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Thursday, February 27 • 9:00am - 11:30am
Canadian Cuisine: Perogies on the Prairies [*PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED*] FULL - JOIN WAITLIST

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Embracing diversity in the classroom through food around the world. Learning about connecting students to the community through their cultures, sharing our experiences, and celebrating diversity through food. Participants will learn the history of the prairies through the shared story telling of Adelle's family's culture through perogy making. Spend the session learning this family pastime which connects us to the history of Canada's West.

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Adelle Stelmaschuk

Teacher, Edmonton Public Schools
Adelle has been teaching Food Studies for 15 years with Edmonton Public Schools. Over the past several years, Adelle has been focusing on expanding her involvement in and out of the Foods classroom. As a third generation Canadian, Adelle has been learning the history of her family's... Read More →
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Katz Dawson

Katz Dawson is currently a foods teacher at Lillian Osborne High School. Having previously worked in the culinary world, Katz decided to pursue his passion for teaching and received a B.Ed in Career and Technology studies at the University of Alberta. He has a great love of learning... Read More →


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