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What is the Frugal Event Calendar?

The Frugal Event Calendar is a calendar of frugal events in the Indiana area, including nationwide events, consisting of workshops, classes, festivals, consignments sales, and more.

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Turkey Tutorial Thanksgiving Technique Class (Nationwide)

November 4, 2012


Begin the new year with Williams-Sonoma Technique Classes and be inspired! Learn fresh menu ideas, healthy recipes for family dinners, and both classic and new cooking techniques. Our complimentary Technique Classes are each dedicated to a specific culinary topic, such as cookware, tools or the best way to work with seasonal produce.

  • Hour-long technique classes are free and include tastings of prepared dishes.
  • Participants enjoy 10% savings on select same-day store purchases.
  • Available at all stores; class times vary by store location.
  • Class size is limited – call your local store to register.

Williams-Sonoma Presents Thanksgiving

Whether you are hosting your first Thanksgiving or your twentieth, our Thanksgiving Technique Classes will provide inspiration, delicious recipes and expert guidance to make your holiday memorable and stress-free.

To brine or not to brine – that is the question. If turkey seems tricky, this is the class for you. Join us for a comprehensive turkey tutorial and discover the keys to roasting a juicy, flavorful bird that will leave your guests begging for the leftovers.


November 4, 2012
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William-Sonoma (Nationwide)


William-Sonoma (Nationwide)

Add a Frugal Event

Know of a great frugal event going on in the Indiana area? You can now add your frugal events to the the Frugal Event Calendar easily.

Need help? Read How to Add Events.

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