Valentine's Day activities include treat making, cooking lesson

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Valentine’s Day activities include treat making, cooking lesson

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Huskers are celebrating Valentine’s Day by decorating treats from noon to 2 p.m. Feb. 14.

Organized by the Office for Academic Success and Intercultural Services and the Kawasaki Reading Room, the Valentine’s Day Treat Decorating is free and open to all students. It will be held in the Gaughan Multicultural Center’s OASIS Student Lounge.

The event will include cake pops and pretzels that can be decorated with chocolate and various toppings.

Other Valentine’s Day activities on campus include a Dine with Your Valentine cooking session, 5 to 6 p.m. at the Recreation and Wellness Center. The program will allow couples to create a meal that includes creamy Tuscan garlic chicken and a chocolate chip cookie dough hearts. Cost is $20 per couple.

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