Day 20: Natural History Museum

The last time you visited the Natural History Museum, did you need a parent signed field-trip slip and were you riding a yellow school bus?  Re-live that childhood curiosity and plan a visit…  

Try an adults only First Fridays (next one is on May 6th). Once a month, the entire Natural History Museum stays open until 10 pm and features live music, exciting scientific discussion, and behind-the-scenes curatorial tours.  See a Mummy, explore the upcoming Dinosaur Hall, learn more about the history of California or take a stroll in the Rose Garden. 

My family loves the Hall of Mammals and the Gem and Mineral Hall.  For a special treat, check out the Pavillion of Wings from April 10th-Sept. 5th. More than 40 different butterfly and moth species and an array of plants take up residence every summer, this is a special exhibit and requires an additional entrance fee, but the kids love it!

Day 15: Cooking Classes

In speaking with one of my colleagues at Keller Williams Realty today, he asked if I knew where he could take a cooking class. Thus my topic for today’s blog! 

Not only does Chefs Inc. have classes for adults, they also offer summer camp for the kiddies.  You could even go completely authentic and meet Mamma Vittori on a culinary tour like the one coming up in Tuscany! 

I like the variety of culinary tastes they offer and best of all, you can sign up online for one class or a series of classes.  So if you’re like me, and your tastes run from India, to Japan, to Italy, to seafood, and so on…  By coming to Chefs Inc., you will be able to sharpen your knives and techniques and meet other like minded budding chefs along the way!