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April 14, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm$55
Opa! There’s no doubt that Greece is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Maybe those gorgeous views of the mountains and ocean are what inspired the Greeks to invent such incredible food! We’re celebrating the country of this food’s origin with a fun and unique class. We’ll be cooking up classic Greek favorites in this workshop such as: Avgolemono Soup, Souvlaki Pork, Homemade Pita Bread, White Bean Hummus, Falafel, Pastitsio, Tsatziki, and Spanikopita. This class is full of flavors that are fresh, vibrant, and perfect for the Spring season! “Opa!” is a phrase often said in the celebration of life, but in this class, we’re celebrating great food!
Class ending times may vary. Please wear closed-toed shoes and wear your hair up off your shoulders. Bring your favorite knife and a beverage to drink if you wish. You can bring adult beverages if you’d like. We will provide knives if you do not have them. We will also provide aprons. We will have filtered water to drink.
Our classes are popular and often sell out! You must cancel your registration at least 7 days in advance to receive a full refund for this class. There will be a processing fee to cancel your ticket per person no matter when you cancel. You can cancel by calling the school at 309-263-6020 or by emailing us your request to cancel at email@example.com. Tickets canceled the day before or on the day of class will not receive a refund for any reason. You may gift or sell your tickets to someone else if you are not able to come but we cannot forward them to another class.
If you have a cardboard gift card with a 3-digit number and want to redeem it for this class, you must call or email to reserve your class spot prior to the class selling out. If you reserve your spot with a gift card and do not show, you will forfeit the amount owed for the class from your gift card. If your gift card has a 16-digit code, you can cash it in online when you purchase your ticket.
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