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Sift & Mix with Boston’s Best: Charlene Smith's Celebrity Chef Cooking Class for Kids!
Boston Center for Adult Education Continues Popular Celebrity Chef Kids Classes as Part of Its Bean City Kids Program!
The Boston Center for Adult Education’s (BCAE) Bean City Kids program is continuing the popular monthly series of interactive kids’ celebrity chef classes! On Monday, July 23rd, 2012 from 3:30PM to 4:30PM, kids will have the opportunity to tap into their creative side, working spoon to spoon with celebrity chef Charlene Smith of Sorellina, most recently seen winning The Food Network's "Sweet Genius."
The interactive cooking classes are hands-on, allowing kids to explore a whole new world of food appreciation while learning the tricks of the trade. They will take part in the cooking process from start to finish, building confidence and pride in the dishes they've created. At the end of the session the group will sit down with Chef Smith and enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Conveniently scheduled after school, the classes are perfect for children six to nine years of age! The themes & items prepared vary from month to month. All classes are nut-free. There MUST be a parent/caregiver present during class who is responsible for each child (no more than 3 kids per adult). Child's registration fee covers caregiver.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to sift and mix with Chef Charlene Smith!
More About Boston Center for Adult Education
Boston Center for Adult Education was founded by Dorothy Hewitt as a place where both women and men can gather to discuss a variety of topics and learn from each other for "the sheer pleasure of doing so." BCAE classes range in topics from the arts to physical health. It reserves the right to cancel classes in short notice, but it would refund up to 50-percent of tuition.