Library Adds Cooking Class to Summer Schedule


imgresLibrary Adds Cooking Class to Summer Schedule

The Kent Island Branch of Queen Anne’s County Library welcomes KIHS teacher Rob Glass, who will present a monthly “Cooking for Kids: Easy No-Heat Recipes for Kids and Parents” series for ages 6-16. Parents are also welcome.

At the first class, on Tuesday, July 15 at 10:30 a.m., participants can beat the heat and learn to make a favorite summer treat. The secret to this ice cream is that it uses just two ingredients: Nutella and banana! Students will learn how to make a dessert the whole family will love, and the whole family can make together. Each will get a sample and the recipe at the end of the presentation. Children and teens can register by calling (410) 643-8161. Supplies will be provided.

The next class in the series will take place on Tuesday, August 12 at 10:30 a.m.

Glass was recently accepted to be a food ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s “Food Revolution.” Glass said, “The idea is to get out in the community and promote healthy eating habits and educate children on where their food comes from and how to create simple, easy meals that are healthy and use real ingredients to help combat obesity and food illiteracy in our community.”

The library is located at 200 Library Circle in Stevensville. For more information, contact the library at (410) 643-8161 or visit