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Community cooking fun for kids in Pine Bluff



Pine Bluff, Arkansas – On Saturday, Nov. 18, 2023, a special event is set to bring together young culinary enthusiasts at The Arts & Science Center in Pine Bluff. The event, titled ‘Kids Cookin’ for a Cause’, is an exciting opportunity for children aged 7 to 17 to engage in a meaningful community service while honing their cooking skills. Located at 701 S. Main St., Pine Bluff, the ARTx3 Campus is hosting this event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., promising a blend of learning, fun, and service.

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What makes this event unique is its dual focus. Not only will it provide young participants with a chance to practice and improve their kitchen skills, but it will also serve a noble purpose. The children will be preparing delicious pasta dinners, which will then be distributed throughout the community by the House of Bread Deliverance Church. This act of service aims to support the church’s mission of providing meals to Arkansans in need.

‘Kids Cookin’ for a Cause’ is facilitated by Kids Cook!, a Little Rock-based cooking school renowned for its mission to teach children a wide array of kitchen skills. Under the guidance of founder Faith Anaya, the event is set to be both educational and enjoyable. Anaya, who is also leading the instruction for ASC’s nutritious cooking program CrEATe Lab, is known for promoting recipes that are not only nutritious and economical but also easy and fun for kids to learn.

This event is free, and interested participants can register by visiting the website For more information, ASC Public Programs Manager Shakeelah Rahmaan is available for contact at 870-536-3375 or via email at [email protected]. This event is a wonderful chance for children to gain valuable kitchen experience while contributing positively to their community.

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