Cooking Edwardian Christmas "Downton Style"

Cooking Edwardian Christmas "Downton Style"

Sip mulled cider as you prepare, cook and sit down to a Downton Abbey inspired Christmas dinner. There will be time to tour the historic house which will be seasonally decorated. Take the recipes home and recreate the meal for your family and friends.
Fee: $31.50 + $15 material fee (registration required)

Call to register at 905-615-4860

Saturday, November 17, 2018 - 1:00pm
Registration
$46.50 + tax

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