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The event will feature pineapple fruit-infused cooking demos, Make-Me-A-Pineapple kids cooking classes, pineapple-themed arts and crafts, souvenir photos in the pineapple patch, a personal appearance by the Pineapple Farmer Patty, entertainment; music and an all-you-can eat farm-to-table lunch. The event will held at the historic Boynton Woman's Club in Boynton Beach.
Famed Chef Chrissy Benoit of The Little House will conduct a cooking demo and kids cooking class highlighting the use of the fresh pineapple fruit. The cooking demo line-up includes baker Bonnie Brown of Bonnie’s Best Bests; and Chef Phillip Herman of the Secret Garden Café. Under the leadership of Chef Suzanne O’Neil of the South Tech Culinary Academy, her students will assist the chefs with the kitchen management, demos and kids cooking classes. Sugar Pines pineapples are sponsored by Kingston & Associates.
A special designed pineapple fruit-shaped cake by Pastry Chef Lara Fisher of Cakes by Lara will be unveiled at the March 3rd Children & Parents Day.
Sugar Pines MD2 Gold Fresh Pineapples are sponsored Kingston & Associates
The 8th annual Children & Parents Day is an official community event partner for the 500thanniversary of the State of Florida, Viva Florida. Pineapple fruit farming had a major historic impact during the agricultural development of the State of Florida. Pineapple Farmer Patty will be making a personal appearance at the event. And, souvenir photos will be offered in the Pineapple Fruit Patch.
Additional support has been provided by The Palm Beach Post, the Patricia Ann Ravo Fund; and Boris & Edith Rueger Fund. Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
CREDIT CARD Payments are ONLY accepted ON-LINE
For more information, call 561-243-2662 or e-mail Pineapple@ChildrenParentsDay.org
The purpose of this festive program is to provide a fun-filled day of family adventures with arts, crafts and history education activities for children.
The Museum of Lifestyle& Fashion History was established in year 1999 and is a non-profit 501c3 organization with the mission to offer educational programs, and history and retrospective anthropology exhibits showcasing lifestyle, cultures, people, places, fashion trends, clothes, architecture, furnishings, decorative arts, interior designs, locomotives and toys, and information about popular uses of artifacts by people/events of various periods of time.
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