Culinary Boot Camp Teaches Kids Skills for the Kitchen

Teaches kids ages 10-14 skills such as safe handling of foods, proper sanitation practices and how to make healthy choices.


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Is your child interested in helping out in the kitchen? The Culinary Boot Camp at Deep River Recreation Center & Park in High Point teaches kids ages 10-14 skills such as safe handling of foods, proper sanitation practices and how to make healthy choices, as well as a new recipe each week.

The camp is held Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. from May 5-26. Cost is $25 per person and the deadline for enrollment is April 23.

Deep River Recreation Center is at 1529 Skeet Club Road in High Point. For more information or to register, look under “Parks and Recreation” at highpointnc.gov or call 883-3407.

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