2600 Larsen Rd
Green Bay, WI 54303
Jackie Johnson & Kristin Urban, Northeast Wisconsin Unit of the Herb Society of America
Books and Breads: Food plays an important part in many novels, and no food appears more important than the humble grain. From Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck to the tarts and bannock in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights, breads and bakery have played an important part in a surprising number of literary works. Join us for an evening exploring the ease with which you can put an herbed bread on the table … and get some tasty (and yeasty) samples from a surprising number of literary classics.
In addition, you’ll go home with a loaf of bread to finish in your own oven. Cost includes the pan for your take-home dough.
Don’t delay! Register right away as classes may fill quickly. We also value our instructors’ time, so classes may risk being cancelled due to low early enrollment. Thank you!Register
After You Register
We will contact you the week of the program to confirm your enrollment. Please dress according to the weather for all outdoor programs. No rain or snow dates are planned. Classes open one half-hour before starting time.
Cancellations & Refunds
Classes cancelled due to low enrollment or hazardous weather conditions are refunded automatically. You will be notified by phone if a program is cancelled. In cases of inclement weather, call 920.491.3691 ext. 122 to check the status of the program. If you must cancel your registration for a program, your registration fees will be refunded if notice is received at least five days prior to the program. Green Bay Botanical Garden cannot refund fees requested on or after the start date of a program or for sessions missed due to student illness or other personal situations.