French Cooking & Conversation for Kids

Crepes filled with chocolate and bananas!  Who wouldn’t like that!?  Seven children from several school districts joined us as we prepared this delicious treat while using our French.  They made the batter, stirred the melting chocolate, whipped the cream, set the table, and enjoyed their creations.  Clovis and Angelique, both from France, worked with all […]

Italian Cooking & Conversation Continues

Italian Cooking & Conversation continues with Vincent Carducci and Leslie Fillnow at the helm.  Students have learned and practiced basic Italian while making savory items such as la pocaccia nella padella (stuffed focaccia), melanzane alla parmigiana (eggplant parmasean), pizza rustica alla napoletana, bruschetta al pesto di basilisco, inslata cesare (Ceasar salad), sorbetto al limone (lemon […]

Ikebana: Japanese Flower Arranging, Session II

Ikebana classes continue on Saturdays with only one more remaining on March 26th.  This week students worked with irises, mums, baby’s breath and pussy willows.  Participants bent branches, put flowers in the frog and cut as needed, all while attending to form, balance and dimension.  Instructor, Sachiko Clough, provided both group and individual instruction.  The […]

Conversational French Classes in Damariscotta Are Starting Soon!

Conversational French classes for three different levels are about to start in Damariscotta!  Contact us to register for one or more of these six-week classes: 1) Decouvrez le Francais (Beginners), Thursdays, 2-3:30 p.m.  Students will gain a foundation of useful travel-ready expressions, pronunciation tips, grammar and cultural information useful for traveling in French-speaking countries 2) […]

Japanese Flower Arranging with Sachiko Clough

Students gathered for Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arranging to create some lovely arrangements.  Armed with scissors and pruning sheers, the group considered lines, dimension, order and precision.  Fresh flowers from the Boston Flower Market and the guidance of experienced Ikebana instructor and natives Japanese speaker, Sachiko Clough proved perfect.  Participants brought home pieces […]

French Cooking for Kids

French Cooking for Kids is a wonderful way to have your child engage in language learning while having fun.  Whether your child just likes to cook or is studying French, (s)he will enjoy baking in our new, state-of-the-art kitchen.  Join native and experienced teachers who enjoy working with children.  Create sweet and savory treats such […]