Do you have a mini iron chef in your house? Here's a perfect opportunity to nurture their interest in the culinary arts at Williams-Sonoma's Market Street Lynnfield location! Buzz on down to our store for a super fun class featuring our new Bee Cookie Stamps! We’ll share one of our favorite from-scratch sugar cookie recipes and then roll out the dough into some fun shapes that are perfect for Easter Dessert. Call store to register.
No fancy pastry here, this workshop embraces the nostalgia of old-fashioned country-style baking here in New England! We'll roll up our sleeves to prepare delicious sweet and savory recipes while learning fundamental measuring and baking principles, along with and proper methods and techniques for quick breads, filled cookies, yeast bread, and seasonal specialty fruit desserts.
Come celebrate the first day of summer at this one-time Farmers Market on the Ipswich Middle Green! We'll have local produce, tasty treats, live music from Bottles and Cans, native plants for your garden, local crafts and more! We're running this on a volunteer basis in an effort to keep the spirit of the Market alive. Please share this event so we can get a great crowd! We hope to do it again this year if it's a success! More info and vendor applications at ipswichfarmersmarket.com
Do you have a mini iron chef in your house? Here's a perfect opportunity to nurture their interest in the culinary arts at Williams-Sonoma's Market Street Lynnfield location! Do you love decorating Easter Eggs? Then this class is for you! We'll use our egg-straordinary new Easter Egg Decorating Kit to create Easter Egg Masterpieces. $20/child includes an Easter Egg Decorating Kit. Call store to register.
Do you and your child or grandchild love to cook together? Choose a recipe from children's cookbook "Cooking Step by Step" by DK Publishing, and together with your child prepare it and bring it in to share! Pick up a copy of the book in children's services. Email us to let us know which recipe you will be making to avoid duplication. Best for kids 8 and up, registration required. For more info, contact Justine Vitale.
The Cape Ann Farmers' Market will be holding their annual fundraiser this year at the Cape Ann Community Cinema! Join them for a dinner and movie at the cinema featuring the film 'Local Thrity', a film that follows farmer Andrea Bemis and her family as they meet seven producers from the Oregon coast to Oregon ranching country during a month-long commitment to eating foods grown or harvested within 200 miles. Maureen Aylward bring the storytelling program, Fish Tales, which she produces through the Gloucester Writers Center, back to our fundraiser with the theme “Food for Thought.” Come enjoy the community spirit, share a movie and a meal and help support the Farmer's Market.
Come out and be part of Beverly Regional Airport's first air show! There will be plenty of activities for the entire family including touch a truck, static displayed aircraft, face painting, parachuters, remote controlled jet demonstrations and of course an amazing air show!
Spring is soon arriving and it's a perfect time to get creative in the kitchen with Spring brunch in mind. Join us as we cook with farm-fresh eggs, learning classic culinary methods and techniques while preparing delicious recipes for everyday breakfast, celebration brunches, dinner, and dessert!
Whether you're a vegetarian or just looking to lighten up a bit and eat less meat, this workshop is for you! We'll use everyday ingredients to prepare wholesome, hearty, meat-free dishes sure to satisfy everyone at your dinner table.....vegetarians and 'non' alike. Learn about alternative protein sources and simple substitutions, along with culinary tips and kitchen techniques.
Join The Trustees of Reservations or a maple sugaring morning of fun! Tour our sugar shack and see how we turn sap into syrup, sip hot cider and stay warm by the campfire, explore the farm with our self-guided winter scavenger hunt, visit the barnyard, and enjoy our very own syrup on fresh pancakes!
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