Thursday, October 9, 2014

Fiber Fest Workshops-  To register, click this link:
http://www.regonline.com/2013FiberFest


Cooking with Lamb.  Great new classes!


Basque Sheepherders — the End of an Era.  Moving presentation following the Basques for 13 months by Kent and Cathy McAdoo.

 



FIBER FEST AND COOKING WITH LAMB BEGIN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9

CHECK BACK OFTEN FOR 2014 CLASS INFORMATION

For full class descriptions, check the Fiber Fest pages.

Registration begins July 8, 2014. All registration is online: 
Contact: Mary McCann, 206-706-8118


Crocheting with Color
Sun Valley Needle Arts, 351 Leadville Avenue North in Ketchum, Upstairs at the Galleria, 5:30-8:00 p.m.
Learn to crochet making these adorable little coaster that work with any special hot or cold drink.  You will learn the basics of crochet, changing color, and how to read a chart.  More...
Cooking with Lamb
The Valley's best chefs, restaurants and caterers come together to offer a culinary adventure during the Festival.  Enjoy classes, American lamb delicacies and wine nearly everywhere.  Meet ranchers and their families who proudly raise sheep in the west.


Chef Scott Mason and the authentic Italian Lamb Pizza 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Enoteca Restaurant, Ketchum
Award-winning chef/owner, Scott Maston, will teach you how to make an authentic Italian lamb pizza in this hands-on class. Lunch included, space limited. $50.  Registration begins August 1 through the College of Southern Idaho, 208-788-2033


Chris Kastner and Classic Techniques for Cooking with Lamb 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
CK's Real Food, Hailey
Voted the Valley's Best Chef, restaurant owner/chef, Chris Kastner, will teach contemporary classic techniques for cooking with lamb.  Tasting included, space limited. $50.  Registration begins August 1 through the College of Southern Idaho, 208-788-2033.
Basque Sheepherders The End of an Era
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Community Library, 415 Spruce Ave., Ketchum
Join Kent and Cathy McAdoo as they share their first-hand experience of living for 13 months in northern Nevada with Basque herders in the early 1970s.  Through a photograph-illustrated presentation, they describe each season in sheep camp, from lambing to summer range, the fall trail, winter range on the desert, and trailing back to the lambing area in spring.  They will share colorful sheep camp stories as they celebrate life among the Basques and remind us of how this culture has left an indelible imprint on the West!
  Because of this experience, they hope to live in a sheep camp when they retire from academic life.  You'll be inspired by their story.
      
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