Serving the neighborhoods of Blue Quill, Blue Quill Estates, Sweet Grass and Skyrattler.
Nuts are a great way to add protein and healthy fats to baked goods, but are more and more often on the “banned foods” list. Sit back and be entertained as we show you how to experiment with nut alternatives. You’ll get to try all the goodies that we make in class, plus take 2 dozen assorted items home to stock your freezer!
The class will be held on November 27th from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Hall. Cost is $60/student or $50/student for BQCL Members. Space is limited. To register, please call 780-438-3366.
Click to view the nut-free baking poster for more information, or visit our website for details on this and other upcoming classes.
Get your Christmas baking done and enjoy a night out all in one! Sit back and relax while we show you how to make amazing shortbread, a scrumptious assortment of squares, and the best rum truffles you’ve ever had. The best part is you get to take it all home with you! Every student will leave with a dozen large squares, and enough dough to bake two dozen shortbread cookies and a plate of rum truffles at home, fresh when you need them.
The class will be held on December 11th from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Hall. Cost is $60/student or $50/student for BQCL Members. Space is limited. To register please call 780-438-3366.
Click to view the Christmas baking poster for more information, or visit our website for details on this and other upcoming classes.
Join us on Tuesday, October 28th from 7 - 8:30 pm for a presentation of our new English as a Second Language program. Our teacher, Stefanie Guillard, will be presenting the outline of the new course, providing a free assessment, and answering any questions about the course. Click here for more information about our 6 week course.
The Blue Grass Rattler was delivered the week of Sept. 5th to all homes in Blue Quill. This includes Blue Quill proper, Blue Quill Estates, Sweet Grass and Skyrattler. If you live in one of these areas and you didn’t receive one, then your local postal delivery person is holding back on you. Make sure to mention to him or her that the community newsletter should be delivered to your home. Click here to view Issue #2 online.
Next issue will be out in November 2014.