Chef Kitchen for Youth

DSC_8677Chef Kitchen for Youth at
Lakeside Arts Park At The Dole in the Vestal Culinary Studio with instructors.

Learn from professional instructors! Healthy Snacks, Light Meals, Pastry Decorating and Juicing. Hands on learning!

Supported by: McHenry County Community Foundation, Foglia Family Foundation & Donna & Joe Vestal Fund

Book private classes in our Chef Kitchen for Youth.

  • Min. of 5 participants.
  • Groups like Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Sports groups, and academic groups.
  • Price based on a curriculum.
  • Call for availability.

Classes that fulfill Girl Scout Badge requirements and fun patches available. For more information contact Dawn Wilkinson the Finance & Operations Manager at Dwilkinson@LakesideArtsPark.org or at 815.455.8000.

Where: Lakeside Arts Park At The Dole is located at 401 Country Club Road, Crystal Lake, IL 60014. The Vestal Culinary Studio is located within the Arts Park in the Sage Gallery.

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Summer Cooking Camp

KIDS & TEENS

SAVE THE DATE: July 17th-19th

Time: 9:30am – 12:30pm

Supported by: McHenry County Community Foundation, Foglia Family Foundation & Donna & Joe Vestal Fund

Summer Camp Shirt Sponsor:

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“The culinary programs at Lakeside Arts Park give anyone with a desire and passion for food to develop their talents, interest, and knowledge in an amazing setting. Culinary Arts is indeed that, an art form that can define your style and passion in relation to food and all of the amazing things associated with it!” – Professional Instructor, Peter Cottone

“I believe that through the Lakeside Culinary Program I can educate both children and adults in understanding proper nutrition, recognized and use healthy ingredients, and to cook those ingredients in a healthy way without loss of nutrients. If children are taught early in life what healthy foods are and how they taste they are more likely to continue eating those foods throughout their lives. Adults need to recognized the need to bring the family back to the table and end the cycle of unhealthy eating outside the home. What better way to learn than through the Lakeside Culinary Program.” ~ Chef Tony Gomez

 

Classes that fulfill Girl Scout Badge requirements and fun patches available. For more information contact Dawn Wilkinson the Finance & Operations Manager at Dwilkinson@LakesideArtsPark.org or at 815.455.8000.