Cooking program offered for youth and teens

University of Illinois Extension 4-H Youth Development Program invites all youth and teens ages 8-18 to participate in a free Cooking 101 program on December 14. This program will take place from 4-5 p.m. at the Hoopeston Public Library. Participants will make easy, tasty snacks while learning about food and kitchen safety.

In this program, participants will learn how to make French toast and their own cocoa mix, which makes a great holiday gift for friends and family. Cooking 101 will give youth and teens alike the skills and confidence to cook at home for their families as well as be creative with their food options.

For more information, contact the Hoopeston Public Library 217.283.6711 or info@hooplib.org. Registration and liability forms can be picked up at the Hoopeston Public Library. Register by December 7. Space for this program is limited, so register early.

University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. If you or your child need a reasonable accommodation to participate, please contact the Extension Office at 217.442.8615.

Comments

The Independent News embraces discussion of both community and world issues. We welcome you to contribute your ideas, opinions and comments, but we ask that you avoid personal attacks, vulgarity and hate speech. we reserve the right to remove any comment at its discretion, and we will block repeat offenders' accounts. To post comments, you must first be a registered user, and your username will appear with any comment you post. Happy posting.

Login or register to post comments