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Beginner Jam Making with Local Berries Monadnock Localvores Workshop


Jul 11, 2013
10:00 AM until 12:30 PM


Learn how to make jams out of all those wonderful summer berries.

Cynthia Nichols presents this class in Suzanne Brouillette's garden kitchen.

This workshop will take place indoors but you are invited to walk around the garden so come prepared. It will be held rain or shine. Dress accordingly due to current weather conditions.

There is a sliding scale of $5-$15 for donations at this workshop. No one will be turned away for lack of funds, however ALL proceeds go toward the Jeffrey P. Smith Scholarship Foundation for putting children through summer farm camps.


$5-$15 donation


View map Suzanne Brouillette's Garden
321 Chesham Rd.
Harrisville, NH

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