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Join us at Curds and Wine to learn the basics of making wine from fresh grapes! We will go through the processes involved, chemistry testing, and the equipment you will need, with demonstrations of the use of equipment commonly used for winemaking.
*Must be 21 or over to attend. Paid participants ONLY admitted to seminar.
Purchase of fresh grapes is not included; grapes must be purchased separately and wine made at home from fresh grapes. No wine is made in this class!
Your receipt of your online purchase will serve as your ticket for attending the seminar.
Preserving and Dehydration: One of the best ways to cut your food bills and eat more soundly is to take advantage of seasonal surplus produce. Learn to select, prepare and set up dehydration systems, as well as storage considerations.
Why Pay $4 A Pint For Kombucha? Learn How To DO IT YOURSELF In This Workshop!
Learn all about kombucha, a fermented tea beverage, and why fermented foods are so good for you!
- Learn how to brew kombucha safely at home, including secondary flavorings
- Get your kombucha-related questions answered
- Sample various seasonal kombucha flavors
You will get to take home a kit with everything you need to start making kombucha at home! (Ceramic 2-gallon container, sugar, tea, tea towel, and a live SCOBY culture).
$50 with take home kit (admits two people)
$30 with SCOBY only (admits two people)
Purchase tickets here: http://www.fermentersclub.com/kombucha-sandiego/
Gardening doesn’t have to be complicated, in fact at City Farmers, we believe it should be simple. Come learn basics of gardening in San Diego with Farmer Bill. We’ll talk about soil, watering, planting schedules, maintenance, and pest control.
Cost: Free. No need to RSVP.
Non-Carlsbad residents will be put on a waitlist and notified as spots become available.
Come and enjoy authentic German food, such as bratwurst, ox-on-the-spit, potato salad, potato pancakes, sauerkraut, red cabbage, pretzels, and a variety of German pastries. We offer a great selection of German beers and liquors, and soft drinks and water, to enjoy with your friends and family!
Our band, the Guggenbach-Buam, joins us from Baden-Württemberg, Germany. These talented, entertaining musicians dress in traditional clothing, and play a variety of German music, just as you would hear in the beer gardens in Bavaria. Play a song from the Guggenbach-Buamband using the controller on the right. Enjoy songs such as the chicken dance, polkas and waltzes, and all the famous beer-drinking tunes – new and old! Dance or sing along to some wonderful Oom-pah music!
Watch traditional folk dancing performances, compete in our numerous games and contests, check out vendor and craft booths, and treat your kids to their own Kids’ Zone. Bring your family and friends to El Cajon and experience a real German Oktoberfest!
Date: Friday October 9, 2015 – 8:30AM to 4PM
If you could have a hands-on, high interest field trip within walking distance to your classroom, where you could teach language arts, math, science, health, and more, wouldn’t you want to make it happen? All this is possible in the school garden! The CSYSG Workshop is for teams working to create or enhance a school garden program. This workshop covers planning and designing a school garden, basic gardening skills, curricular connections, and outdoor classroom management – everything you need to get growing in the right direction.