The Kitchen at Second Harvest Food Bank, located at 1234 E. Front St., will hold a spring break cooking camp for children ages 8-12 years old Monday, April 3- Thursday, April 6. Daily sessions run from 2-4 p.m.
Participants will learn how to make their own homemade salad dressing, omelets, smoothies, bread, pizza and dessert for a total cost of $75. Those interested can sign up online here or call Jandyl at (509) 252-6246.
The Kitchen at Second Harvest provides nutrition information, scratch cooking skills and budgeting to Spokane community members. For more information about The Kitchen, visit the website here.
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