Grey Bruce Ag and Culinary Association offers cooking classes.
The Grey Bruce Agriculture and Culinary Association wants to get you cooking with local food.
Spokesperson Janice Mewhinny tells us they have started a series of cooking classes that highlight local food.
Mewhinny notes the classes have been well-attended so far.
Anyone over the age of eight is welcome to sign up -- and the cost is 15 to 20 dollars and that includes all of the food and supplies.
For more information -- email [email protected]
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