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Cookin' at the Cabin (Overnight) (4th-8th) (Overnight)

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The holiday season lends itself to treats and sweets.  Prepare your stomachs for fun and food as we head to Portland Audubon’s Marmot Cabin for two days and one fun-filled night of this popular favorite, Cookin’ at the Cabin.  We will spend one day learning different fire building techniques in order to explore various cooking methods on an open fire. Anyone up for orange cakes, western hemlock tea and homemade bannock (bread on a stick!)?  Once we have tried our hands at cooking over an open flame, we will return to the kitchen to delve into more culinary delights such as bread baking, canning, preserving and much more!  Your child is sure to return home with a tasty homemade treat for the whole family to enjoy!

Grades: 4th-8th

 

 

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When: Tuesday, Dec 18, 2012 (8:45-4:15)
Age: In 5th-8th grade
Location: Upper MacLeay
Fee: $130 members/$150 non-members
Leaders: Andrea Constance, Naturalist-Educator and Tim Donner, Naturalist-Educator
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