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The Cooking Lab
Mon 8/23 - Fri 8/27, 9:30 AM - 12 PM ~ Culinary Passport II (Ages 8-12)
Young chefs will take a culinary world tour and prepare specialties from Greece, Argentina, France, Italy & Mexico all while learning essential cooking skills - PLEASE NOTE - this session will feature NEW recipes from those prepared during Culinary Passport I by
Time & Location
Aug 23, 2021, 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM
The Cooking Lab, 160 Main Street, Port Washington, NY, USA
About The Event
Culinary Passport Ii (Ages 11 & up)
Young chefs will take a culinary world tour and prepare specialties from Greece, Argentina, France, Spain & Mexico all while learning essential cooking skills - PLEASE NOTE - this session will feature NEW recipes from those prepared during Culinary Passport I
IMPORTANT INFO REGARDING OUR CLASSES:
Our teaching space consists of eight (8) separate cooking stations that each accommodates one individual (or two individuals living in the same household, i.e., siblings, a couple, parent/child). The stations are spaced out so that the student(s) at each station are six feet apart from the student(s) at other stations. We have made a significant investment to equip each station with its own set of cookware and tools and in doing so, students are able to remain at their own stations and use their own equipment. No equipment will be shared. Siblings who register for the same session will be seated together at the same station.
As each student will be cooking at his or her own individual station, it is essential that our young chefs be able to pay attention and follow instructions. As such, we ask for you to kindly comply with the age requirement listed for the session for which you’re registering. These rules are in place for the safety and enjoyment of your child and the other children in the session.
We require a minimum enrollment of four students to run each scheduled session.
NO REFUNDS OR MAKE-UPS
Given the very limited capacity of our in-person classes, there are no refunds or make-ups under any circumstances after registration. Sorry, no exceptions!
The health and safety of our staff and students is our number one priority and as such, we have strong protocols in place for their well-being. While keeping our classes small will give the chef instructor the ability to enforce protocols, we will automatically pivot to a virtual format if and when we deem it necessary for the safety of our staff and students. No price adjustments will be made in the event of these circumstances.
COVID SAFETY PROTOCOLS & SCREENINGS
Students will be required to wear masks at all times during the cooking class. The only exception is when they sample the food they prepared during class.
Temperature checks and health screening surveys will be administered prior to each class. Parents are required to escort their children to the door where a temperature check will be administered by a staff mem-ber. Parents must drop-off their child on time (no early drop-offs) and wait until the temperature check in is complete. Parents will not be permitted to remain during the class and are asked to wait outside to pick up at the end of class.
In addition, parents will be required to complete a health screening survey prior to each session. In the event that the answer to any screening question is "yes", the student will not be permitted to attend in-person class and may participate in a virtual session instead.
Students are expected to remain at their individual stations and spaced six feet apart from one another. Siblings who register for the same session will be seated together at a station.
All surfaces will be thoroughly sanitized and disinfected in between classes.
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