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Cooking classes for kids and teenagers

Tiny Kitchen opens its doors to young cooking enthusiasts aged 4-19. Classes will be held Mondays-Saturdays with 9-11 a.m. sessions and 2-4 p.m. sessions starting March.

 

Tiny Kitchen 1 is for 4-6 year-olds and is priced at P7,500 for new students, while Tiny Kitchen 1 Advanced is P7,250 for former students. Both courses consist of five sessions.

 

The Basic Course for 7-12-year-olds and Basic Teens for 13-19-year-olds are worth P8,250. Former students enrolling in the Advanced and other courses pay P7,950.

 

Those who have completed both the Basic and Advanced can choose other courses like Around the World, up to Part 27 this summer, as well as Pinoy Favorites 1 and 2, American Classics, Taste of Europe, Flavors of Asia Parts 1-3, Cake Decorating, Just Desserts Parts 1-4, Dessert Workshop, Nothing But Chocolate Parts 1 and 2. Tiny Kitchen also keeps open doors for special kids.

 

Management seminars

 

CFS CREATIVE Training and Management is offering the following seminars: Warehouse Management, Feb. 27; Handling Complaints and Difficult Customers, March 10; Purchasing Management, March 12; Effective Supervisory Skills, March 17.

 

For inquiries, call 4252905 and 7322785; or visit [email protected]

 

Book signing

 

AMERICAN Book Award-winning New York novelist Ninotchka Rosca will have a book-signing soiree and talk on Feb. 28, 3 p.m. onwards, at the Pandesal Forum of Kamuning Bakery Café located at No. 43 Judge Jimenez St. corner K-1st Street, Kamuning, Quezon City.

 

The public is invited. Admission is free. For inquiries, e-mail [email protected]; or call 4151692, 4112311 and 4126685.