Cinnamon for the Holidays

Workshop in Memory of Co-Worker and Mentor
Dr. Brenda Williams

Join me on November 30, from 5:30 pm to 8:30pm, or December 1, from 9:00 am, to noon for Cinnamon for the Holidays Workshop. During the groundbreaking for the new Ag Auditorium, Dr. Brenda Williams, (former Alachua County FCS Agent) and I discussed the first workshop we wanted to conduct in the new kitchen. Sadly a few months later Brenda was called home. Brenda was a friend and mentor to me. An outstanding Family and Consumer Science Agent who touched the lives of many FCS Agents and individuals she taught. This workshop is in her memory and will feature Brenda’s famous cinnamon rolls as planned along with other holiday baking tips, gifts, and decorative ideas!

Holiday Cinnamon Roll
Workshop Information

Cinnamon for the Holidays workshop will focus on how to use cinnamon in a variety of ways while saving and making money at the same time. There will be a hands-on demonstration regarding breadmaking and a lecture on learning how to reduce sugar in your holiday recipes. At the workshop, you will receive a booklet full of breadmaking tips (learning how to use one recipe for several items), reducing sugar, cottage foods information, freezing, food safety, and holiday tips.

Cinnamon apple cider
Cinnamon, oranges, and pine cones.

Pre-registration is required. The registration fee is $15.00, please pre-register by November 18th. This class is limited to 20 participants. To pre-register go to…/cinnamon-for-the-holidays… There will be no refunds for the registration fee.

COVID-19 Precautions: Masks and social distancing are highly recommended.

Cinnamon: Stick and ground
For More Information

Contact Martha Maddox, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent, UF/IFAS Extension Alachua County, Email: or at 352-955-2402.


Posted: November 5, 2021

Category: 4-H & Youth, Events, Food Safety, Health & Nutrition, Money Matters, UF/IFAS, UF/IFAS Extension
Tags: Christine Vivian, Food Safety, Health And Wellness, Holidays, News, UF/IFAS Extension

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