Free Cooking Class ~ Register with Stockbridge Community Outreach

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05/03/2021 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Free Cooking Class ~ Register with Stockbridge Community Outreach

Back Street Meeting & Hall, North Center Street, Stockbridge, MI.
Address: 118 N Center St, Stockbridge, MI 49285, USA

Looking for something healthy, fun and free to do this spring? Get basic kitchen supplies and learn practical cooking with a pro. Six classes held on Mondays: April 12, 19, 26 and May 3, 10, 17.

  • Held in downtown Stockbridge at old Back Street Restaurant
  • Teacher Jackie Scheller, Vocational teacher/former restaurant owner.
  • Class size limited to 9 students per class.
  • Call Stockbridge Community Outreach to register, 517-851-7285.
  • Choose from two times: 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. or 5:30 – 7 p.m. (same content).

Registration deadline is April 5, 2021.

This class, a six-week, once-per-week commitment, is made possible with funding through Stockbridge Area Wellness Coalition & 5 Healthy Towns Foundation. Space is limited, first come, first served.

Registration required. Instructor is ServSafe Certified.

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    1. Do I have to have any experience? No, all level of artists are welcome. But you do need to be ready to do a lot of drawing!
    2. Who can participate in the workshop? The workshops are being offered to students in the four SRSLY communities of Stockbridge, Chelsea, Dexter, and Manchester and are for students in the 3rd-12th grade.
      Registration is required. Please visit to find out more about the workshops and registration.
    3. Who is teaching the workshops? Jerzy Drozd is a professional cartoonist, author of several comic books, and a teaching artist. He is also the author of the CPTN SRSLY comic books.
    4. Do I need any supplies? For the first few weeks, you will just need a pencil and paper! You will need a device to connect to Zoom (such as a computer, laptop, phone, or tablet). We will also be sending you some additional supplies that you will use in the later weeks of the workshop.
    5. I see this is being sponsored by SRSLY, so will my comic have to be about preventing youth drug and alcohol use? No, you will be allowed to draw comics about whatever you want! (as long as it is school appropriate, of course).
    6. Who can I contact for more info? For additional questions, please email