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Tue, December 1, 2015
Lap Swim (Ends at 9:30 AM)
Preschool Prep (2 Yrs)
Family Swim (Ends at 12:00 PM)
MY Muscles (12 - 17 Mths)
MY Lounge (Ends at 2:30 PM)
Animal Explorers (2 - 4 Yrs)
Make A Mess: Art & Painting (18 - 30 Mths)
MY Muscles (18 - 23 Mths)
Preschool Prep (3 Yrs)
MY Muscles (2 - 3 Years)
Animal Explorers (2 - 4 Yrs)
Make A Mess: Art & Painting (2.5 - 3.5 Yrs)
Songs for Seeds (6 Mths - 5 Yrs)
Lunchtime Lap Swim (Ends at 12:30 PM)
MY Muscles (2 - 3 Yrs)
MY Muscles (12 Mths - 4 Yrs)
Senior Swim (Ends at 2:00 PM)
Songs for Seeds (6 Mths - 5 Yrs)
PROnatal Fitness: Postnatal Exercise-ends at 2:30PM
Introductory Ceramics Workshop
Family Swim (Ends at 8:30 PM)
Lap Swim (Ends at 8:30 PM)

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Our Blog

Nov 28, 2015
The first American pioneer housewives used to bake a pie for every meal of the week. Settlers could not finish a meal without their pie. In the winter when it was very difficult or impossible to find fruits they used to bake pies with potatoes. As they discovered pumpkins and sweet potatoes that where so sweet, they created pies made with these vegetables. Here is my version. Enjoy!
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Tasty Tuesdays — Roasted Parsnip and Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
Nov 17, 2015
Jerusalem artichokes are also called ‘Sunchokes,’ ‘sunroots,’ and ‘topinambour.’ The name does not have anything to do with Jerusalem. The Italian for Sunflower is Girasole, so the original name would have been Girasole Artichoke. They resemble sunflowers with small flower heads. Sunchokes are native to North America and were first cultivated by the Native Americans.
Like the cranberries that we used in the relish last week, I chose again to use an ingredient native to North America to celebrate Thanksgiving at the end of this month. This soup will make a healthy and light appetizer.

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Baker’s Blog — Fresh Fruit Tart
Nov 06, 2015
Did you know that a tart is not just a pie without a top crust? They are usually very thin (less than 1 inch thick), and often very colorful because of a pattern of carefully arrange fruits. Tart pans are shallow and straight-sided. The sides are often fluted and false bottoms are easiest to use because tarts are usually removed from the pan before serving. They can be rectangular or square, not only round. The shell can be baked first--"blind-baked"--or it can be baked with the fruits.
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