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. September 28, 2012.
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Sweet Heather Anne is sort of like A2's Martha Stewart — the things she creates look gorgeous, elegant, and almost impossible to recreate. She's ready to let amateur bakers in on her secret, though, with a host of new cake and cookie classes. Heather elevates baked goods to an elegant level, so expect technique tips and lots of attention to detail. The first course of the season will reveal how to perfect block M cookies (she's sweet and full of Wolverine spirit!), with later classes covering  buttercream and fondant cakes. It's the perfect opportunity to get inside the mind of a piping bag master.

$75. 5:30-8pm. Thursday, October 18. 920 N. Main St. 734-913-2025. sweetheatheranne.com. —AO

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