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Father's Day Gift Making Class

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by Taneesha Davis (subscribe)
Taneesha Davis is a writer and editor living on the Mornington Peninsula. Visit for more.
Make dad's special day delicious
The Hungry & Busy Peacock has joined forces with Mornington Peninsula favourite Marlene Hoff (100 Mile Foodie) to create a Father's Day activity your little one (and all dads) won't forget.

Marlene Hoff is the Peninsula's local foodie, creating amazing menus and events surrounded by her cooking passion. She is bringing that expertise and passion to The Hungry & Busy Peacock in Tyabb this Father's Day, teaching children how to make a range of chocolate indulgence gifts to take home as a gift for dad (or someone just as special).

Marlene will be teaching children how to make chocolate letters, chocolate pizza, chocolate truffles and more. Then children will be given the opportunity to decorate their creation to their own liking.

There are two classes available; one for under 5's and another for over 5's. Under 5's must have a parent or guardian present to help them during the class.

This is all held at the fantastic Peacock Estate venue, with the The Hungry Peacock cafe open for parents feeling peckish or needing a good coffee.

If you are planning to take the creation home please bring along a basket to carry it.

You can find out more about Marlene Hoff at the 100 Mile Foodie here, and more about The Hungry & Busy Peacock here.
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Why? For a great Father's Day activity.
When: 11am and 4pm, Friday the 31st of August, 2018
Where: The Peacock Estate, 16 Mornington Tyabb Road, Tyabb, Victoria 3913
Cost: $48.56
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