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Join us for a fanastic culinary adventure with Lee Taylor Roper, Denver-based celebrity cook and award-winning cookbook author. More information about this virtual event, hosted via Zoom, will be released soon.

About the featured speaker: Lee’s recipes and entertaining ideas have been featured in numerous regional and national publications, including Woman’s World and 5280. In addition to writing cookbooks, she is the author of A Well-Seasoned Kitchen website that provides recipes, cooking tips, entertaining, and travel information. Lee is passionate about making cooking and entertaining uncomplicated and accessible, to inspire more time around the family table. We can’t wait to see what she’s going to cook up for us!

RSVP via Evite (to come). For security reasons, Zoom meeting info will be published only via Evite.

Questions? Contact VP Programming Joanna Kadis.

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