Eat to Thrive cooking class this Wednesday focuses on kids, seniors, and everyone in-between
Posted on July 22nd, 2013 by Laura Fonda
Back in May, Eat to Thrive, a cooking class focused on healthy, nutritious meal preparation, was hosted at the Queen Anne Presbyterian Church. Designed to teach people how to cook nourishing, wholesome meals with fresh food, the dishes were simple, easy to make, and affordable. The classes are held on a seasonable basis, and it’s time for the summer edition!
This Wednesday, the summer Eat to Thrive class will be held from noon-2pm at the Queen Anne Presbyterian Church (414 W Howe St). Since it’s summer and kids are on break, this particular class will have a special focus on children who are on summer vacation and want to learn how to make nutritious meals. And, as with other Eat to Thrive classes, everyone is welcome to attend. This week’s class will be attended by both kids from the Ballard Boys and Girls Club Summer camp and local Seniors.
Host Paule Attar is partnering with Emerald City Lights and the Queen Anne Helpline to present these classes, and Lisa Moore, Executive Director of the Queen Anne Helpline, will give a brief introductory talk at Wednesday’s class.
The class is free, but please RSVP for this event via email so they can plan on enough food for everyone. Future classes are planned for October 2 and December 4. If you’re interested in volunteering for Wednesday’s class or future classes, please contact Patricia Vaccarino via email for more information.