Culinary Bootcamps on hiatus for 2017, something big cooking for 2018!
January 27, 2017
Charlottetown, PE – Holland College Culinary Bootcamps will not be available this summer due to the $7.5 million revitalization project underway at the Tourism and Culinary Centre, home of The Culinary Institute of Canada and the Culinary Bootcamps.
The revitalization project includes equipment upgrades and expansion of the kitchens, dining room and cafeteria, ensuring that The Culinary Institute of Canada continues to provide students with the first-class training for which the institute is recognized worldwide, and preparing them to become leaders in the industry.
Culinary Bootcamp coordinator Karen Wortman said the revitalization project will enable Holland College to provide locals and foodies from around the world with an unparalleled culinary adventure.
“We can’t wait until the summer of 2018, when we can showcase the new facility and get back in the kitchens!” she said.
Holland College Culinary Bootcamps, which have been running for eight years, have been featured in Chatelaine magazine, the Globe and Mail, on Breakfast Television in Winnipeg and Toronto, and on several world-wide travel blogs. The Island Flavours Culinary Bootcamp has been named one of the top Canadian Signature Experiences by the Canadian Tourism Commission the past four years. To inquire about 2018 bookings, visit culinarybootcamps.com
For media inquiries, please contact:
Karen Wortman, Culinary Bootcamp Coordinator
Tel: (902) 566-9305 ext 2