CWC teams up with the JH Senior Center to offer cooking classes

JACKSON, Wyo. — Central Wyoming College is collaborating with the Senior Center of Jackson Hole to offer monthly cooking classes via Zoom. The courses are available not only for members of the Senior Center but for anyone interested in learning new cooking skills.

Chef Jason Mitchell instructs former student, Sylvia Ginter. Photo: The late David Swift.

CWC will be coordinating with other local organizations in Jackson to help with ingredients and cooking instruction, including Slow Food in the Tetons, Meals with a Mission, Hole Food Rescue, Eat Wyoming and the Jackson Hole high school culinary team.

CWC Hospitality students are also helping to coordinate and acquire ingredients for participants in the course.

The first class is today, Thursday, February 25, and hosted by Joni Upsher of Meals on a Mission. Upsher will be instructing viewers on how to make potato leek and white bean soup.

The next class is scheduled for Thursday, March 4 from 3:30-5 p.m.

Pre-registration is required to attend these classes. Please call the Senior Center at (307) 733-7300 to register. Suggested contribution for seniors is $15. Price for non-seniors is $20.

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