Cookie decorating class repeated Dec 8

Back by popular demand: the Fond du Lac Public Library will repeat the Fancy Holiday Cookies class at 6 p.m. Thursday, December 8.

Attendees will learn the wet-on-wet technique of cookie decorating, which creates beautifully vibrant frosting designs. All supplies will be provided, but each person is required to pay a $2 supplies fee, payable at the class. The class is open to adults and teens age 13 and older. No walk-ins or younger siblings allowed.

Online-only registration is required and begins at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, December 1, at the Calendar. Registrations will be taken online only; no registrations will be taken by phone or in person.

Each participant will leave with two decorated cookies, a frosting recipe and their frosting bags. The class will be taught by professional baker Kim Nielsen, owner of One Baked Broad.



cookie decorating class

I tried to register for the cookie decorating class, right at 9:30 - like it said to do - and it was already full. How is that possible??

Time discrepancy

We're trying to determine how our online calendar registration system has a time-discrepancy problem. We're working with the software company to find the solution. We're very sorry you were unable to register for the class.

Cookie decorating class

I would like to register for this class, but I don't know where, I am sorry I am so backward on this computer thing.

Bonnie Federman

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Cookie class registration

Bonnie, if you visit the Help Desk or the Reference Desk, someone there can show you how online registration works so that next time you're not left out. Registrations for all adult programming will be online-only and will start at 9:30 am starting in 2017.

The cookie class for Dec 8 is full.

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