Three cooking classes — vegetarian Indian, Turkish and Japanese — will be offered at International House Davis this spring.
“We have found that people in Davis like to take foreign cooking classes so we are presenting a line-up this spring,” said Elisabeth Sherwin, executive director.
The vegetarian Indian class will be offered on Thursday, Feb. 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. The Turkish cooking class will be offered on March 21 also from 5 to 8 p.m. and the Japanese class will be on April 4 at the same time.
“Our kitchen can only hold 10 people so we are limiting the enrollment to that,” Sherwin added. “Sign up now to make sure you have a space.”
The classes are taught by volunteers. The fee is $10 for I-House members, $15 for nonmembers. To reserve your space, phone (530) 753-5007.
“We may also offer a vegan cooking class this spring,” she added. “Let us know if you are interested.”
International House Davis has been part of the Davis scene for 32 years. It is a nonprofit committed to welcoming international students and scholars and offering Yolo County residents a place to take language and yoga classes, enjoy current event panels, see international movies, and view art exhibits.
“We also are looking for a volunteer to teach a hip-hop or salsa dance class,” said Sherwin.
And on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. former UC Davis lecturer John Boe will be the storyteller for the next in the continuing series of Children’s International Storytelling Programs sponsored by Target.