Wood fires add unmatched warmth to a room, and cooking and baking with a wood-burning cook stove makes the end result taste better. Many of our Amish friends and neighbors rely on these cookstoves year after year to provide nourishment and heat for their families. Homesteaders, missionaries and those living off-grid depend on them, too. Get all your questions answered and see what it takes to cook on a wood cookstove from start to finish. In this hands-on class Eva Sibert, Lehman's own wood cookstove expert,Â will teach: - What type of wood to use when baking and also just heating the stove - How to build a fire and how to use the air controls to maintain the fire - The differences between various stoves and brands, their durability, and quality Partake in delicious sampling too! FAQs Is there an age limit to attend? Age 10+. Please note that the class content is NOT geared toward children, but we understand that some young people may have special interest in the subject, so they are more than welcome to attend, provided they purchase a ticket and meet the age limit. Parents with babies are also welcome to bring their child to class, but we ask that you be courteous to the other class participants if your children begin to get antsy. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please contact Lehman's at 1.800.438.5346 or email@example.com Is my registration/ticket transferrable? You may give your ticket to another individual if you are unable to attend. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes. Please bring your ticket with you to the event. What is the refund policy? Because these are limited class sizes, we are not able to provide refunds. Sorry! The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay? No problem! It is not necessary for the name to match the attendee.