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Join us for great conversation, awesome books & movies, delicious refreshments, a book craft, and door prizes. Learn about our exciting new plans for 2017.
February 11th from 11am – 2pm
Sake is a simple rice wine made with both yeast and Koji (the same stuff used for miso-making). Learn to make sake and explore the flavors of different rice varieties while enjoying all of the unknowns in between.
Join in making a large batch of sake, exploring the flavors imparted by different kinds of rice. Sake is a simple rice wine that is made with both yeast and Koji, the mold culture also responsible for miso paste and traditional soy sauce. Enjoy light homemade Japanese snacks as you learn the skills to make a batch your own of sake at home.
Saturday, March 25th
2:00pm – 4:00pm
$5.00 materials fee
Register Online or Call 845-679-6405
Microgreens are tiny vegetable greens that are nutritious and can be grown indoors. They are also inexpensive. Homeowners who live on a budget or are interested in gardening would be able to grow these greens at home during winter. The two hour workshop will show you how to grow and maintain and harvest microgreens and add them to a healthier you and your family.
Del Orloske, MALD, BES is a Sustainable Land Planner and Designer as well as being a located vegetable gardener here in Woodstock. He is a certified Green Living Health Coach as well (a graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition).
Monday, February 6th
6:00pm – 7:00pm
$5.00 materials fee – Participants will take home a sprouting kit