Tuesday, May 8th
Remember when you were young and your grandmother or mom just finished a batch of jam. You would grab a slice of bread and pile the fresh made jelly on to it. Yum…. It was so good. Wouldn’t you like to have that again or have your kids experience the same natural sweetness? Well now you can. Join us for an evening and learn the how to make that fresh jam or jelly with our local expert.
Class includes a take home jar of jelly and hands on instruction from expert canner, Kelly Ann Kowlaski, who is theFood For All Director at the Network of Religious Communities. Kelly Ann has spent her entire adult life working with income eligible households. As the director of Food For All she assist folks in applying for SNAP benefits, educates people on how to access food through, federal nutrition programs, farmers markets. She also advocates for families who are not food secure on a local state and federal level. Kelly Ann enjoys connecting folks to fresh local food through farmers markets, local farms , Community Gardens and Community Supported Agriculture and teaching folks how to grow, cook and preserve local food. Kelly has over ten years experience in teaching folks how to garden, cook and preserve fresh fruits and vegetables.
Limited number of seats available as this is a hands on class