Come to Appleton Farms for this very special workshop with chef Carolyn Grieco as we explore the wonderful world of ancient grains and how to incorporate them in your daily cooking. Locally grown and milled grains are popping up everywhere and their culinary popularity continues to grow. We’ll explore many different varieties of grains along with their flavor & texture profiles, nutritional benefits, and how to handle them in the kitchen. We’ll prepare unique recipes incorporating some of these grains, and enjoy a wonderful dinner at the end of the evening. Class includes hands-on cooking with professional chef instruction and printed recipes. BYBO beer & wine allowed.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a… Peep? Tweens and teens in grades 6-12 show off your engineering skills as we construct catapults with common household items, then test them by launching Peeps! Will yours fly the farthest? Please contact Emely, Teen Services Librarian, with questions.
TOHP Burnham Public Library invites tweens and teens for a fun session of coloring for adults! Stop by to relax and color with friends. All supplies provided, or bring your own! Enjoy snacks and door prizes. If you plan on coming please contact April Wanner at the library.
It’s winter. The air inside is stale, you just ate a bag of chips for lunch, and the couch is calling your name. There’s stuff you should be doing, but you’re just not feeling it – and yet another nap seems so boring. We have just the thing to make you feel tip top in no time! Join us for an energetic hike around the Crane Estate! Route will be determined by weather. The pace will be brisk, the air will be fresh, the chips will be burned off, and you’ll leave feeling invigorated!
Highlighting this selection of French symphonic miniatures is harpist Ina Zdorovetchi. She will be featured in Debussy's gorgeous Danse Sacrée e Profane and Ravel's sparkling Introduction and Allegro.
Joppa Flats Education Center host a great session about animal skull and teeth! Teeth can tell you all about an animal's diet, feeding behavior, and strategy for survival. Skulls can tell you if an animal was a canine or feline. We'll examine skulls and teeth and try to imagine the animals that owned them. Finally, we'll create "mystery-ivores" with their own activities and diets.
Everyone loves brunch! Join Appleton Cooks! for this hands-on culinary class to sharpen up your kitchen skills and fill your recipe book with seasonal and delicious recipes from professional chef-instructor Carolyn Grieco.
Celebrate the irrational and infinite number of pi and Einstein’s birthday with a special Pi(e) party. Bring your friends. For kids in Grades 6-12. Please contact Emely, Teen Services Librarian, with questions.
This workshop is all about keeping it simple in the kitchen! No lengthy recipes or special shopping list needed… we’ll prepare delicious, creative dishes using only a handful of seasonal ingredients and culinary techniques for simple success in your home kitchen. These recipes are sure to please all, whether weeknight suppers for the family or company dinners, and our menu may include dishes such as Escarole & Dropped Egg Soup with Parmesan, Maple & Mustard Crusted Chicken, Shell Pasta with Spicy Red Clam Sauce, and Sheet Pan Veggie Roasts. Class includes hands-on cooking, chef instruction, printed recipes, and a wonderful meal at the end of the evening.
Thursday, April 26
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