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Maine Adult Education

Acadian Arts Asian Fusion Cooking Retreat at Roosevelt Campobello International Park, New Brunswick, Canada

with Chris Toy, Kennebec Neighbors Adult Education Winthrop Site

$495

Your instructor, Chris Toy is the author of 6 popular cookbooks, a private chef, and has taught Asian-fusion cooking for several Maine community education programs. Cooking students will learn how to prepare a variety of recipes from Asia, Europe, and the Americas incorporating traditional and local ingredients. Each meal will actively engage cooks with the tools, techniques, and stories behind the dishes being created. Step back to a time when President Franklin Roosevelt, Eleanor, and their family escaped to their “beautiful little island” in the Canadian Maritimes, Campobello Island. We will be exclusive guests of the international park, staying in historic Victorian cottages. Workshop participants will explore and paint the same coastal scenery enjoyed by the summer residents at the turn of the 20th century. All meals are included in the workshop fee as well as specially planned optional evening activities designed to extend your learning from the day’s workshops, including a private concert by award-winning Celtic Fiddle player, Katherine Moller, in the Victorian parlor of Hubbard House. Register for the retreat then call Sherry Mitchell at 506-752- 2922 to make room reservations. Acadian Arts Retreats participants will have exclusive overnight accommodations in the park.

  • Session 2: Jun 21 - 23rd, 2024
    Sun, Fri, and Sat

    Will run

  • Session 3: Jul 12 - 15th, 2024
    Sun, Mon, Fri, and Sat
  • Session 4: Aug 16 - 19th, 2024
    Sun, Mon, Fri, and Sat

Roosevelt Campobello Island International Park New Brunswick Canada

506-752-2922

P.O. Box 129
Lubec, ME 04652 Get directions

Location map for Roosevelt Campobello Island International Park New Brunswick Canada
This program is offered by Kennebec Neighbors Adult Education Winthrop Site . For more information, contact 207-377-2265.




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