Virtual and In-Person Art of the Pie Classes and Workshops
Join me at the Pie Cottage baking counter for virtual and in-person sessions.
Virtual and In-Person Art of the Pie Classes and Workshops
Join me at the baking counter and let's bake up a sweet and savory year!
⬇️ Scroll on down for more info about Art of the Pie Day Camps at Pie Cottage. ⬇️
BAKE WITH KATE
Enjoy a year of baking virtually with me right in your own kitchen. On the 2nd Sunday* of each month at 2 pm Eastern (11 am Pacific) join me for 90 to 120 minutes of homemade baking both savory and sweet. I try my best to make baking fun and easy for all and I’m looking forward to sharing some of my favorite recipes with you!
Individual Sessions: $55 per class (Price does not include Eventbrite service fee.) Tickets will go on sale approximately one month before the date of each class.
Bakers Dozen Full Course 12 Sessions: $585: $48 per class which includes the Eventbrite service fee and a Free 13th Bonus Session. You save $115! (Full course live spots sold out.)
Here's the Baker's Menu for 2023
Can’t make a session? No Worries! Each session is recorded with lifetime viewing access.
IN-PERSON ART OF THE PIE DAY CAMPS AT PIE COTTAGE
This is the original hands-on Art of the Pie Day Camp Workshop taught by me in Port Angeles, WA.
What's included in an Art of the Pie Day Camp
The lifetime skill of how to make and roll the Art of the Pie® dough by hand.
Recipes and all ingredients.
Classes limited to 4 pie campers so there will be lots of personalized instruction while making your own seasonal fruit pie and flaky pastry.
How to make a food processor crust at home.
How to choose great tasting seasonal fruit.
How to make a filling for just about ANY fruit pie.
Tips and tricks to bake up a picture perfect pie to share
How to create your own recipes.
You will finish class with your own just baked pie hot out of the oven or ready to bake at home.
A 9" Emile Henry pie dish ($50 value)
Homemade scones to start your baking day experience.
A light lunch made for you by Kate.
A delicious piece or two of a freshly baked pie.
DATES FOR 2023
It’s as easy as 1-2-3 to register for an in-person Art of the Pie Day Camp.
Click on the date you would like to come.
That will take you to the Eventbrite where you will register and pay.
Come to Pie Cottage and let’s make pie!
If you are interested in a private in-person Art of the Pie Day Camp at Pie Cottage, I do those too for up to 6 people. (Minimum is 3.) Contact me at email@example.com.
Coming to Pie Cottage for an In Person Day Camp?
Pie Cottage is in Port Angeles, WA on the north coast of the Olympic Peninsula. Nestled on the Strait of Juan de Fuca with Olympic National Park right in its "backyard", Port Angeles is approximately 2.5 hours northwest from the Seattle Area. It is also a 90-minute ferry crossing (car and/or passenger) from Victoria, British Columbia. The Pacific Ocean is an eighty minute drive and beautiful vistas are everywhere. Port Angeles itself is fairly small and driving distance between most everything is about 5-10 minutes.
HOW DO I GET TO PORT ANGELES?
Please Check Hood Canal Bridge Status before travel. (WA DOT Website)
via Washington State Ferry to Bainbridge Island
Depart the ferry merging onto HWY 305, follow to HWY 3 to the Hood Canal Bridge. Take a left onto the bridge and follow HWY 104, then merge onto HWY 101. Continue through Sequim to Port Angeles.
Approximate Travel Time: 2 hours 45 minutes.
Ferry Schedule: Seattle/Bainbridge
via Washington State Ferry to Edmonds
Depart the ferry and follow signs to the Hood Canal Bridge. Take a right onto the bridge and follow HWY 104, then merge onto HWY 101. Continue through Sequim to Port Angeles.
Approximate Travel Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Ferry Schedule: Edmonds/Kingston
From SeaTac Airport
Take Interstate 5 south to the Bremerton Exit (highway 16 North) through Bremerton; past Bremerton take highway 3 to 104 to 101 around Sequim. Port Angeles is 15 miles west of Sequim on highway 101.
Approximate Travel Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes
From Olympia and Oregon
Take US 101 northbound along the western shore of Hood Canal. From Olympia via Aberdeen/Hoquiam: take US 101 northbound. This is a longer scenic route that includes the Pacific coastline and parts of Olympic National Park.
From Bellingham and Vancouver, BC
Take the Washington State ferry from Keystone (on Whidbey Island north of Seattle) to Port Townsend. Ferry reservations can be made through the here (WA DOT).
Map from Bellingham, Vancouver BC
Map from N. Seattle communities via Mukilteo ferry
Charters and Bus
Clallam Transit System – "The Straight Shot" Rte 123 offers daily direct bus service between Port Angeles and the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal. $10 cash only/each way.
Dungeness Line – offers bus service to and from SeaTac, Seattle, Edmonds/Kingston, and Port Townsend.
Rocket Transportation – service from SeaTac airport and custom charters.
To SeaTac Airport
Travel by air to SeaTac (Seattle) Airport, rent a car and drive to the Peninsula. Driving directions. Or take one of the above bus services.
To Port Angeles
The William R. Fairchild International Airport is on the west side of Port Angeles. You can charter a flight from Rite Bros. Aviation for personalized, private flight service.
Local car rental agencies: Budget Rental Cars (360) 452-4774 and Enterprise Rent-A-Car (360) 417-3083.
To/From Victoria, British Columbia
Travel from downtown Victoria to downtown Port Angeles via the COHO ferry. COHO ferry information (360) 457-4491. Approximate Travel Time: 90 minute crossing
To/From Seattle Area
WHAT OTHER WONDERFUL THINGS ARE THERE TO DO IN AND AROUND PORT ANGELES?
Here are a few ideas for starters.
For guided tours, day trips, and backpacking on the Olympic Peninsula, check out Magic Forest Tours.
Port Angeles Farmer’s Market – Sample some local produce, dairy, or pick up a jar of honey.
Camaraderie Cellars and Harbinger Winery offer wine tasting and aboth are about 5 minutes from Pie Cottage.
You must visit Swain’s – It's where us locals shop for everything and Swain's has the best collection of Fiesta wear I've seen anywhere! A few other stores you might want to visit are Port Book and News, Brown’s Outdoor, Cabled Fiber & Yarn and 8th Street Emporium.
Take the Underground Tour of downtown Port Angeles.
Visit the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center and take a walk through Webster's Woods.
Visit a lavender farm in nearby Sequim.
Ride the Tour de Lavender.
Just an hour from Port Angeles and a great place for tasting is Finnriver Cidery.
Walk or ride the Spruce Railroad Trail or the Olympic Discovery Trail.
Drive 12 miles to Salt Creek Recreation area west of town. Great tidepools, hiking and beach walks.
Check out the Joyce General Store, the longest continually operating general store in Washington. It opened in 1911!
Visit the Dungeness Recreation Area and walk the Dungeness Spit to the lighthouse.
Fiero Marine Life Center is located on the City Pier. It's a small aquarium but a real gem.
There are whale watching excursions, too.
If you are into the great outdoors, check out the option of kayaking or going on an eBike adventure.
No trip to Port Angeles is complete without a trip to Hurricane Ridge. Travel to the peaks of Olympic National Park and take in the world class views.
Visit the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park.
Drive to Neah Bay and visit the Makah Museum.
Bring your passport, walk on the Coho Ferry, and 90 minutes later you are in Victoria, BC.