Join Liz Barbour at the Amherst Town Library on Tuesday, October 23 6:30-8:30PM for a slide presentation and cooking demonstration.
And proudly presents the new musical adaptation of Disney’s Winnie the Pooh for October 19, 20 and 21 in Nashua.
Morning Meeting – November 1st
Amherst Garden Club Presents Designing Edible Arrangements
Lou GreensteinDo you have an artistic flair and a love for great food? Join the Amherst Garden Club on Thursday, November 1 and indulge both passions by learning how to create edible centerpieces that will delight your guests.
Culinary historian, food designer, and former TV chef for Boston’s Good Day Show Lou Greenstein will show us how to create holiday-inspired edible centerpieces using carved vegetables and fruits.
Lou’s 42-year career in food service started in the test kitchen and classrooms at UMass, where he studied restaurant management. He went on to direct food service at Southern New Hampshire University, was an area director for a national catering company, and has managed ho-tels, country clubs, and restaurants.
His media experience includes TV chef, author, and columnist. Lou was a regular on Boston’s Good Day Show for 14 years, has written about food for The Boston Globe and Bon Appétit, and has authored two books, The Mystic Seaport Bakery Recipe Sampler and À La Carte: A Tour of Dining History.
Following the program, Lou’s edible creations will be raffled off!
The meeting will take place at 9:15 am at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 303 Route 101, Amherst. Following the business meeting and refreshments, the program will begin at 10:30. The public is welcome to attend with no fee.
Evening Meeting – November 1st
Mary SalmonHoliday Decorations
Join Long time Amherst Garden Club member, Mary Salmon will be the “Holiday Decorations” presenter for the November 1 evening meeting of the club.
The inspirations for her imaginative decorations come from nature and her presentation will help jump-start your own holiday decorating ideas!
Mary is a master gardener as well as an experienced floral arranger and has a passion for passing along her ideas and the process it takes from turning the ideas into inspiration and then moving from a concept to a fine holiday decoration!
The meeting will take place at 7:00 pm at Parkhurst Place, 11 Veterans Road, Amherst, NH. The public is welcome to attend with no fee.
The Amherst Makerspace is renting doors and spaces for Halloween-loving groups or individuals to participate in Halloween in Amherst Decorate your door and space in the spirit of this family-friendly holiday and expect an average of 1,000 trick or treaters! Details: 673-6248
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