How To Make Kimchi (Taught By Koreatown Aunties)

Saturday, June 17. Hosted by API Forward Movement and Koreatown Youth and Community Center.

As of this writing, this class is already fully registered, but I had to make note of how awesome this sounds: How to Make Kimchi, hosted by API Forward Movement and Koreatown Youth and Community Center in Los Angeles. But wait, is this gonna be some legit Korean kimchi-making? Rest assured, just so you know that this is an authentic endeavor, the advertising makes clear that this class will be "TAUGHT BY KOREATOWN AUNTIES." Yes, real ajummas will be schooling you in the art, science and history of spicy fermentation.

It's happening Saturday, June 17 at Doulos Mission Church in Koreatown. Here are some more details:

How to Make Kimchi

Saturday, June 17
4:30pm - 6:30pm

Doulos Mission Church
3119 West 6th Street
Los Angeles CA 90020

This FREE kimchi class will be taught by the cohort of Korean elders who participate in API Forward Movement's weekly class on healthy eating and active living in Koreatown at KYCC's Menlo Family Apartments.

Location: Doulos Mission Church in Koreatown - FREE PARKING!
Program in English and Korean.

-Learn how to make THREE different kinds of kimchi!
-Learn about the HISTORY & TRADITION of kimchi-making!
-Hear stories and tips from kimchi experts!

This event is FREE, and we welcome donations to support the continuation of this work!

Interested in co-sponsoring or otherwise supporting this event? Please let us know! Email Diyana@apifm.org.

Event Co-Hosts: API Forward Movement & Koreatown Youth & Community Center

Here's the official RSVP link. Right now it's waitlist-only, but maybe spots will open up? Based on the preliminary interest in this class, they're sure to do it again. For future updates, and further information on the important work of Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement, follow the organization on Facebook.

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