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Historic Skills Classes

Adult Education group pose for photo opp on Tangen porchWant to know more about a something you saw at Living History Farms, interested in learning a new skill, or just want to have fun with friends or family? Then sign up for one of our Historic Skills Classes!

You will work in small groups to learn more about a specific skill or trade that was common in the 19th century, from baking to blacksmithing. And with a small class size, you are guaranteed lots of individualized instruction and plenty of opportunity to participate.

 

Family prepares food at 1900 farmRegistration Information

  • Member registration opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am. Registration closes at noon 1 week before the class date. If the minimum number of participants have not registered, the class will be cancelled.
  • Members receive an exclusive early registration period, and a 15% discount on class fees. Purchase or renew your membership now!
  • Contact us if you have questions about registration, content, or logistics of the classes at adminasst@lhf.org, or by telephone at 515-278-5286 ext. 110.
  • Please read the following program policies before registering for a class. Historic Skills Class Policies

Schedule of Classes

NEW! Walnut Hill Signature Sampler Classes

Life is busy for everyone! Don’t have time for a three hour learning adventure but still want to explore a historic craft or cooking skill?  Join us for a Walnut Hill Signature Sampler!

These 75 minute experiences target one specific project and provide a fun sample of the tastes, talents, and atmosphere found in our historic kitchens and craft shops. Not as intense as our longer classes, these samplers allow participants to dip their toes in the Living History pool!

These are classes are offered at $30/person and are for adults ages 18 and up.

Date


Time


Subject


Location


Tuesday, October 9 6:15-7:30pm Scones and Tea Tangen Home
Tuesday, October 16 6:15-7:30pm Apple Doughnuts and Cider Tangen Home
Saturday, October 20 1:15-2:30pm Forging an S-hook Blacksmith
Saturday, October 27 1:15-2:30pm General Store Food Sampler General Store
Tuesday, October 30 6:15-7:30pm Pumpkin Tarts and Cider Tangen Home
Saturday, November 30 10:45am-noon Sewing a Fancy Millinery Bow Millinery
Tuesday, November 6 6:15-7:30pm Molasses-Ginger Cookies and Coffee Tangen Home
Saturday, November 10 10:45am-noon Calling Card Printing Print Shop
Tuesday, November 27 6:15-7:30pm Victorian Pampering Kit Drug Store
Tuesday, December 4 6:15-7:30pm Norwegian Pastry and Glogg Tangen Home
Tuesday, December 11 6:15-7:30pm Cupcakes and Hot Chocolate Tangen Home

Jump to the Signature Samper Class Descriptions

 

Schedule of Adult Classes

These classes are for adults ages 18 and up.

Date


Time


Subject


Location


Saturday, October 20 9:00am-noon SOLD OUT – Blacksmithing Basics Blacksmith
Saturday, October 27 8:30am-1:00pm Basics of Hearth Cooking 1850 Farm
Saturday, October 27 9:00am-noon SOLD OUT – Basics of Woodstove Cooking Tangen Home
Saturday, November 3 8:30-11:30am SOLD OUT – 19th Century Breadbaking Tangen Home
Saturday, November 3 9:00am-noon Blacksmithing Basics Blacksmith
Saturday, November 3 1-4pm Blacksmithing: Females at the Forge Blacksmith
Saturday, November 3 1:30-3:30pm Basic Victorian Hat Trims Millinery
Thursday, November 8 6-8pm Victorian Dinner Holiday Tablescaping Flynn Mansion
Saturday, November 10 9:00am-noon Comfort Foods Tangen Home
Saturday, November 10 9:00am-noon Blacksmithing: Camp Tripod Blacksmith
Saturday, November 10 1-4pm Blacksmithing: Items for the Home Blacksmith
Tuesday, November 20 6-8:30pm Pies and Pastries Tangen Home
Tuesday, December 18 6-8:30pm Christmas Cake and Trifles Tangen Home

Jump to the Adult Class Descriptions

 

Schedule of Family Classes

These classes are for pairs of adults and children (age 7-11) or pairs of adults and teens (age 12-17).

