Friday August 16th, 5:30-8ish
$80 per parent and kid team ( $40/person)- Simply add (1) to the cart to register yourself and one child.
You will be working in teams of 4 to tackle the mystery ingredients in the Chopped baskets AND with minimal instructions from our guest artist- recreate her painting. Each team of 4 will do two paintings and will choose their favorite to be judged for the Nailed It part of the night. That way every household gets to go home with a painting and great memories! Sign up with friends or have the whole family compete ( if you have a family of 5- simply sign up for 4 people and pay the additional $40 day of). All summer long kids have been kicking serious butt during the Chopped Camps, so this is their chance to show off what they have learned. Judging is brutal and fun- no one will be made to feel bad about their creation. Mystery ingredients will feature seasonal organic produce grown by some amazing local farmers plus some that will challenge your creativity! You will also get a sneak peek of Bath Bakery which is an expansion of BMK classes that feature bath product including bath salts that we will be making at the end of the evening.
Bring extra cash if you want to raid the new Bath Bakery soap hutch that is full of natural soaps, bath bombs and more. There will also be barn board signs for sale- those who buy them during a class get 50% off all signs/artwork.
The adventure playground in the woods will be available for those who arrive early or on your way home. This includes: rock climbing, zip line, ninja obstacle course, fort building, art center, scavenger hunts, ring toss, horse shoe, swings, hammocks, and more. Plus the goats and chickens will happily accept any and all attention. The game room will be converted into the Nailed It art room but there is plenty to do outside!
Finally, Don’t forget to sign up for the Kid Cooking Academy which meets twice a month for three house classes on Sundays and will include a showcase multi course meal for parents at the end of the school year.
Let’s end the summer with a few hours of laughter and a reminder that joy lives in the simple things like food and family.