Who:  This Six-Week After-Camp Program is open to children*, ages 6 to 14.

How:  Select ANY combination of days to attend at $20 each using the date checkboxes.  Press the green “SIGN ME UP!” button after each camper’s info is completed to add them to the CART.  Enroll two siblings to save 5%.  Three or more siblings save 10%.  Press “Register” (on menu at top) to add each additional sibling to cart.  When all campers are in cart, then checkout.

For security and convenience, your payment is processed by PayPal.com and you can even use your credit card without a PayPal account.  Otherwise, you can choose “Send a Paper Check” during checkout.

What:  These “Cooking With Stars” classes are designed to inspire budding chefs by creating a delicious recipe each week celebrating a new food holiday or theme. After each hands-on cooking workshop, Li’l chefs will bring home their dishes to share with their family. More than just learning to cook, they will learn about food hygiene, mathematics of measuring, food chemistry, teamwork, communication, plus the featured tool of the week. Students receive a chef hat & apron and all recipes are posted online with photos and step-by-step instructions. There is a minimum of 10 students required to run this class with a maximum of 25 students.  Check out some sample photos from past classes below!

 

When:  Six consecutive Wednesdays from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM: July 18, 25, August 1, 8, 15, & 22 (2018).

Where:  At the SportsPro Camps.  Held on the Suffolk County Community College Grant Campus (Crooked Hill Rd, Brentwood, NY 11717) in the Sports & Exhibition Complex. Camp Directions:Take Exit 53 off the LIE, make a right onto Wicks Road. Turn right onto Campus Road which is the camp entrance. Left at stop sign. Sports & Exhibition Complex is on the left.

Why:  A passion for food and cooking is a lifelong skill that Chef Paula’s father instilled in her from an early age.  There are many benefits to this.  For example, families love that their kids retain their interest in preparing their own food and bonding over food related activities.  The experience helps even formerly picky eaters discover they enjoy eating new foods with healthy and nutritious ingredients!  Cooking also enhances confidence, fosters curiosity, and develops good habits.

*Besides food allergies, the space for “Health Concerns” during checkout is also the place to describe any condition that we need to know about including sensory and behavior issues. Please feel free to call us at (516) 338-0552 so we can discuss how to make this a positive experience for everyone.

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Who:  This Six-Week After-Camp Program is open to children*, ages 6 to 14.

How:  Select ANY combination of days to attend at $20 each using the date checkboxes.  Press the green “SIGN ME UP!” button after each camper’s info is completed to add them to the CART.  Enroll two siblings to save 5%.  Three or more siblings save 10%.  Press “Register” (on menu at top) to add each additional sibling to cart.  When all campers are in cart, then checkout.

For security and convenience, your payment is processed by PayPal.com and you can even use your credit card without a PayPal account.  Otherwise, you can choose “Send a Paper Check” during checkout.

What:  These “Cooking With Stars” classes are designed to inspire budding chefs by creating a delicious recipe each week celebrating a new food holiday or theme. After each hands-on cooking workshop, Li’l chefs will bring home their dishes to share with their family. More than just learning to cook, they will learn about food hygiene, mathematics of measuring, food chemistry, teamwork, communication, plus the featured tool of the week. Students receive a chef hat & apron and all recipes are posted online with photos and step-by-step instructions. There is a minimum of 10 students required to run this class with a maximum of 25 students.  Check out some sample photos from past classes below!

 

When:  Six consecutive Wednesdays from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM: July 18, 25, August 1, 8, 15, & 22 (2018).

Where:  At the SportsPro Camps.  Held on the Suffolk County Community College Grant Campus (Crooked Hill Rd, Brentwood, NY 11717) in the Sports & Exhibition Complex. Camp Directions:Take Exit 53 off the LIE, make a right onto Wicks Road. Turn right onto Campus Road which is the camp entrance. Left at stop sign. Sports & Exhibition Complex is on the left.

Why:  A passion for food and cooking is a lifelong skill that Chef Paula’s father instilled in her from an early age.  There are many benefits to this.  For example, families love that their kids retain their interest in preparing their own food and bonding over food related activities.  The experience helps even formerly picky eaters discover they enjoy eating new foods with healthy and nutritious ingredients!  Cooking also enhances confidence, fosters curiosity, and develops good habits.

*Besides food allergies, the space for “Health Concerns” during checkout is also the place to describe any condition that we need to know about including sensory and behavior issues. Please feel free to call us at (516) 338-0552 so we can discuss how to make this a positive experience for everyone.

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SportsPro Cooking Workshop July 2018

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