In search of sweetness

. May 18, 2012.

Looking for a sweet treat? Sweet Heather Anne's Heather Anne Leavitt will now share her knowledge with students at her bakery on Metty Drive. Both cookie and cake classes will be offered covering topics such as fondant, sculpting cakes and how to decorate the ultimate sugar cookie. Participants are encourage to wear comfortable clothes and are welcome to bring their own tools on Wednesday, December 21, from 5:30-8:30pm for Christmas Cookies. Sweet Heather Anne will do the baking, while guests are left with the fun of decorating each cookie to their hearts content for $75 per person! To register email sweetheatheranne@gmail.com or call 734-913-2025. 359 Metty Dr. www.sweetheatheranne.com

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