Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Pressure Canning Class at Library

Diane Barge is seen with Librarian Rachel Brock.
The Greenville Public Library is happy to offer a class on pressure canning on Thursday September 17th at 6:30 in our upstairs meeting room - timely knowledge for preserving this year’s garden vegetables! Diane Barga from the OSU Extension Office will have all the supplies, equipment, and the right kind of jars to demonstrate how it’s done.

She’ll explain the two types of pressure canners and details for vegetables, meats, and combined foods such a chili. Canning has made a big comeback with so many people growing their own produce. And Diane loves teaching people new skills!

Diane teaches Family and Consumer Sciences in schools and at the Darke County office in such subjects as parenting, money management, food preservation etc. Her program and class schedule can be seen at http://darke.osu.edu, on her Facebook page, and in the local press.

She also has a six-week program called “Live Healthy, Live Well” that you can sign up for where you receive good advice by email. Diane has been with the Darke County Office for 13 years and is a graduate of OSU in Family Relations & Human Development. Refreshments will be served!

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