Date


Time


Subject


Location


Saturday, October 20 9:00am-noon SOLD OUT – Woodstove Cooking with Kids Tangen Home
Saturday, October 27 9:00am-noon SOLD OUT – Blacksmithing Basics with Teens Blacksmith
Saturday, November 10 1:00-4:00pm Holiday Card Printing with Teens Print Shop
Saturday, December 15 6:00-8:30pm Woodstove Cookie Baking with Kids Tangen Home

Jump to the Family Class Descriptions


 

Signature Sampler Class Descriptions

cooking in tangen kitchenScones and Tea

Mix, roll out and bake a traditional tea scone. Pair it with fruit jam and a steaming cup of tea.

  • Tuesday, October 9, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Scones and Tea

 

doughnutApple Cider Doughnuts and Mulled Cider

Victorians loved doughnuts and apple-cider doughnuts are some of our favorites. Mix and fry a doughnut to munch on with hot spiced cider.

  • Tuesday, October 16, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Apple Cider Doughnuts and Mulled Cider

 

s hookForging an S-Hook

Get up close to the forge with our town blacksmith as you pound and bend hot metal into a useful household hook. Dress for working in a metal shop heated by a woodstove. Bring eye protection and a water bottle.

  • Saturday, October 20, 1:15-2:30pm
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Forging an S-Hook

 

Pam at General StoreGeneral Store Food Sampler

Spend a hour tasting some of the food stuffs that you might have found in an 1870s General Store, from dill pickles, hard cheese, and soda crackers to rock candy, horehound drops, and sarsaparilla. Explore the tools, trinkets, and toys on the shelves, and mail a postcard at the post office cage on your way out.

  • Saturday, October 27 from 1:15-2:30pm
  • General Store (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for General Store Food Sampler

 

rolling out pastry Pumpkin Tarts and Hot Cider

Roll out a pie crust for this quintessential fall treat. Whip sweet cream for the top while it bakes in the woodstove and then enjoy the fruits of your labor along with a mug of hot cider.

  • Tuesday, October 30, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Pumpkin Tarts and Hot Cider

 

hat trims on display in the millineryFancy Millinery Bows

Learn to make fancy ribbon bows for embellishing clothing and packages, just as hat trimmers did in the 19th century. Explore the millinery cases fill with ribbons, beads, and buttons for inspiration. No sewing experience required.

  • Saturday, November 3, 10:45am-noon
  • Millinery (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Fancy Millinery Bows

 

cooking in tangen kitchenMolasses-Ginger Cookies and Coffee

Molasses and ginger spice were more popular that cocoa and vanilla in the 19th century, Rediscover these flavors as you bake cookies in the woodstove, and then enjoy them along with a mug of steaming coffee.

  • Tuesday, November 6, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Molasses-Ginger Cookies and Coffee

 

calling cardCalling Card Printing

Before texting and voicemail messages, every gentleman and lady carried a calling card to offer their new acquaintances. Hand-set the type for your name and print a set of cards of your own. A great introduction to moveable type printing.

  • Saturday, November 10, 10:45am-noon
  • Print Shop (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Calling Card Printing

 

drug store bottlesVictorian Pampering Kit

Explore the Schaffer Drug Store and the beauty product offered to Victorian Iowans. Mix a cologne or perfume and pack a beaut bag to take home.

  • Tuesday, November 27, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Drug Store (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Victorian Pampering Kit

 

sandbakkelseNorwegian Pastry and Glogg

Mix and bake sandbakkelse, a favorite Norwegian holiday treat, in our wood-burning stove. Discover the traditional Scandinavian spice blend for Holiday Glogg.

  • Tuesday, December 4, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Norwegian Pastry and Glogg

 

cup cakesCupcakes and Hot Chocolate

In 1875, cupcake batters were measured using tea cups, and could even be baked in one. Enjoy a traditional cup cake recipe along with a cup of homemade hot chocolate warmed on the woodstove.

