Camano Island Culinary Arts Society meeting

The Camano Island Culinary Arts Society, for people who love to cook or want to learn, is inviting guests to the upcoming regular meetings on the second Wednesday of the month.

For a $7 tasting fee you can sample some of the foods prepared and learn about cuisines from around the world as well as finding out more about the group.

The culinary society meets from 6:15 to 8 p.m. at Camano Center, 606 Arrowhead Road, Camano Island.

The foods of choice for the next three meetings are: Oct. 10, pasta; Nov. 14, Alsatian; and Dec. 12, holiday appetizers and a party.

For more information call Larry Rydell at 360-387-2567 or go to the website www.camanocenter.org/activities.

Herald staff

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