The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum will again host a “Kids in the Kitchen” series this fall, offering three different events: Fall Treats, Spooky Spider Candy and Gingerbread House Decorating. All Kids in the Kitchen events will be held at Forest and Field Demo Kitchen, 1072 Alliance Park Drive in Bloomsburg. Registration is required.
Fall Treats will be held on Wednesday, September 28th from 6-8 p.m. The apples for this event will be donated by Rohrbach’s Farm Market in Catawissa. Students will make their own caramel apple slices and mini-apple pies. The event is recommended for ages 6+ and adults are welcome, too. The cost to attend is $30; register online at: https://bit.ly/bcm-kitchenapples
Spooky Spider Treats will be held on Wednesday, October 19th from 6-8 p.m. Kids will learn how to make delicious and spooky spider truffles with Rose in Bloom Candies! These allergen-friendly delectables will please everyone. Ingredients for this class are vegan and gluten-free (soy is present in the candies). All participants take home their own spider truffles. The event is recommended for ages 8+ and adults are welcome, too. The cost to attend is $30; register at https://bit.ly/bcm-kitchenspider
Gingerbread House Decorating will be offered on Wednesday, November 16th from 6-8 p.m. The class includes a large pre-assembled gingerbread house, royal and cake icing, assorted candies, sugar lay-ons, and much more. The class will feature instruction on making trees, windows, and decorations to make your house a work of art. Recommended for ages 6+, adults are welcome too. The cost to attend is $30; register at https://bit.ly/bcm-kitchenhouse
The Bloomsburg Children’s Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit overseen by a board of directors. This organization strives to offer unique, sustainable, and dynamic learning opportunities for youth through year-round interactive exhibits, programming, and community outreach. For more information, please visit https://the-childrens-museum.org/.