All classes are free and open to the public. Save yourself a spot in class by calling us at 765.471.0062, or registering for classes here. All class participants assume responsibility for themselves and their dependents during these classes. If you arrive after the class has begun, we will no longer be able to save a seat for you so make sure to arrive 5-10 minutes early!

 

 

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March 2019

Celebrate National Nutrition Month!

March 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

March is National Nutrition Month! Join us as we highlight new and creative ways to make informed choices about the foods you eat, as well as develop healthy strategies for physical health in various aspects of your life! It’s a great time of year to explore how to live your best life, get an energy boost into the spring season and embrace health in all its forms!

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Going Green!

March 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Christine and Leo are back with a NEW class using springtime pantry findings to get your weekly meal plans showing a bit more green once they make their way to your plate! We’ll channel some St. Patrick’s Day vibes by topping our dishes with all things green: cilantro, avocado, lettuce and more! Don’t miss this one!

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Foods to Improve Skin Health, presented by Purdue Psychiatric Nursing students

March 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Your body’s largest organ is its skin – ever think about that?! You won’t want to miss this class – our first-ever to highlight skin health! We’ll discuss the function of your skin, ways to care for your skin at every age and dive deep into what foods you can eat and make use of for maintaining healthy skin throughout your life. You won’t look at your food – or your skin! – the same after this interactive and engaging…

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Monthly Yoga and Meditation Series, presented by Debra and Unfold Yoga

March 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

This monthly series will focus on different techniques to help those new to yoga and meditation or those looking for a refresher for their practice. Each session is intended to stand alone; participation in previous sessions not required. Most sessions will include some gentle movement, so participants should wear comfortable clothing.

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Understanding Credit, presented by HomesteadCS

March 29 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Get a better handle on your understanding of credit - what it is and how it affects your life. Learn how credit scores are calculated, the impact of paying bills on time and how long it will take for credit to recover after a negative occurrence.

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April 2019

Balancing Your Diet As You Age, presented by Purdue Psychiatric Nursing

April 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Choosing healthy foods is the smart thing to do – no matter what age you may be! Join us for another NEW class from Purdue nursing students as we journey through a lifetime of dietary suggestions to keep your meals interesting and your body strong and resilient!

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Fix It Fast: Eat at Home, presented by Purdue Extension Tippecanoe County

April 2 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Come hang out in the kitchen with us! In this class, we’ll discuss the importance of planning ahead for healthy meals at home, how to prepare & use what is already in the pantry and make meals at home something to get excited about. Samples included!

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Kids in the Kitchen, presented by TAF’s After School Arts Program and Small Wonder Food

April 2 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Our first go-round with this series was so well-received, we decided to mix it up and bring it back for the spring semester! Kids grades 5 through 8: Try your hand at the culinary arts with Kids in the Kitchen! This series includes an all-new set of eight basic cooking skills classes inspired by Samin Nosrat’s book Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat and will spice up your knowledge of good nutrition. Small Wonder Food's Kirsten Serrano leads the series. This is…

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Tenant Rights and Responsibilities, presented by HomesteadCS

April 5 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Learn what renting is and how to obtain a rental unit safely. What is a lease and why is it important? Get tips on how to find an apartment, what to look for, the danger signals you should be aware of and how to be a good neighbor. These topics and more will be covered in this informative session!

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The Skinny on Protein, presented by Franciscan Health

April 9 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Protein is America’s current favorite macronutrient. You can find it in added in breads, pancake mix and even waters, and it seems you hear the push to eat more protein daily. So what are the pros with protein and why is it important our health? Come join Amanda Crosby, RD, CDE to bust myths, learn how much protein we truly need and taste some great sources of protein to help us meet our health goals.

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All classes are free and open to the public. Save yourself a spot in class by calling us at 765.471.0062, or registering for classes here. All class participants assume responsibility for themselves and their dependents during these classes. If you arrive after the class has begun, we will no longer be able to save a seat for you so make sure to arrive 5-10 minutes early!

 

 

 

All classes are free and open to the public. Save yourself a spot in class by calling us at 765.471.0062, or registering for classes here. All class participants assume responsibility for themselves and their dependents during these classes. If you arrive after the class has begun, we will no longer be able to save a seat for you so make sure to arrive 5-10 minutes early!

 

All classes are free and open to the public. Save yourself a spot in class by calling us at 765.471.0062, or registering for classes here. All class participants assume responsibility for themselves and their dependents during these classes. If you arrive after the class has begun, we will no longer be able to save a seat for you so make sure to arrive 5-10 minutes early!