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A Little Yumminess

Tue, 12/02/2014 - 12:22am -- DeniseGoKid
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Hours of Operation: 
Varies by program
Location: 
San FranciscoSan Francisco County, California
Organization Description: 

If you need a little help figuring out creative ways of feeding your kids, check out this great blog by SFkids.org friends' A Little Yumminess. Their recipes and food adventures will inspire you, especially when you sit in your kitchen wondering what to feed your family for dinner! San Francisco mom bloggers Simran and Stacie offer classes and camps throughout the year at 18 Reasons, Marin Prep, and Seesaw and are also available for private workshops and events.

 

Camps:

Sign up your budding chef for A Little Yumminess' Around the World Summer Camp for some cooking, eating and crafting.

 

Week-long Summer Sessions:

Ages: 7 to 9 (entering grades 2–4)

Days/Times: Mondays through Fridays, 9am–1:30pm

Cost: $375 per week (materials fee, snack, and lunch included)

There is room for 2 or 3 junior camp counselors (grades 6–8) for $200 per week. 

Neighborhood: 
Bernal Heights
Castro
Civic Center
Eureka
Mission
Noe Valley
Tenderloin
Ages Served: 
7
8
9
Cost: 
Varies by class
Free: 
No
Financial Assistance: 
No
Parent Event?: 
0
Season: 
All Year
Email: 
alittleyum@yahoo.com
Organization and Program Categories: 
Cooking
Cultural and Ethnic
Health and Wellness
Nutrition
Languages Spoken: 
English
NA
Accessibility Note: 
N/A
NA
Getting There: 
<p>18 Reasons: Metered and FREE street parking available.&nbsp;</p><p>MUNI: 14, 22, J-Church &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Marin Prep: Metered and FREE street parking available.</p><p>MUNI: 24, 33, 35 &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Seesaw: Difficult street parking. Parking garage on Grove and Gough not too far away.</p><p>MUNI: 5, 16, 21</p>
Description Tag: 
Cooking Classes, Out of School Time, Summer Day Camp
Contact Name: 
Simran and Stacie
Contact Email: 
alittleyum@yahoo.com
Contact Phone Number: 
N/A

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