February Vacation Kids’ Baking Class

kids cooking classIt’s almost February School Vacation Week and we’re having a Cookie Carnival at our next Kids’ Baking Class on Tuesday, February 16, from 3-4:30pm.

For children in grades 4 through 6, young bakers will create made-from-scratch cookies with our farm stand bakers! Includes shortbread cookies different ways; customizing cookies with fun mix-ins; and sugar cookies in a jar – assemble and bake at home or give as a gift!

– Classes take place in the farm stand kitchen from 3 – 4:30 pm
– Registration & pre-payment are required
– Call today to pre-pay ($25 pp) and register

These popular classes fill up quickly. Please call 978.369.4494 to sign up.

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One Response to “February Vacation Kids’ Baking Class”

  1. Wayne C Grieme Says:

    I worked for and lived on the Wheeler Farm in the early 1960’s with my wife (Lee A. Erisman) and daughters. At the time I was in the USAF and worked nights allowing me to work during the day on the farm. After Mr Wheeler died I went to work on the Verrill Farm. I can remember plowing the fields where the store and restaurant are now located. I also helped build the drying shed by the barns. I also plowed and worked the area where the subdivision of homes are located on the old Wheeler farm. It’s too bad all the greenhouses were torn down. These greenhouses were built by German POW’s that Mr Wheeler picked up at Ft Devens. The greenhouses were all connected by tunnels and the POW’s wrote their names and home towns on the tunnel walls. Those were the days, we have lots of good memories.

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