Parents Club Cooking Class

Parents Club-Online Cooking Class

In lieu of the typical Parents Club Meeting in December, we would like to invite you to join us for a community-building, fundraising, family-oriented event. We have arranged for a family friendly cook along class through PCC. Sign up and arrange to meet your friends on Zoom and create some yummy treats for your family to enjoy all while supporting the Parents Club. 

Below are details for the class. Cost is $50 per family to attend. All proceeds will go to support the Parents Club and classroom parties, teacher gifts, etc. (If your family would like to attend and cost is a concern, please contact Anna.)

By signing up below, you agree to have your School Admin account charged the non-refundable fee. Enrollment is limited to 50 families- sign up now to ensure your family can participate! 

Approximately one week prior to the event, you will receive the Zoom link and a packet of information which will include an ingredient list, prep instructions and the recipes. You will also get a video recording of the class afterwards.

Snowman Cupcakes

December 10, 10:00-11:30 AM

Cam Zarcone- Instructor

In this class kids will learn how to turn a cupcake into a snowman! They’ll learn to make vanilla-orange cupcakes from scratch, then decorate them with vanilla frosting, chocolate-cookie snowman hats, coconut “snow” and orange gummy-candy carrot noses. As darling as they are delicious, these cupcakes are fun for the whole family.”


About the instructor:

Cam teaches many of PCC’s teen and kid classes. Cam never planned to leave her career as an award-winning journalist, but a life spent cooking — and teaching others the joy of it — finally proved too irresistible. Cam received her professional culinary training from the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition to her work at PCC, she teaches several innovative multidisciplinary cooking classes at Edmonds Heights K-12. Her food writing has appeared in publications including The Boston Globe.


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