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Food & Drink published April 7, 2022

The food and drink classes calendar is published weekly on Thursdays. Email submissions to news@wctrib.com by noon Monday.

Serving platter of fruit, crackers, sausage and dip.

Willmar Community Center

WILLMAR — Advance registration is required for all the classes, call 320-262-5288 .

Cooking with Riley — Japanese Ramen: April 30, 2 p.m., $25, advance registration required. Make this dish native to the Japanese culture.

Willmar Community Education

WILLMAR — Advance registration is required for all the classes, register online at www.cewillmarmn.com or in person at Jefferson Learning Center.

Cookie art: Final session is 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, at The Hive, 1025 19th Ave. S.W., Suite 1, $27, Willmar. Cost is $27 with instructor Stacy Holwerda. Hands-on class where you will create your own edible Easter masterpieces. All items provided and you will leave with six cookies. Bring a flat container, preferably 6 by 9 inches or larger as your frosting may still be wet.

Essential oil make-and-take: May 5, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Willmar Middle School. Cost is $7 with instructor Kayla Brandt. Class will discuss the 10 most popular oils and Brandt will share her personal tips and tricks. Class will make and take some roller balls to bring home. First roller ball is included in the course fee, additional rollers are $5 each (no limit) and can be paid to the instructor during the class.

Donna Middleton started working at the West Central Tribune in 1975 and has been the news assistant since 1992. She compiles the arts, health, farm and community page calendars, as well as rewrites and works on the special sections.
She can be contacted at dmiddleton@wctrib.com or phone 320-214-4341.
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