OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE
(CARMEL, IN May 30, 2017) – After humble beginnings, starting her business out of her own home, Sprouts Cooking School founder Stephanie Drewry is proud to announce Indiana’s only cooking school for children will be opening the doors to a brand-new retail location at 13190 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Unit 100 in Carmel.
The new location will be a substantial upgrade from their previous location, featuring full child-sized cooking stations and equipment where kids can take part in themed summer cooking camps as well as participate in single-session classes that teach culinary skills and basics.
“We are thrilled to be able to welcome the community to our new cooking school,” Drewry said. “We have put in a lot of hard work from the school’s small beginnings in 2015, but being able to have a place to call our own is an achievement we are excited to celebrate with Carmel, Indianapolis, and all its Sprouting Chefs.”
Drewry and Sprouts Cooking School are celebrating the move by hosting an open house the new location on June 5th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Adults and their children are encouraged to attend the event to see the new building, the pint-sized cooking equipment, and sample different food and recipes that will be taught in classes. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about the different classes and camps offered by Sprouts Cooking School.
The event will also feature a homemade Play-Doh knife station where children can learn and practice knife skills.
You can learn more about Sprouts Cooking School at https://sproutscookingschool.com/.
About Sprouts Cooking School: Sprouts Cooking School’s mission is to get kids in the kitchen and teach them the love of cooking at an early age. Children ages 3 through 13 will learn basic culinary skills all while using kitchen tools just their size. Classes combine hands-on experiences with guided instruction where Sprouting Chefs will measure and combine ingredients, work together in a group setting, develop their palates with new and exciting flavors, and get their imaginations working.