‘No-Bake’ culinary class for young adults offered at Rockport library
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ROCKPORT — The Rockport Public Library invites Teens and Tweens to join the next “no-bake” culinary class on Saturday, March 25, at 10:30 a.m. Youth Services Librarian Stephanie Miller will be teaching students a collection of recipes that do not require use of a microwave, stove, or oven.
“This program empowers young adults to break out of their snacking box and feel more confident in the kitchen,” says Miller, in a news release. “Culinary arts require creativity and science. It’s not just about tasty snacks, it’s also about skill-building.”
The program is open to students between the ages of 11 and 16. Space is limited. Call the Rockport Library at 207-236-3642 to register.
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