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Learn to Make Pies and Quiches June 2 at 5:30pm

Learn to make Pies and Quiches with Linda Welty and the Wautoma Public Library on Thursday June 2nd at 5:30pm.  Yes!  The plural of quiche is quiches!  And now you'll know how to make them!  Isn't that delicious?  And you can have pie for dessert.  What a wonderful program to attend and learn how to feed yourself in such a fun, fancy, and delicious way.  Samples and live demonstration will be provided.  Registration is required and event will take place at the World War 2 Museum.  A $3 donation is appreciated but not required to help cover costs.

May Programs

Pizza, Paninis & More:  Thurs. May 5th at 5:30.  Led by Linda Welty.  Thank you to Copps of Wautoma and Joe's Premium Pizza for Donations.

Altered Books Workshop:  Wed. May 18th at 2pm.  HCE led.  Make Planters and Center Pieces out of Books.  Call Marilynn at 787-0212 to sign up.

Good & Cheap Eats:  Thurs. May 19th at 5:30pm.  Led by UW-Extension.  Learn how to eat well on $4 a day.  Learn to make cheese!

Adult Coloring and Coffee Social Hour:  Thurs. May 26th at 5:30 pm.  We provide the supplies.  You supply the creativity.

All classes are Free, but a donation is appreciated to help cover costs and keep adult programming going.

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