Learn to make quick, healthy, and seasonal desserts in this two-hour workshop! During the class, you will learn to make a quick cheese, three methods of cooking fruit, and how to create fruit syrups.
Join Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources in celebrating and planting trees in Georgetown for Arbor Day! Including activities with City Fruit, Duwamish Tree Canopy Project, and DIRT CORPS.
This cider intensive class will focus on the importance of developing flavor in your cider. Participants will participate in an extensive tasting exercise as a part of the class.
Join us to discuss the outcomes and lessons learned from City Fruit's 2015 Save Seattle Apples campaign. Bring photos and information to share from your own organic pest prevention methods.
Learn the basics of developing an espalier tree and how to prune apple and pear espaliers during this free workshop.
Celebrate the end of the harvest season at City Fruit's 5th Annual Cider Taste fundraiser on November 12, 2015 at Pike Place Atrium Kitchen.
City Fruit's first pruning class of the year will be held in North Seattle. This class will teach the basics of how to prune a variety of fruit trees during a tree's dormancy period.
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