  • Tuesday, December 11, 6:15-7:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $30.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Cupcakes and Hot Chocolate

 


Adult Class Descriptions

fire and tools in blacksmith shopBlacksmithing Basics

This class is designed to give someone with little or no metal working skills a hands-on, fun “be a blacksmith for a day” experience. Explore the basics of forge work in a blacksmith shop while making a decorative iron project to take home. Topics will include safety, tools and equipment, and beginning techniques for shaping metal. Small class size guarantees lots of one-on-one instruction and lots of time at the forge! Dress for working in a shop with a dirt floor and the weather (shop is heated by wood-burning stove only!). Bring heavy work gloves, eye protection, and a water bottle.

  • Saturday, October 20, 2018, 9:00am-noon (SOLD OUT) and
    Saturday, November 3, 2018, 9:00am-noon
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Blacksmithing Basics

 

cast iron pot over an open hearth fireBasics of Hearth Cooking

Learn the basics of hearth cooking, while exploring how new settlers in Iowa produced, prepared, and preserved food. Participants will use 1850s era recipes to make their lunch. While your meal is cooking, tour the 1850 Pioneer Farm. After eating their meal and cleaning up, everyone will go home with copies of recipes, and information on how to care for their cast iron cooking utensils. Dress for being on a farm, and for cooking! Part of the class will be outside while you tour the farm. Bring a water bottle, apron, and containers to take home leftovers. Note: You will be eating your meal around 12:30, so plan accordingly.

  • Saturday, October 27, 2018, 8:30am-1:00pm
  • 1850 Pioneer Farm (Check in at Conference Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $90.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Basics of Hearth Cooking

 

participant uses wood-burning stoveBasics of Woodstove Cooking – SOLD OUT

Do you have a wood-burning stove at home that you’d like to cook on, but have no prior knowledge of how to do it? Do you want to try cooking like you great-grandparents? Roll up your sleeves and make beef stew, a vegetable side dish, bread, and a cake. Participants will learn the design of the woodstove and how to properly use it. After the meal is prepared, sit down to enjoy the food and ask last minute questions. You’ll get recipes to take home and try. Bring a water bottle, apron, and containers to take home leftovers.

  • Saturday, October 27, 2018, 9:00am-noon
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Registration for this class is sold out. Please call (515)278-5286 to be placed on a wait list.

 

participant braiding dough19th Century Breadbaking – SOLD OUT

Do you need a refresher course on making bread from scratch? Would you like to try baking in a wood-burning stove? Join us to try your hand at making biscuits, yeast bread, and cinnamon rolls in an 1875-era farm kitchen while learning the history of bread making. Afterwards, sit around the table and enjoy your creations while you learn more about the house and the type of family that would have lived there. Bring a water bottle, apron, and containers to take home leftovers.

  • Saturday, November 3, 2018, 8:30am-11:30am
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Registration for this class is sold out. Please call (515)278-5286 to be placed on a wait list.

 

anvilBlacksmithing: Females at the Forge

Never been in a blacksmith shop? No problem! Explore the basic techniques and tools used to do blacksmithing, as you make decorative items for use in your home. Topics will include safety, tools and equipment, and beginning techniques for working with metal around a forge. Small class size guarantees lots of one-on-one instruction and lots of time at the forge. Dress for working in a shop with a dirt floor and for the weather (shop is heated by a wood-burning stove only). Bring heavy work gloves, eye protection, and a water bottle.

  • Saturday, November 3, 2018, 1:00-4:00pm
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Blacksmithing: Females at the Forge

 

hats in millinery shop

Basic Victorian Hat Trims

Hat makers in the 19th and 20th century created flowers, cockades, and other trims in their shops for adorning fancy hats and clothing. Join LHF staff milliners for an evening of trims! Participants will have a chance to explore the millinery shop and sit down to make several trim pieces out of ribbon, buttons, scrap fabric and beads to take home. Your finished trims can be used to make brooches or applied to clothing or hats at home. Bring scissors, a thimble, and a water bottle.

