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West Michigan Diva Launches Girls' Night Out Event Focused on the Retro Art of Canning

Grand Rapids, Michigan (PRWEB) July 23, 2013

The Canning Diva is joining forces with San Chez – A Tapas Bistro to share her love of food art in the form of canning with Girls Night Out with the Canning Diva on Wednesday, August 7 at 6:30 p.m. Diane Devereaux, the Canning Diva, will teach attendees how the retro craft of canning fits into a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

"Girls' Night Out is a great opportunity for ladies to take a break from their busy lives to relax and socialize. For me, this is the perfect chance to teach others what I love and live, food as art," said Diane Devereaux, the Canning Diva.

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Girls' Night Out with the Canning Diva, held at San Chez – A Tapas Bistro, is located at 38 Fulton St W, Grand Rapids, MI. Limited seating is available; tickets are $35 a person and include light appetizers and a glass of sangria.

The Canning Diva will demonstrate the art of canning with one of her spicy signature recipes. Cutting boards, knives and aprons will be provided for those who want to participate while others are welcome to sit back and enjoy her demonstration.

"It is my life goal to share the art of canning and educate people on the many benefits offered from home canning and preserving," said Devereaux.

About the Canning Diva
The Canning Diva, with her larger than life personality, flair, and force, does not only share her skills through teaching a range of home canning classes, but spreads joy through her artistic ability of processing, storing, and cooking food. From the garden to the jar, she demonstrates safe techniques such as proper utensil use, the fundamentals of pressure canning and water bathing as well as teaches you how to make delicious, healthy meals using home canned foods.

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