Lenten Bread Retreat: The Polish Tradition, Babka and Butter Lambs
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
10:00 a.m. to 4: 00 p.m.
Barbara Skomorowski and Beth Malley
Join us and learn how to make Babka, the traditional Polish Easter Bread. We will also be making Butter Lambs, another tradition that relies heavily on the symbolism of the Easter season. Maximum 12 people.
Offering: $75 (Includes lunch)
Registration is closed as this program has reached capacity. Please contact Ted Jastrzebski by email or phone, 860-760-9705, to be placed on our waiting list.
PBarbara Skomorowski is a marketing professional who owns her own communications firm and is self-taught in the areas of gardening, canning and bread baking. Her personal goal is to preserve each year's harvest to be enjoyed throughout the upcoming year. Barbara's food craft includes, jam making, pickling, lactofermentation, creating flavored vodkas and liqueurs, and preserving local produce in a variety of ways to be used in homemade meals throughout the year.
Beth Malley, CZT
After completing over 20 years in financial services marketing, Beth retired and has found her creative side in a combination of knitting, crocheting and the art of Zentangle. She has been a docent at the Wadsworth Atheneum for over 20 years. She has taught Zentangle at Copper Beech Institute, West Hartford, CT and Grace Academy, Hartford, CT. She has led the Holy Family Knitting Day several times, including this coming year, March of 2018.