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Museum of Work & Culture Celebrates Blackstone Valley’s American Girl

What: The Museum of Work & Culture’s Third Annual American Girl Baking Workshop

When: Saturday, Oct. 21, 10am and 1pm

Where: The Museum of Work & Culture (42 S. Main St., Woonsocket, R.I.)

The Museum of Work & Culture will once again celebrate Blackstone Valley’s American Girl, Grace Thomas, whose passions include French, baking, and her bulldog Bonbon.

On Saturday, October 21, at 10am and 1pm, the MoWC will offer a Baking Workshop in conjunction with Wright’s Dairy Farm & Bakery. Bakers will receive a chef’s hat and pink apron and, after a demonstration by Wright’s Bakery’s pastry chef Paul Dulude, will fill and glaze éclairs, with all ingredients and baking materials provided by Wright’s. Admission is $25 per baker and $6 per accompanying adult. Admission to the MoWC is included.

Space is limited and early registration is strongly encouraged. Tickets are available for purchase at shopmowc.com.

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