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Learn canning during jam sessions

There’s a jam session with master canners perfect for any aspiring canners and jam makers set for Sept. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at South Fort George Family Resource Centre.
EAT Canning Circle
Those interested in canning can learn during a jam session with EAT Canning Circle master canners Sept. 10.

There’s a jam session with master canners perfect for any aspiring canners and jam makers set for Sept. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. at South Fort George Family Resource Centre.

Karen and Tamara, master canners, are presenting this jamming session hosted by Everyone at the Table PG (EAT).

Participants will learn how to make and can jam and take a batch of jam and a couple of jars of jam home with them.

There's a sliding scale for payment, which is between $25 to $40, which can be paid in cash at time of the event or e-transfer to recycling@reaps.org with note: for canning workshop.

All equipment and fruit is provided.

To (p)reserve your spot, email: eatcanningcircle@gmail.com.

All donations of jars are appreciated.

REAPS is a proud fiscal sponsor of the Canning Circle, which is a food recovery and education program for the novice to learn with master canners and for the experienced to pass on their skills and share tips and tricks. Food processed and canned is recovered, imperfect, fresh foods from the PG Salvation Army Food Recovery Program.

Food waste from The Canning Circle is given to R.E.A.P.S and fed to the worms to create compost.

Everyone is welcome to meet every Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the South Fort George Family Resource Centre,1200 La Salle Ave, Prince George

To join the group contact eatcanningcircle@gmail.com as kitchen space is limited.