7/18/2019 Herbal Mania - Broccoli Head Chefs Cooking Class Registration

Thursday, July 18th, 2019 2:30-4:30pm
Broccoli Head Chefs (9-12 year olds)

Herbs bring a wealth of flavor to foods, but it can be hard to tell what exactly you are tasting in a food. We’ll start in the garden where we will hunt for a variety of herbs, and then bring them inside to taste and cook with.

This class is geared towards 9-12 year olds and emphasizes specific nutrition topics, following advanced recipes, and adjusting recipes to your own tastes. All classes include hands-on cooking the students will do, plus recipes that will be sent home. All classes are vegetarian, but may include allergens. Please alert the educator of any allergies your child has when registering. All classes are $40/participant and take place at 37 Wheeler Road, North Grafton, MA.

Registrations cancelled within 1 week of the class will not be refunded. If there is a waiting list for the class, registrations may be transferred within 1 week of the class. If a child misses a cooking class for reasons outside of CHP's control and CHP is not notified prior to the class taking place, the registration is not transferable.

Classes have a minimum enrollment of 4 to run and a maximum enrollment of 10 participants. A full refund will be issued in the event that a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, and parents will be notified of a cancellation at least 24 hours prior to a class taking place.
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I certify that the child I represent is healthy, willing and able to physically participate in the activities of Cooking Classes. I understand that my child will be working with food and cooking implements under the guidance of an instructor. I also understand that they are participating at their own risk. In order to be safe, they agree to follow the instructions of the staff.
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