"Sniff... sniff, sniff." Ahhh, the smell of fresh baked bread. There's nothing like it. Have your children ever experienced it?

Probably not.

Hamburgers come from a drive-up window or the freezer at home. Vegetables and fruits just kind of appear from somewhere. And bread? That comes from the store, right?

This sad indictment for today’s children falls on the shoulders of adults. Many of today’s millennials can’t do basic chores and tasks without a Youtube video showing them how.


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Here’s a chance to spend time with your kids and teach them a valuable life skill. In the process of growth and bonding, you all get to enjoy the smell of fresh bread and then the taste that is even sweeter when the child has made it themselves.


Bread In A Bag” will teach children the fine art of making bread at the Paul Smith Children’s Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens, 616 Lions Park Drive in Cheyenne.


Wednesday, Nov. 8th, at 1 pm, Children can make their own bread and then get the instant gratification of tasting fresh baked bread. The skill set, the confidence to try new things and the memories will last for the rest of their lives.


307-637-6349 or www.botanic.org. Teach your children. If you can't make this session, you can always watch this easy Youtube video.


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