PEORIA, AZ - This summer at the Humble Pie in Peoria, kids get the opportunity to learn how to make pizza.
Every Tuesday in July from 2 to 3 p.m., kids will learn how to toss dough, make homemade mozzarella, and decorate their own pizza. They will get a tour of the restaurant and leave with a certificate for a free kids' meal.
The unique camp is for kids ages six to 12 and costs $10 per student. To reserve a spot, call 623-334-2700.
15703 N 83rd Avenue, Peoria, AZ
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