Learn outdoor cooking from an expert
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will offer one of its outdoor cooking classes in Jefferson County on Saturday, June 28. The class will be held on a farm in Kearneysville from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It will be led by master naturalist Clark Dixon. It will provide instruction and practice in cooking outdoors without pots and pans or kitchen utensils.
The class is open to anyone who is interested but participation will be limited and pre-registration by June 14 will be required. There will also be a fee of $10 to cover supplies and materials for instruction.
To register, go to the PVAS website at www.potomacaudubon.org or contact Kelly Wolf at email@example.com or 304-229-6229.
Each registrant may bring one guest, such as a child or spouse, free of charge.
These classes usually fill up quickly, so early registration is advised.
Unless there is a torrential downpour, the class will be held rain or shine.
Participants should plan to bring their own food to be cooked. A list of possible foods and suggestions for preparation will be provided to those who register, along with directions and full details.
Participants will have the option to camp at the class site on Friday night. Those who wish to do so must bring their own camping gear. Please contact Ms. Wolf if you are interested in this opportunity.