Can you think of a better way to cool off than learning to make your own gelato from scratch! Just what is the difference between ice cream and gelato, anyway? Learn this and much more from Chef Lynlee Bradley, who will start by giving us some background on the history of this sweet treat, then teach us how to make the Italian favorite for ourselves.
Love sushi but think you could never make it at home? In this class, Natalie Keng, Founder/Owner, Chinese Southern Belle, will teach us the necessary ingredients, techniques, and equipment to use and then we'll roll, roll, roll! We'll end the class by getting to eat everything we've made!
A unique, interactive and educational class featuring a culinary and cultural introduction to the history and technique of Sushi-making including ingredients and tools (wrapper, rice, fillings, bamboo mat, soy sauce, wasabi)
Hands-on participation and one-on-one guidance
Fresh ingredients to make rolls (California rolls)
Natalie’s creative “out-of-the-roll” sushi-making twists and tips
Nibbles + beverages to kick off the evening
15 years ago, I was sitting in a conference with 100+ people, none of whom I had ever met before, when all of a sudden djembes (African hand drums) were passed around and the instructor jumped on the stage and began teaching us how to play. Fast forward to an hour later, and the room full of strangers, was no more -- we had joined together to make music and share a new experience which bonded us for the rest of the three day conference. I'll never forget that, and wanted to share the experience with you taught by Sound & Rhythm Drumming Studio from Nashville!
What you’ll get:
You’ll be part of a team learning together, discovering inner talents, making new friends, bonding and having fun
Small bites + beverages
Use of authentic djembes (African hand drums)
Get in touch with your inner Chihuly!
What We Will Do
Get a hands-on lesson about the process of glassblowing, an ancient art that is still practiced by modern artisans
Work with a professional glassblower to practice the key steps of the craft in an interactive workshop to create a one-of-a-kind piece to take home
Take advantage of an optimal student-to-teacher ratio for a more personalized experience that guarantees you learn something and get a chance to meet other high-level women
Two-hour glassblowing class
Take-home piece of art ready a few days after making it (it needs some time to cool off)
Much-needed small bites and snacks — well deserved after working with hot molten glass
Limited spots available — register by May 8th to secure the $65 early bird pricing. The price increases to $75 on May 9th.
Pinkies up, ladies! Join Ladies Who Learn for a beautifully curated Afternoon tea. As we sip from a perfectly brewed pot of tea and nibble on locally sourced delicacies, the folks at Just Add Honey will teach us the do’s and don’ts of this long-honed British tradition, along with the how-to’s of hosting our own tea parties.
We all have so much on our plates, let’s take some out for ourselves and enjoy the company of other high-level women while we learn something new and engaging. By design, we have capped the number of participants to ensure inclusion and enhanced engagement.
two endless pots of tea flavors,
assorted tea sandwiches,
locally baked scones,
lemon curd and jam,
fresh fruit, and
Limited spots available — sign-up by March 15th to secure a reservation for $80. The price will increase to $100 on March 16th.