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Valentines Edible Arts

Time: February 14, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Egan Center
Street: 35 Matthew Street
City/Town: Milford
Website or Map: https://www.milfordrecreation…
Phone: 2039368567
Event Type: cooking, class
Organized By: Barbara Alexander
Latest Activity: Feb 13

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Arts in CT presents Love is in the Air!  Valentine's Edible Arts Cooking Classes! I February, meet our professional chef for a night of cooking, melodic sounds and lots of sweetness as we bring to you, Eat Your Heart Out segment of Edible Arts. When: February 14, 2017 Where: Margaret Egan Center, 35 Matthew Street, Milford, CT 06460 Time: 6:00 pm-8:00 pm Cost: $30 per person and $55 per couple Presenter: Chef Dallas Taylor Product: Chocolate Ganache Cake

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