Culinary Campout: Campfire Cookout Class

. November 1, 2016.

Sitting around the campfire, swapping spooky stories, nothing beats s’mores. But before getting to dessert, the whole experience improves with real food cooked on an open flame. In the class Campfire Cookout, Parks Naturalist Shawn Severance will demonstrate culinary creations over a campfire. Equipment, food, recipes and instruction will all be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring reusable plates, silverware, and mugs.

Saturday | November 19 | 1pm
Park Lyndon South |
18801 N Territorial Rd | Chelsea
734-971-6337 | ewashtenaw.org | Free

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