All Saints hosting fun classes that support the community

Published 6:12 am Sunday, December 29, 2019

Beginning January 27, All Saints Episcopal Church in Southern Shores is hosting its eleventh year of evening classes on a wide variety of topics open to the entire community. All net proceeds from the courses will be given back to the community to support local service organizations on the Outer Banks.

In 2019, $20,788 was distributed and over After Dark’s first ten years, $137,000 has been given to the community from this program.

The program, After Dark @ All Saints, runs for  five weeks in January and February, beginning January 27, and will be held in the church’s facilities at 40 Pintail Trail, behind the Southern Shores Fire Department, across the street from Kitty Hawk Elementary School. Registration begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, January 4.

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A total of 75 classes will be offered. Courses start at 6:30 p.m., last from 1.5 to 2 hours and most classes are offered for just one night. This year’s offerings include 24 cooking and tasting classes, 15 health and wellbeing classes and classes on music, nature, technology, creative expression, artistic crafting and 16 general interest classes.

Cooking instructors include local foodies, chefs and sommeliers from  Salt Box Café, Coastal Provisions, Coastal Cravings, Red Sky, Blue Point, Trio, Blue Moon, Blue Water Grill, NC Coast, Pigman’s, Steamers, Bad Bean and  Kill Devil Grill. Other Outer Banks favorites include Dr. Christina Bowen, Dr. Jessica Stumph, Eve Turek and local fishing, gardening, wellness, fitness and art experts, with over 80 passionate instructors to choose from.

Course fees are $23 per person, $12 for 18 and under. Some courses have additional fees for supplies/food. To see the complete listing of courses and print an application, check the church’s website –,  or call the church office at 252-261-6674. After Dark brochures describing courses will be available at the church office before Christmas.

In 2019, $20,788 was distributed and over After Dark’s first ten years, $137,000 has been given to the community from this program.



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