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The Bakerís Rack Summer Kitchen Camp

Have a Queen of Tarts? A Lord of the Pies? Or even a Stud Muffin or a Smart Cookie at home who loves to get creative in the kitchen?
This summer the staff of the Bakerís Rack will be hosting a Summer Kitchen Camp for up and coming pastry chefs, bakers and food artists, rising second-graders and up.
Campers will learn patience, problem-solving techniques and team work, as well as be encouraged to think ěoutside the recipe.î
New vocabulary, challenges and skills await your chef. Campers will gain an understanding of the nutritional values of foods which leads to better food choices.
Campers will bring home their daily creations and get a behind the scenes look at a working bakery.
The Kitchen Camp staff includes CPR and Serve Safe certified instructors who will ensure your childís safety and provide for your camperís culinary questions.
Camp will be from 2:30-5 p.m. June 13-17, June 20-24, July11-15 and July 25-29
Based on demand the Bakerís Rack Summer Kitchen Camp can make accommodations for troops, groups or teams at other times and dates.
Tuition is $75 and includes a recipe book with the Kitchen Campís baking syllabus, apron and all the samples a camper could enjoy.
Sibling discount 2 campers for $130 (save 10 per camper) or 3 campers for $180 (save 15 per camper). Refer another camper and receive a tuition discount.
Non- refundable Deposit of $25 due at registration for ingredients and to reserve the camperís space. The remaining fee is due the Monday session of Kitchen Camp.
Kitchen Camp is located at the Bakerís Rack at 970 Branchview Dr Suite 240, Concord, N.C
For more information or to register, call 704-721-0333 or email bakersracknc@gmail.com or drop by the store to register your camper.

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