The Sociology of Leisure
Venture Pub., Incorporated, Jan 1, 1991 - Cooking - 135 pages
Peggy Powers, a veteran chef in the recreation field, takes the reader through a wide variety of activity recipes for a satisfying multicourse gourmet meal aimed at effective programming. The activities are as unique and diverse as each person and includes both classic games and fresh new ideas. Activities are the food for life in recreation programming. Powers' programming formula is based on considering the individual, the environment, and the developmental needs of the participants from infancy to older adults, that results in fun. An indispensable book for the recreation professional, student, or volunteer.
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Preparations Chapter TwoSetting The Table
Soups and Salads Chapter FourMixers
Entrees Chapter FivePrimary Activities
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