Learn to Crochet
Monday, February 13, 2023 - 5:00pm
Learn to crochet a potholder in one evening with the Trent knitting and Crochet club!
Crocheting has a long history of supporting farm families through the long, cold winters, and as an alternative source of income.
All skill levels are welcome to learn the basics of crochet and create a beautiful potholder in one evening!
Bring your own yarn and crochet hook if you have them! We will have extras. Supplies, snacks, and tea will be provided.
The workshop is $5 and you can register here.
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Please email email@example.com by Feb. 6th,
to request accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility.
Inwendaamin Oki, Map-making
Monday, February 6, 2023 - 3:30pm
We are Trent Students, Staff, Alumni, and community members who love this place known as the Trent Land, Air, and Waters. Join us in celebration of the Trent Nature Areas and Otonabee River to which we belong and are related. We will be hosting a gathering with a Community Meal and Mapping the Land on Monday, February 6, at the Seasoned Spoon.
At 3:30pm, Elder Dorothy Taylor will lead us in ceremony connecting our intentions with the Land and Jamie Williams will take us on guided tour as we bring attention to this special place known as the Trent Lands and Waters.
At 5:00pm, we will enjoy a free community meal and get creative with mapping/collaging our relations to the Trent Nature Areas and Otonabee River. You are invited to bring gifts or items from your interactions with the Land and Waters and share your stories and memories.
With gratitude for the Trent Vegetable Garden folks who grew the food and talented Seasoned Spoon cooks who will prepare the meal.
Registration is required here.
Sharing Supper and Stories from Around the World
Monday, January 30, 2023 - 5:00pm
Trent International, Trent Peer Support, and the Seasoned Spoon invite you to a potluck!
Please bring a dish that means something to you. It might remind you of home, bring you comfort, and come from your place of origin, or from your ancestry.
We will be sharing short stories about the food we bring to share: what is the key ingredient? why does it remind you of home? when would this dish be cooked typically? how easy was it to find the ingredients in Peterborough and where did you find them?
Please bring one dish to share, or cook with a friend and come together!
We look forward to connecting through food and stories with you!
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 23rd, to request an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility.
Monday, January 23, 2023 - 5:00pm
In this workshop we will learn all about Microgreens from an experienced grower and small-scale farm operator! This workshop will cover: basic setup, choosing seed varieties, general care, harvesting, storage, and timing. We will sample some Microgreens and have a chance to ask lots of questions. We will go home ready to start growing greens in our own homes all winter long!
Workshop costs $5 and registration is required on Eventbrite here. Please be in touch if paying through Eventbrite poses any challenges to you
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Please email email@example.com by Jan. 16th, to reque.st an accommodation or for inquiries about accessibility.
Monday, December 5, 2022 - 5:00pm
Kombucha uses simple ingredients to create a delicious, healthy beverage, like pop but full of digestive enzymes. It is prized for its healing properties! It is fantastic for your gut health and as an alcohol-free treat.
At this workshop, we will learn how to brew and care for this tasty, living drink. You will go home with a jar of brew and the SCOBY so you can prepare it on your own and share it with your friends.
Belly of the Beast Kombucha has been brewed in Peterborough since 2016. Now situated at the Food Shop in downtown Peterborough, this kombucha is crafted in small batches. The Food Shop is committed to the local food system and sourcing ingredients ethically. They offer a rotation of core and seasonally inspired kombucha in their store at 374 Water St., as well as right here at the Seasoned Spoon!
Workshop is $5 and registration on Eventbrite is required.
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Come cook with HOLA
Monday, November 28, 2022 - 5:00pm
HOLA will be teaching us how to prepare and cook authentic dishes from various regions of Latin America. On the menu for this evening is sopa de lentejas con tostones y ensalada de palmitos. Which translates to lentil stew with tostones and a heart of palms salad. Warm up from the inside out with this delicious food! You will leave knowing how to prepare these foods at home and recipes.
Tickets are $5 and registration is required here. Please email email@example.com