Summer School Is Back In Session
No need for number 2 pencils or a lunch box for this summer school. On VPR, we ditch the classroom and head out all over Vermont to learn how to do quirky, inventive, or interesting things. Each year, Vermont Edition presents this weekly series in adult education. This year's session starts Monday, June 10.
First up, we engage in a little remedial learning: how to boil an egg. Seems simple, and yet it's often intimidating to the home cook! Our instructor, Crop Bistro's Tom Bivens, admits that there are as many ways to boil an egg as there are chefs, but he'll demonstrate his fool-proof method for getting the creamiest yolk and the smoothest peel.
Later in the summer we'll learn how to spin wool into yarn, how to make the perfect putt, how to impress your friends with a skateboard trick, and how to hand mow using a scythe. An added bonus: you'll have your accessory ready for your Grim Reaper Halloween costume!
Stay with us all season long for Vermont Edition's Summer School, airing Mondays at the end of the program.
Let us know what you'd like to learn in Summer School. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the archive for previous Summer Schools!