  • Saturday, November 3, 2018, 1:30-3:30pm
  • Millinery (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 4, Maximum 8; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $50.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Basic Victorian Hat Trims

 

Victorian holiday tableVictorian Holiday Tablescaping

What is tablescaping? It’s setting your table for a fancy feast! Visit the Flynn Mansion at Living Hsitory Farms for a peek at elegant Victorian dining traditions and learn simple ways to incorporate them on your modern table. Activities will include setting the table with a mix of cutlery, layering dishes for best effects, artistically folding napkins, creating pretty place cards and using greenery and fruit for a historic center table piece setting. Note: no food will be served during this class. Bring a water bottle. This is a great class for a pair of friends to sign up together, as you will be working in pairs.

  • Thursday, November 8, 2018, 6:00-8:00pm
  • Flynn Mansion (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 4, Maximum 8; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $50.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Victorian Holiday Tablescaping

 

participant attends to the fire in blacksmith shopBlacksmithing: Make a Camp Tripod

Students will get a good work out as they learn about historic blacksmithing techniques. Participants will forge a large camp tripod that doubles as a rotisserie or decorative plant hanger for your yard (retail value over $50.00!). The finished project will stand between 5 and 6 feet tall, and is based on a Civil War era design, great for those who camp or do reenacting. Students will learn important blacksmithing skills such as drawing out metal, making eye bolts, and advanced forging techniques. Small class size guarantees lots of one-on-one instruction and lots of time at the forge! Dress for working in a shop with a dirt floor, and for the weather (shop is heated by wood-burning stove only). Bring heavy work gloves, eye protection, and a water bottle. Helpful if you have taken our Blacksmithing Basics class prior to this class.

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:00am-Noon
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $75.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Blacksmithing: Make a Camp Tripod

 

participants work on projects in the blacksmith shopBlacksmithing: Items for the Home

Students will have the opportunity to make at least 2 of the following decorative projects for the home: candleholders, napkin rings, hooks, decorative metal paper towel holder, a letter opener, or suggest a project when you register. Special treat – learn how to make leaves out of metal! Small class size guarantees lots of one-on-one instruction and lots of time at the forge! Dress for working in a shop with a dirt floor, and for the weather (shop is heated by wood-burning stove only). Bring heavy work gloves, eye protection, and a water bottle. Helpful if you have taken our Blacksmithing Basics class prior to this class.

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018, 1:00-4:30pm
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $75.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Blacksmithing: Items for the Home

 

participant stirring ingredientsClassic Comfort Foods

Join Living History Farms staff for some “stick to your ribs” comfort food and a cup of fresh coffee. Students will learn the art of making homemade noodles and other quick comfort items at the Victorian Tangen Home. Student creations will be cooked or baked on a woodstove in the 1875 period kitchen. Towards the end of class, everyone will sit down to enjoy their culinary projects. Recipes will be provided for you to try at home. Bring an apron, water bottle, and containers to take home any leftovers.

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018, 9:30am-12:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Classic Comfort Foods

 

piePies and Pastries

Nothing smells better than fresh baked pies and pastries coming from the oven! Using recipes from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, make pies and pastries by hand, and bake them in the wood-fired oven at the 1875-era house at Living History Farms. As you work, learn how to adapt a historic recipe for use in today’s kitchens. Then, towards the end of class, sit down to enjoy the creations you made, while learning more about adapting old recipes to the modern kitchen. Bring an apron, water bottle, and containers to take home any leftovers.

  • Tuesday, November 20, 2018, 6:00-8:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Pies and Pastries

 

Victorian Christmas treatsChristmas Cakes and Victorian Trifles

Join Living History Farms staff for a sweet look at Victorian treats. Bake a gingerbread cake “from scratch” and make a fruit cake actually worth eating! Consider a fruit or icing topping. Mix up a heavenly whipped cream. Then build a Victorian Trifle in a parfait glass to take home! Holiday cakes and preserved fruits abound! Enjoy your creations towards the end of class as you learn more about Victorian traditions around the holidays. Bring an apron, water bottle, and containers to take home any leftovers.

