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Winter Holiday Cooking Workshop: Edible Gifts (Grades 1-4)
Winter Holiday Cooking Workshop: Edible Gifts Grades: 1-4 Description: Give the gift of cooking and pass that gift along! In this drop-off holiday cooking workshop, kids will make delicious food gifts to give to family and friends. Kids will learn essential cooking skills in a hands-on, safe, fun environment. Class size is limited. Sign up now to reserve your spot. Teacher Bio: Haynes Altobello is a kindergarten teacher and after-school cooking club instructor at the J.R. Lowell Elementary school in Watertown, MA. Her passion for teaching and her love of cooking (and eating!) has led her to ChopChop Family, the publisher of ChopChop The Fun Cooking Magazine for Families. Haynes believes in developing children's food literacy and cooking competencies to empower them to become adventurous eaters and creative cooks. In addition to teaching and cooking, Haynes enjoys gardening and antiquing. Contact: Allie Crafton, Test Kitchen Manager617-924-3993allie@chopchopmag.org695-697 Belmont Street, Belmont, MA 02478 Want to attend this class but are unable to pay? Scholarships and payment assistance are available for those in need. Email allie@chopchopmag.org for details.

When: Dec 18, 2018 4pm in Belmont, MA

Blind Beer Tastings

This event is designed to hone our knowledge of beer styles. By tasting beers blind (without knowing the brand or style), it forces us to rely on our senses and knowledge of style attributes to identify the beer. We will cover major style categories and even throw some curveballs in. We will learn what those style attributes are and how we can identify them through appearance, aroma and flavor.  Registration is limited to 28 per session! Sessions will focus on different beer styles or beers from specific countries, areas or regions:  April 5: Malt is the Star April 12: Deccoction Brewed April 19: Interesting Ingredients April 26: "H" is for Hops May 3: Classic Styles May 10: Beers Aged in Wood May 17: Lager Love May 24: The Addition of Wild Yeast (or other Bacteria) May 31: Beers With Wheat June 14: Built For Summer June 28: Beers From Belgium July 12: German-Descended Beers July 19: Beers Below 5% abv July 26: Hop-Forward Beers August 2: Late Summer Beers     *CBC's Society of Master Beercierge is located on the lower level, of 85 Leonard Street, next to Foodie's Market. Please enter through the backdoor, by Belmont Books! Take the stairs or elevator down one level, enter the door to the left and head down the hallway, just past the restrooms.* 

When: Dec 20, 2018 6pm in Belmont, MA

HO HO HO HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

JOIN US for our HO HO HO HOLIDAY PARTY!Wear something fancy, festive and fun to celebrate the holidays.7:30pm Group Dance lesson (Hustle)8:15pm General Dancing with Special Performances by World Champion Ballroom & Latin Dancers & So You Think You Can Dance Contestants$20/person if purchased by 12/14/2018; $25/person for tickets purchased 12/15-21

When: Dec 21, 2018 7:30PM in Belmont, MA

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Brookline, MA 02446

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About Belmont, MA
Belmont Massachusetts is a quiet, affluent, residential community located on the western suburban corridor of Boston on the divides between the Charles and Mystic Rivers. Until the early 19th century, Belmont was largely an agricultural town.

Belmont was then that the turnpike and railroad linked the area to Boston which stimulated the creation of several large estates. A Belmont farmer was the first to import and breed Holstein Cows and an estate in Belmont sparked the first use of hothouses to grow fruit and vegetables. The gardens under glass were so successful that they produced enough fruit to make the town first in the country in the value of fruit products and second in the country for vegetables.

Belmont residents are proud of their quiet, well-mannered and small 4.6 square mile community and are very civic minded.