer a flavour of the Listening Bars of Japan. Relax with their signature Saké Spritzes in hand as they play carefully curated tunes on beautifully fashioned audio equipment. Inspired by the meeting of form & function that lies at the heart of Snow Peak’s craftmanship, they're pairing their delicate cocktails with songs from Tokyo to London. Please keep your voices down as you enjoy the space and take a moment to connect with your senses.
Saturday 18:00 - 19:00.
18+ (Proof of age required)
We'll be running an anodising workshop throughout the day in store where you'll have the chance to learn how this process is performed. Our unique anodising process will allow you to transform your own titanium spork into a variety of colours! Saturday 10:00 - 17:00. Sunday 10:00 - 14:00.
Please note: We're only able to anodise NEW Snow Peak titanium sporks and cups. Due to the magic of anodising sometimes results can be unpredictable with unwanted / unexpected colours being produced.
Wabi Sabi is a well-known Japanese concept centred on the acceptance and celebration of imperfection and impermanence.This workshop aims to connect participants back to nature, creating individual pieces that they can take away with them. They can see the beauty of food waste and wilting flowers creating beautiful natural colours on Snow Peak items.The dye will not ‘disappear’ but will age over time to create an evolving story.It’s a great opportunity to discuss sustainability and our relationship with nature.
Saturday 14:00 - 17:00. Sunday 14:00 - 16:00.
Join Akemi and Yas to explore the Japanese art of paper folding. Children and adults alike can enjoy this simple yet creative and relaxing craft. Origami is a great wayto practiceattention and use your hands to create something beautiful. This origami workshop will cater to all age groups. We’ll learn the basics of paper folding, as well as making Snow Peak inspired origami tents, chairs and more.
Saturday 16:00 - 17:00. Sunday 14:00 - 15:00.
Try your hand at the traditional art of Wa-Hon, Japanese book binding, where Tomoko will show you the basics of the traditional Japanese stab binding method. Wa-Hon are traditionally made of washi, durable, fibrous Japanese paper, but in this workshop with a modern twist, we will use a range of recycled materials, paper, and origami to customise your own Wa-Hon Snow Peak style! You will make your own highly personal and unique notebook to take home with you, as well delve into an age-old Japanese traditional craft.
‘Geijutsu no aki – Celebration of Art in Autumn’
Autumn is the season when the leaves begin to change colour, the days get shorter, and we want to feel cosy at home. We celebrate autumn with art in Japan by participating in craft activities, visiting museums, picking up new books or simply going for a walk to admire the autumn leaves.
Make your own Snow Peak autumn notebook with Tomoko from Shiki Botanical.
This workshop will operate on a first-come-first-serve basis every hour at 11:00, 12:00, 13:00 and 14:00 on Sunday, so make sure you turn up early to ensure you get a spot!
Introduction to Japanese
Join Yas for our introduction to the Japanese language! This class is designed to be an introductory class for complete beginners, with the aim of providing an insight into the language and its writing systems. We’ll learn some easy-to-remember characters and basic phrases, as well as exploring some nature and outdoors-inspired words and phrases. If you’ve ever been curious about learning Japanese or want to gain an insight into this unique language, now is your opportunity!
Saturday 11:00 - 12:00. Sunday 13:00 - 14:00.
The Snow Peak Camping 101 is designed to teach the basics of getting started with camping and grow your confidence to explore the outdoors. This workshop is open for all abilities, including those who have never camped before - we aim to make camping accessible for all levels!
Our camp experts will help you explore your camping options including shelter; sleep systems; cooking; lighting; clothing and more! You’ll even have the opportunity to set up your own mini campsite with us in store!
It's a great opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and new camping buddies, as well as hear about our up-coming camping trips you can join us on too!
Saturday 17:00 - 18:00.