  • Tuesday, December 18, 2018, 6:00-8:30pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3, Maximum 5; Ages 18 and up
  • Fee: $60.00

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Christmas Cakes and Victorian Trifles

 


Family Class Descriptions

boy stirs pot on wood-burning stoveWoodstove Cooking with Kids – SOLD OUT

Explore the Victorian kitchen, while instilling a love of cooking in your kids! Learn how to read a recipe, measure and mix ingredients, and roll out dough the old-fashioned way. This basic woodstove cooking class is designed to get kids and parents or grandparents busy in the kitchen together. Prepare a kid friendly chicken dish, macaroni and cheese, biscuits, and a sweet treat for dessert – all from scratch. Then sit down and enjoy your creations. Bring aprons, water bottles, and containers to take home any leftovers. And, yes, you will get recipes to take home and try. Note: You will be eating around 11:30am, so plan accordingly. All costs of materials are included in the cost of the class.

  • Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 9:00am-noon
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3 pairs, Maximum 5 pairs; children must be between ages 7 and 11.
  • Fee: $50.00/pair. A pair is defined as one adult and one child (age 7-11).

Registration for this class is sold out. Please call (515)278-5286 to be placed on a wait list.

 

teen and LHF staff member work in blacksmith shopBasic Blacksmithing with Teens – SOLD OUT

This class will allow a parent or grandparent to work with a teen as they learn historic blacksmithing techniques in a historic setting. Everyone will get to make several small, hands-on projects, such as small dinner triangles, hooks, and so on, while learning about proper safety in a workshop environment. Dress for working in a shop with a dirt floor, and for the weather (shop is heated by a wood-burning stive only). Bring work gloves, eye protection, and water bottles.

  • Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 9:00am-noon
  • Blacksmith (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3 pairs, Maximum 4 pairs; children must be between ages 12 and 17.
  • Fee: $50.00/pair. A pair is defined as one adult and one teen (age 12-17).

Registration for this class is sold out. Please call (515)278-5286 to be placed on a wait list.

 

girls choose type for their projects in the print shopHoliday Card Letterpress Printing with Teens

Get up close and hands on with the big printing machinery in the 1875 Advocate Newspaper Print Shop at Living History Farms! Choose from several historic designs and then print a set of holiday cards. Hand set your own personal greeting for inside. Projects will be created using historic moveable type and printed on 19th century hand-powered proof and jobbing presses. Dress for an inky, artistic environment and prepare to get your hands dirty!

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 1:00-4:00pm
  • Print Shop (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 4 pairs, Maximum 5 pairs; children must be between ages 12 and 17.
  • Fee: $40.00/pair. A pair is defined as one adult and one teen (age 12-17).

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Holiday Card Letterpress Printing with Teens

 

child rolls out dough for cookies in Tangen kitchenWoodstove Cookie Baking with Kids

What is better than the smell of fresh cookies from the oven? Making them with your child! In this class, parent and child will work together to make a variety of cookies using recipes from the 19th century. After mixing up the cookie dough, bake them in a wood-burning oven. And then, when they have come from the oven, everyone gets to taste how good they are. And, yes, you will get recipes to take home and try. Bring aprons, water bottles, and containers to take home any leftovers.

  • Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 1:00-3:00pm
  • Tangen Home (Check in at Visitor Center)
  • Number of Participants: Minimum 3 pairs, Maximum 5 pairs; children must be between ages 7 and 11.
  • Fee: $45.00/pair. A pair is defined as one adult and one child (age 7-11).

Member registration for these classes opens September 4 at 10am. Registration opens for the general public on September 11 at 10am.

Register for Woodstove Cookie Baking with Kids