Japanese Cooking At Campus By The Sea

This Mother’s Day, give Mom a gift the whole family will enjoy.

A special Mother's Day cooking treat at Campus by the Sea

Join us at Campus by the Sea May 11-13 as we present our “Exploring the Flavors of Japan” cooking class.

All class participants will receive their own chef coat and be expertly taught the art of preparing sushi and other Japanese specialties, including tempura. The four-hour class is taught in our recently renovated professional kitchen by our Executive Chef, D’Arcy Letourneau.

As this is a weekend designed for the entire family, we will be offering waterfront activities, including kayaking and snorkeling. And wait until you see our two new beach volleyball courts and full-sized basketball court.

On Saturday night, we will have a worship time around the fire ring and listen to stories by master storyteller Gary Richmond. Gary will also speak Sunday morning for worship.

That will be followed by a special Mother’s Day brunch overlooking the ocean.

Cost:

• $235 for cooking class participants (7th grade and up — minimum age for cooking class)

• $208 for non-participants (7th grade and up)

• $160 for children (4 yrs old – 6th grade)

• $92 for children (under 4 years of age)

Costs include: Round-trip boat fare to Campus by the Sea, two nights accommodation, all meals, snacks and beverages while at Campus by the Sea; plus Chef’s jacket, toque and recipe book for class participants.

To Register: Download the Mom Really Cooks Brochure/Registration Form. Print, fill out and mail to Campus by the Sea, PO Box 466, Avalon CA 90704.

For more information, call Shane at Campus by the Sea (310)510-0015 or email us at CBS Office.

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