DATE: February 18
TIME: 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM
$15 members, $20 non-members
for a family of up to 4
Family Workshop Days at the Everhart encourage families with children to engage communally as well as socially with others as they discover the art of meal preparation and cooking.
February 18th- The focus of this class is on Chinese history and art in relation to herbal remedies. Chef James will be making Chinese Ginger Chicken Soup and Congee Rice. This soup boosts the immune system making it easier to recover from a cold. Families work together to create Chinese lanterns to celebrate the New Year.
The Everhart is partnering with The Wandering Hen Café a local restaurant. This class is meant to teach the intersection of food in culture, traditions, and history – with a special focus on the museum collection. Museum educators, Sarah Sutton and Nancy Ariza, will guide families through the Museum galleries teaching the intersection of food in various cultures, traditions, and history. Each class will include a food demo, tour of the Museum and a hands-on art project to take home.
This program is presented in partnership with:
Pre-registration and pre-payment are required and space is limited. All classes are first-come, first served.
To register, contact the programs department at 570.346.7186 ext. 516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org