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  • A Kindergarten Treats not Tricks Party!

    rice krispies treats

    It’s Halloween, and the monsters are coming out of the kitchen! Gooey, chewy, rice krispie treat monsters that is! Join us for a virtual cooking party with Chef Michel of BLVD Kitchen. She will teach your little ghouls and ghosts how to make fun spooky treats just in time for Halloween!

    Hosted by: Christine Kirk and Amy Wachsberger
    Location: Virtual via Zoom
    Date: October 25, 2020
    Time: 3:00 PM
    Registration: $25 per screen (limit 1 screen per family - however, there can be multiple participants per screen)


    For an additional cost of $25, you may choose to order a Rice Krispie Treat Kit through BLVD Kitchen that your hosts will personally deliver. Please indicate if you want to pick up the kit or have it delivered when you order. If you prefer to “shop” your pantry or purchase the ingredients on your own, an ingredient list will be provided via email. Click here to purchase Rice Krispie Treat Kit through BLVD Kitchen. Please note: orders must be placed by Wednesday, October 21.

    Zoom link and recipe will be sent upon sign up. If you have questions, please contact your hosts! 

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