Does your child love food and want to learn more about how to cook?
Do you ever wish you had a helping hand in the kitchen?
Ever wonder how to turn your child on to healthy eating habits?
The deadline has been extended for #SummerThymeCooks - a fresh approach to learning about cooking, collaboration, and cost!
The Culinary Literacy Center and Vetri Community Partnership are excited to present FREE summer cooking class for kids and teens at Parkway Central Library. The classes are designed to teach students basic cooking skills, how to read a recipe, shopping tips, and learn all about ingredients. Each class ends with a family-style meal where the students will eat the food they’ve cooked. Students will go home each week with a grocery bag filled with ingredients so they can make the meal at home with their families.
There are two classes: one for kids going into 5th & 6th grade and one for teens going into grades 7th - 12th.
Students can sign up in the Central Children’s Department or in Teen Central in Philbrick Hall at the Parkway Central Library by Wednesday, June 22nd. Students will be notified of their selection by the end of June. If you have any questions, please call Jamie at 215-686-5323.