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CULINARY PART TWO 70 REGISTER ONLINE: Adult All About Crepes (age 18 & up) Mixing, spinning, fl ipping, folding. This class will make everyone into a capable crepe master. Learn secrets of crepe batter and practice making (and eating!) sweet and savory crepes. If you have a crepe pan, bring it, but pans will be supplied. All food is included! You can do this! Location: Herbert C. Young Community Center Instructor: Terri Pastrana Fees: $30(R) $39(N) (1 class) 102122 Thu May 4 6:30–8 p.m. Senior Cake Decorating (age 55 & up) Have your cake, decorate, and eat it too! This two class series offers tips to create a truly splendid cake. In the fi rst class we'll cover the foundations of cake baking, icing, fi lling and decoration. In the second class, decorate a homemade cake with beautiful borders and decorations. Location: Middle Creek Community Center Instructor: Nancy Chinnok Fees: $28(R) $36(N) (2 classes) INTRODUCTION TO CAKE BAKING, ICING, AND DECORATING 99861 Mon Jan 9–23 10 a.m.–noon BORDERS, DROP FLOWERS, RIBBON ROSES, RUFFLES, PIPED HEARTS, STARS, AND SHELLS 99862 Mon Feb 6–13 10 a.m.–noon ASSORTED SPRING FLOWERS 99863 Mon Mar 6–13 10 a.m.–noon EASTER HOLIDAY THEME 99864 Mon Apr 3–10 10 a.m.–noon CAKE DECORATING FUN Early registration allows us time to plan appropriately. Often, we can accommodate those on waiting lists by adding additional spots in the class or adding additional classes. Classes that do not meet their minimum enrollment are generally cancelled. You can make the difference. DON'T WAIT! The Town of Cary offers full scholarships and fee reductions for Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources programs to qualifi ed residents. For more information and an application form, call the scholarship fund administrators at Dorcas Ministries at (919) 469-9861 Monday– Friday 10 a.m.–noon or stop by Cary Plaza, 179 High House Road. SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE 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 modi cations will be provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please see the Specialized Recreation section on page 135 for more details. AN INCLUSIVE APPROACH

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