Just in time for summer, the Czech Center Museum Houston is hosting its first-ever Czech Baking Class on Saturday, May 30th, 10am – 12noon! We’re excited to learn from CCMH member Eva Maria how to make Czech bublanina, a cake-like dessert with fruit inside.
Entry is $10 each, and participants will get to taste a version of the finished product, experience the baking demonstration, and take home the recipe! While many Czech recipes are complicated and time consuming, this dish is relatively easy to make – so whether you’ve been baking for years or are still a beginner, don’t be afraid! There will also be a special surprise treat for a lucky attendee 😀 We appreciate your RSVP by May 28th, as space is limited.
Here’s a raspberry bublanina to drool over until May 30th gets here:
If you can’t attend on May 30th, watch our website and Facebook page for upcoming Czech Baking Class dates! We also continue with Free Movie Nights every second Friday and Happy Hours on one Thursday every month. Here are a few dates to mark:
Free Movie Night: Friday, June 12, 2015, Doors at 7:30pm, Movie at 8pm
Happy Hour: Thursday, June 18, 2015, 4-8pm
Polka Dancing! with Bob and Mike from Texas Legacy Czech Band: June 27 Saturday, 4-7pm
Free Movie Night: Friday, July 10, 2015, Doors at 7:30pm, Movie at 8pm
Happy Hour: Thursday, July 16, 2015, 4-8pm
Book Review and Signing with Dr. Jim Fuxa, author of Žižka the One-Eyed:
Talk and book signing with author of the “Historical Novel of Revolution in Medieval Bohemia.” Books will be available for purchase at the CCMH Gift Shop. July 25 Saturday, 4pm
See you soon!