All of us at the Co-op Learning Center are thrilled to be back in the classroom! That said, keeping our participants and instructors safe and healthy is our top priority. Here are some of the extra steps we are taking to create a safe and awesome class experience:
We are closely following all guidelines from the CDC and local public health officials. Given the rapidly changing nature of the pandemic, all policies and procedures are subject to change.
All attendees will be required to wear masks. Masks must cover both nose and mouth. You can remove your mask briefly while tasting and dining, of course!
For DEMO classes, we will sit one per table, or you may purchase a double ticket and share the table with your guest (each participant will receive all materials and full servings of food).
For HANDS-ON classes, instead of group cooking and family style eating, participants will now have their own stations, utensils, equipment, and ingredients. You may bring a guest to share your table. You will be provided additional ingredients to share and prepare with your guest. Member and Non-member plus guest ticket pricing is marked in ( ).
We are restricting class size to allow for social distancing and better air circulation. Classes may fill up faster than usual, so please add your name to the waitlist. If there is enough interest, we will add additional classes.
Payment is expected when you register and confirm your place in the class. You will receive a full refund when the Co-op has to cancel a class, or if you cancel your registration with the Service Desk staff at least two full days in advance.
Please note: Member discount applies to only fully vested Co-op Members who have at least 10 shares.
Lindsay Smith: Lindsay is the Food Educator for the Culinary Learning Center. Lindsay brings with her a lifelong passion for supporting local, sustainable agriculture and seasonal eating. She loves to cook and make the kitchen an accessible place for people of all ages. Lindsay also brings a wealth of teaching experience, especially in unconventional classrooms.