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SPIN CLUB: Kids Culinary Club
September 18, 2017 @ 3:05 pm - 5:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 3:05pm on Monday, repeating until October 16, 2017
This class has filled and we can not longer take registrations or walk-ins. If you are still interested in registering your child for this type of class, please call the Bonifas at 786-3833 and we will add your name to the interest list. When this type of class becomes available again, we will give you a call.
INSTRUCTORS: Dave Radloff / Stephanie Ostrenga / Irina Bruno
DATES: September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16
The Bonifas Arts Center is teaming up with 4-H SPIN Clubs this fall to teach kids how to cook locally grown food; and become healthy, happy cooks and eaters for life! Integral parts of the program are a shopping trip to the farmer’s market, basic kitchen tools and techniques, hands on food preparation, food safety, food chemistry and table manners.
Each class will include food preparation and the process of cooking culminating with a shared meal at the end of the class. Classes are held at Jones Elementary school kitchen. Kids from all local schools are welcome – this is a great after school program with build in snack and fun learning!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to have your children learn to cook and eat healthy!
September 18 – Farmer’s market trip (Willson Creek Gardens), omelets and salad; whipping and food safety
September 25 – pasta and tomato sauce, table setting and table manners
October 2 – pork cutlets (3), cole slaw (2), poached pears (cook first). Food mysteries. Use of silverware
October 9 – bread making and apple butter, food preservation, guest: Kirsten Tardiff from Echolight Hobby Farm with goat, milk and cheese
October 16 –Grand Finale: beef stew with roast vegetables and pear tart
Age group: 4 – 6 grades. 7 and 8 graders are welcome too. Register by Sept. 15.
Student Fee: $45.00
The class promotes farm to table experiences. Students will be able to pet a goat and each fresh bread with goat cheese to better understand where their food comes from.