Join Weeknight Party Girl, Ali Hedin and award winning family photographer Kim Hildebrand for an amazing “Mommy and Me” morning in a converted fire station. You and your child will learn to cook simple recipes for spring weeknight dinners together! You’ll be welcomed at the door with a simple cocktail & mocktail and while dinner cooks, get a gorgeous picture taken with your children – because us moms are never in the picture!

Limited number of seats available!

 

MENU

* Ham & Cheese Puffs

* Spring Chop Chop Salad

* Garden Flower Punch

 

ABOUT ALI

Ali Hedin is a party girl, cooking and crafting out of a renovated fire station with her husband and three children in Seattle, Washington. Her simple approach to making everyday a reason to celebrate has made her an admired contributor to magazines, television, and a published author. Ali is currently the Founder & CEO of Weeknight Society, a mobile grocery shopping, cooking, and menu planning application.

In 2008 Ali created the award winning blog, Weeknight Party Girl. The blog was featured in Good Housekeeping, Better Homes & Gardens, Sweet Paul Magazine, HGTV.com, and MarthaStewart.com, to name a few, before going on hiatus in 2014.

Ali loves sharing her expertise in front of the camera and has been lucky to work with local affiliates of FOX, NBC, and ABC in Seattle. She continues to share simple entertaining ideas and recipes each month on Q13 FOX Morning News. Learn more at www.alexandrahedin.com

Mothers Day Event : cooking class and mommy and me photo Seattle

ABOUT KIM

Kim is a wife and mom of two sweet kids (and Ida, our Belgian Malinois pooch) who are growing up so fast she has to remind herself to breathe and enjoy the ride. Kim’s often accused of being silly and completely misquoting song lyrics. She grew up in a small town but loves traveling and has been to all 50 states. Kim is adventurous, and a major part of her family bonding time is exploring together.

2018 was a busy year for Kim! Besides photographing amazing newborns and families for professional and editorial work, she taught at the Click Away photography conference, launched her first online course, and Co-Founded Film Camp, a film and family-based photography retreat held in Palm Springs. Most recently, Kim decided it was time to start giving back. She is now a volunteer photographer for Soulumination, a wonderful organization who provides life-affirming photographs of a child’s life, and provide a loving legacy for the parents of children lost to terminal illness.