Time: September 12, 2009 from 6pm to 9pm
Group Type: Just South of Woodland Park Zoo in a Church Kitchen
Street: 503 N. 50th St. 98103
Event Type: workshop, skilling, up, for, powerdown
Organized By: Briana Barrett
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2009
Canning and Jamming Workshop
With Teachers Sue and Bree and
The Whole Family!
Learn to preserve fruit in a small, hands-on workshop with Sue Miller, highly experienced mother-teacher-preserver, and teacher Bree. There are slots available for 6 adult students and 5-6 children.
In the care of teacher Bree, children will learn low-heat fruit dehydrating, make art with food, and more. Please provide your child with a brown-bag dinner.
Meanwhile with Sue Miller, adults will safely prep and can baby food, fruit spread for sandwiches, and filling for easy Winter pies! Bring zucchini, cucumber, or other squash, in case there’s time for pickling.
Take home jars of your own work!
Workshop Fee: $60 per family (children free with confirmed RSVP)
Where? The church kitchen at 503 N. 50th St.
Just South of the Woodland Park Zoo. Directions available.
When? 2 workshops are available:
Saturday, September 12th 6-9p.m. (RSVP by Sept. 11th , 9p.m.)
Thursday, September 17th 6-9p.m. (RSVP by Sept. 16th , 9p.m.)
Contact teacher Bree with questions, requests, and to RSVP.