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Introduction to to Barre 3May 5th 10am-10:45amFREE / Registration RequiredBarre3 mixes athleticism, grace, and the latest innovations designed to balance the body. Inspired by ballet barre, yoga and pilates, instructors from the Allentown studio will guide you through a specific sequence of movements that tone and lengthen all major muscle groups, rev your heart rate and strengthen your body.No experience required. Classes are designed to make everyone feel welcome and get a great workout. Wear yoga-like attire (socks are optional) and bring a water bottle.Limited to 12 participants
'Kids in the Kitchen' with Chef AdaSunday, May 7th10am to 11am$15/personAges 7-11Limited to 10 seats'Kids in the Kitchen' with Chef Ada Chandler focuses on building the culinary confidence of your child through kid-friendly classes, demonstrations, and interactive events. Chef Ada will teach your child how to prepare each yummy item through a combination of hands-on, observation, and taste testing -- with a lot of fun mixed in! This week's recipe: Pasta with Zucchini Sauce. Parents check in your child at the Kitchen and then feel free to shop the market while class is in session!
Saturday, May 20th
1pm to 3pm
$20 pp | Limited to 10 seats
Fermentation Extravaganza with Carrie Havranek of the Dharma Kitchen and Peter Todaro! They showed you their Funky Roots, and now they're back with a fast-paced, information-dense tour of the world of funky ferments! Peter will teach the class how to make colorful and unconventional sauerkrauts, and Carrie will demonstrate how to make "quickles" (quick pickles) that you'll take home.The class will also include sampling Pennsylvania Dutch Chow Chow, a discussion of fermented foods and your microbiome, and a presentation of a real live SCOBY (symbiotic culture of yeast and bacteria), a necessary component for kombucha brewing. Yes, folks, you heard it right--a SCOBY.