21 Acres announces September classes

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Sammamish Valley — Fall classes in the 21 Acres Growing, Eating, Living education series were recently announced.

Topics include Bring your Food to Market; Harvest and Can; Bees in the Field: Harvesting Honey and Harvest Pizzas.

Classes are held at 21 Acres, 13701 171st Street just south of Woodinville at 14654 148th Avenue Northeast, Woodinville.


• Bring Your Food to Market

Saturday, September 11; $30. 10 a.m. to noon. Location: 21 Acres

Are you interested in becoming a food purveyor? Whether it’s a recipe handed down from Grandma or a recipe you’ve perfected with all natural ingredients taking advantage of fresh picked produce, this class will provide you with introductory tools to turn your innovative idea into a profitable, sustainable business.

• Harvest and Can

Saturday, September 11; $40. 9 a.m. - noon. Location: Sammamish Valley Grange

Get more connected with the quality of your food and preserve it yourself. The art of canning and food preservation is making a comeback, reflecting on the increased accessibility and abundance of fresh produce. Start at 21 Acres harvesting fresh produce from our farm. Then head to the Grange kitchen to learn how to preserve a bountiful harvest safely for those mid-winter meals.

• Bees in the Field: Harvesting Honey

Saturday, September 11; 1-3 p.m.; $25. Location: Sammamish Valley Grange

It’s time to harvest honey; get hands on experience and and learn extraction skills from 21 Acres beekeeper Grant Carr.

• Harvest Pizzas

Saturday, September 18; 10 a.m. to noon. $30. Location: 21 Acres

Class starts with picking fresh ingredients from the farm. Then smell, cook and taste this farm inspired twist of an old family favorite. Perfectly blended flavors all cooked outdoors in the wood-fired brick oven. Bring the whole family. One child is free with one adult registration.

To enroll for a class, download the Enrollment Application at Visit for a course schedule and details. E-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (206) 442-2061 for more information.

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