Our Annual Fundraising dinner will take place in February this year at the school. Stay tuned for more updates, and we’ll give you the date and details when we have them set!
Beginner Course Learn to introduce yourself and handle common daily situations in French! The goal is to make you comfortable with every-day interactions as soon s possible, with a focus on conversation. Basic pronunciation followed by idioms and easy verb conjugations. Offered eight week class on Thursdays from 4pm to 5:30pm, starting October 18th. Advanced […]
Today’s activities focused on Poland. Ewa Swinton led the way as campers enjoyed learning Polish greetings, creating their own Polish flags, and paintings eggs. Outdoor games were a hit on this beautiful, sunny day. A traditional lunch was followed by a tasty dessert made of egg whites and sugar coupled with cacao for those who […]
It was a rainy day for our “visit” to South Korea with instructor, Hyeweon Wang, but that didn’t stop us from learning some traditional Korean drumming. Using kale from the school’s own garden, we then made Bi-Bim-Bop, a meal that also included eggs, carrots, shitake mushrooms, and more on a bed of rice. Then it […]
Our “visit” to El Salvador is under the excellent leadership of Margaret Saca and her husband, Andres Pineda. Campers learned about El Salvador, played the El Salvadorean version of musical chairs, and enjoyed el lote loco, a snack in which corn on the cob is covered in ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard then rolled in cheese! […]
It was a beautiful day to “visit” Italy with instructor, Leslie Fillnow. Under Leslie’s guidance, camper created art in the style of Uccello, Canaletto, Michelangelo and DaVinci. They then spoke about their paintings. For lunch, indivdual pizzas were in order with several toppings from which to choose. Campers continued their art work with sidewalk chalk, […]
It was a fabulous first day at Culture Camp as we “visited” Japan under the direction of Sachiko Clough. Twenty children ages 7-13 learned Japanese colors, numbers and greetings. They enjoyed a taste of sushi and, for dessert, vanilla ice cream with strawberries, whipped cream and azuki beans, a traditional Japanese sweet. Campers learned about […]
The school recently hosted a Latin American dinner with Chef Sigler, formerly of Comida Latin Kitchen. All proceeds went to the Rotary Wheelchair Project. This project is intended to provide the gift of mobility to those in need. In recent past years, wheelchairs were delivered to Panama, Belize, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic. In […]
This sushi-making group was so much fun! They did an amazing job at making all forms of sushi and thoroughly enjoyed the meal that followed. Thanks so much to instructor, Leslie Fillnow. With her assistance, participants learned how to prepare sushi rice, make unami rich, cut sushi-grade fish, and make maki sushi rolls, nigari shushi, […]
A three-week series of Italian Cooking and Conversation focusing on holiday cooking ends with a final class during which pork and beans were prepared. Check back at penobscot.us for more Cooking and Conversation class to begin in late January/early February!