Chávez worked with education and program consultant, Kathryn
Adamchick, to create a workshop that focused on snow cone culture and its relationship to the community. The children viewed a slide show of various snow cones from cultures around the world. After they finished examining unfamiliar flavors and seemingly strange practices, like
sprinkling chili powder on a snow cone or topping it with kidney
beans, they had an opportunity to design their own snow cone flavors.
The workshop concluded with the children sampling some of the exotic
fruits and flavors they saw in the slide show such as fresh mango,
guava juice, and hot pepper jelly. The workshop took place at the Urban Studio Café.