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Educate, inform and support members of our regional community to create a healthy, local and sustainable food culture.

Our food system niche: CCK partners with organizations in our community to provide classes for the general public, including youth programs, on nutritious cooking, using fresh, local ingredients. We provide classroom and real-world education to consumers and food-business entrepreneurs to encourage use of locally grown and healthy ingredients.

We envision communities where enthusiasm for local food helps people, the environment and the economy thrive.

Check out our latest blog post and class schedule.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for the 2018 Kid’s Cooking After School Program:
Warm up to Winter Cooking! Experience six fun filled session learning to cook or expanding on knowledge from our popular summer camp.

Kids will learn basic kitchen skills as well as kitchen safety while preparing healthy foods. The theme for this year’s program for grades 1-3 is “Warm Winter Foods” where participants will make healthy versions of classic winter dishes. Grades 4-6 will focus on “Soups and Such”, making a variety of soups, stews and breads. The class sessions are a hands-on learning experience working in small groups to prepare new recipes.

Volunteer! We need your help to grow our local food community. We’re currently looking for volunteer teacher aids to help with our After School Kids Cooking Program January 30th – March 8th. Sign up here!

ServSafe Food Manager Certification Class: February 5th, 9 – 5 pm at 128 Park St. This is an eight hour self-­study review class that helps you fulfill the Michigan Food Law requirement to have a manager certified in food safety in each food service establishment. Register now.

Board meetings on second Mondays, 6-8 pm, 128 Park St.  Volunteers welcome to attend.


  • A well-informed food community
  • Fresh, whole and natural food
  • Locally produced food
  • A homegrown business community
  • Building relationships that promote collaboration

CCK is a public benefit 501(c)(3) organization, your contribution is tax deductible. Donate via Paypal by clicking this button or mail checks made to Chelsea Community Kitchen to the address below.



Mailing address:
Chelsea Community Kitchen
P. O. Box 534
Chelsea, MI 48118

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