$50 for $100 Worth of Cooking Classes or Summer Camp at The Kids Cooking Corner in Vancouver

Vancouver

Give as a Gift
Over 50 bought
Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

Kids ages 3–18 learn kitchen safety, food prep, etiquette & nutrition in 2-hour classes or four-day camps at century-old home with garden

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 10th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must schedule classes at the time of redemption. Subject to availability. Not valid for birthday parties. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

As children grow up, they must learn that money doesn’t grow on trees, dinner doesn't make itself, and real dogs are awful at basketball. Help kids prepare for hosting their first dinner parties with this Groupon.

$50 for $100 Worth of Kids' Cooking Classes or Camp

Kids expand their palates in cooking classes appropriate for different age groups and featuring menus that rotate weekly ($35 each, or four for $99). Youngsters aged 3–6 can enroll in an Assistant Chef session to glean basic techniques such as measuring and mixing, and ages 7–11 can begin to hone their culinary creativity in Jr. Chef classes. Four-day summer-camp programs immerse kids aged 6 and older in cooking and baking, as well as gardening, crafts, outdoor activities, and light exercise ($299.99).

The Kids Cooking Corner

From the outside, The Kids Cooking Corner has the whimsical appearance of a fairy-tale cottage, its white siding accented by baby-blue paint and surrounded by fresh flowers and topiaries. The interior of the century-old house is equally exciting to youngsters, though not because of a prince or fairy godmother willing to do all of the heavy lifting. Children work hard at The Kids Cooking Corner, but the work is disguised in fun and rewarded with tasty snacks.

Helmed by chef, health enthusiast, and mother of three Heidi O'Connor, the staff at The Kids Cooking Corner strives to educate whippersnappers on nutrition, food safety, and food prep, often helping picky eaters try new foods along the way. Brightly painted walls, a playful party room, and a fully stocked kitchen provide a safe, exciting environment for kids to get crafty with edibles during each class, as well as during summer camps, birthday parties, and peaceful games of food baseball.

The Kids Cooking Corner

From the outside, the nonprofit, 100% volunteer-run Kids Cooking Corner has the whimsical appearance of a fairy-tale cottage, its white siding accented by baby-blue paint and surrounded by fresh flowers and topiaries. The interior of the century-old house is equally exciting to youngsters, though not because of a prince or fairy godmother willing to do all of the heavy lifting. Children work hard at The Kids Cooking Corner, but the work is disguised in fun and rewarded with tasty snacks. Instructors warmly welcome foster children and children with special needs into their classrooms.

Helmed by chef, health enthusiast, and mother of three Heidi O'Connor, the volunteers at The Kids Cooking Corner strive to educate whippersnappers on nutrition, food safety, and food prep, often helping picky eaters try new foods along the way. Instructors incorporate math, science, and reading into curricula, teaching real-world applications for kids' school-sourced skills. Children definitely get their hands dirty, however: in spring and summer, they spend time in The Kids Cooking Corner garden, getting firsthand experience working with ingredients from seed to plate. Brightly painted walls, a playful party room, and a fully stocked kitchen provide a safe, exciting environment for kids to get crafty with edibles during each class, as well as during summer camps, parties, and peaceful games of food baseball.



Tips

  • “Heidi is absolutely 'FANTASTIC' !!!!!! ”

  • “My son loves the cooking classes! They encourage healthy eating and good manners! Wonderful staff and adorable place!!”

  • “My son loved the class, with the discount with group on it was great, but without it , it's to expensive.”

  1. A

    Vancouver

    5206 NE 78th St.

    Vancouver, Washington 98665

    360-433-9114

    Get Directions

Stuff that the kids will enjoy