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CULINARY PART TWO REGISTER ONLINE: 79 Brunch like a Pro with Crepes (age 18 & up) Upscale your brunch menu with made-to-order crepes. Learn the tricks to better batter, successful spinning, fabulous fillings, and folds. This is a hands-on class where you will be making and eating your own creations. All supplies will be provided. Beginners welcome! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Coffee & Crepes/CrepeTime! Catering Fees: $30(R) $39(N) (1 class) 119875 Tue Feb 19 6–7:30 p.m. Whimsical Spring Cupcakes (age 18 & up) Learn how to make cupcakes with garden and flower designs. Spring-themed recipes will be discussed and sampled, but this class will focus on basic decorating techniques. Please bring one dozen unfrosted cupcakes (any flavor) to this spring training cupcake class. A 1M decorating tip will be yours to take home! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Sandra Bishop-Freeman Fees: $31(R) $40(N) (1 class) 120915 Sat Apr 6 1–4 p.m. Cake 101 (age 18 & up) Learn the fundamentals of baking, prepping a cake, and many tips and tricks to help you improve your baking. Decorating techniques will be taught including use of piping bags and metal tips to create borders, flowers, and designs. Before attending the second class, your homework will be to make and ice a cake. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Sandra Bishop-Freeman Fees: $51(R) $67(N) (2 classes) 120918 Sat Mar 2–9 1–4 p.m. NEW! NEW! HOME COOKING OF THE USA Enjoy some home cooking of the southern region. Meatloaf, mac & cheese, and green beans. 121433 Wed Mar 13 4–6 p.m. VIETNAMESE VARIETY It's not summer yet, but let's make summer rolls and follow with some simple Banh mi sandwiches. 121447 Wed Apr 10 4–6 p.m. Theme Cooking! (age 18 & up) During the year there are many themed events that involve food! Let's try our hand at making some of them come to life! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Laura Gnewuch Fees: $35(R) $46(N) (1 class) SUPER BOWL Is there a bigger food extravaganza than the Super Bowl? Homemade cheese dips, spinach dips, different sauces for wings, and more will be the treats for this class! After creating, enjoy the tastes! 121420 Fri Jan 18 6–8 p.m. MARCH MADNESS Of course, in ACC country, March Madness is huge, and we need food to eat while we watch, right? Let's make some of the favorites, pigs in a blanket, wings, and dips! 121421 Fri Mar 15 6–8 p.m. CINCO DE MAYO Ole! Let's make some traditional Mexican dishes like, guacamole, fish tacos, and a tres leches cake! 121422 Fri Apr 26 6–8 p.m. Sweets for Your Sweet: Candy Making (age 18 & up) Learn the fundamentals of basic candy making. Make chocolate-covered cherries, red velvet cake balls, and hand-rolled truffles. At the end of the class, participants will have a beautiful box of candy to share or gift! All supplies included in the cost of the class. Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Sandra Bishop-Freeman Fees: $31(R) $40(N) (1 class) 120666 Sat Feb 9 1–4 p.m. NEW! NEW! The Town of Cary Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is committed to an inclusive approach to recreation and encourages individuals with and without disabilities to participate together. In order for individuals with disabilities to participate as fully as possible, reasonable modifications will be provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please see the Specialized Recreation section on page 141 for more details. AN INCLUSIVE APPROACH

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