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Free 'A Taste of African Heritage' hosted by Forsyth Farmer’s Market
Cooking classes set for April 25, May 30, and June 27
Taste of African Heritage

Special to the Herald  


“A Taste of African Heritage” cooking classes will take place at the Forsyth Farmers’ Market, through a special partnership with Oldways. The free “A Taste of African Heritage” cooking classes are set for April 25, May 30, and June 27.

“A Taste of African Heritage” cooking classes are free and open to the public. Space is limited, and advance registration is required. At the time of registration, please list any food allergies. To register, contact Forsyth Farmers’ Market Director of Community Building Aja Embry at or call 912.509.0894. 

These immersive, hands-on cooking classes are designed to celebrate the rich heritage of African cuisine and to promote health-conscious dishes that are deeply rooted in tradition. Attendees will engage in discussions about the cultural significance of the ingredients, learn culinary techniques and take the time to eat, share, and reflect.

Classes will be held at the Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center, 425 Pennsylvania Ave., Savannah, from 5-7 p.m. each of the scheduled days.

To register for the class, click on the following links: Thursday, April 25 - Eventbrite Registration Link, Thursday, May 30 - Eventbrite Registration Link, and Thursday, June 27 - Eventbrite Registration Link.