THE DANVILLE LIBRARY AND SUSTAINABLE DANVILLE AREA PRESENT A THREE-PART SPEAKER SERIES TO NOURISH YOUR SPIRIT, FEED YOUR MIND AND BODY, AND HELP OUR ENVIRONMENT.
Join us for three evenings to explore how you are what you eat with this special speaker series featuring local ‘foodies’ that share how to balance ‘eating to live’ with ‘loving to eat’.
Our first evening features:
GET YOUR FAMILY BACK TO THE TABLE – WITH REAL FOOD
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 6:30pm – 8:00pm Veterans Memorial Building 400 Hartz Avenue
With late work hours and sports schedules, how many times a week do you share a family meal? And when you finally come together is the table fare the nearest take-out? Learn how to encourage your family ‘Back to the Table’ with simple, whole foods that you can prepare together. Our guest speakers will share simple ideas, recipes and resources for inspiring your children (and the whole family) to come together to eat real food.
Lisa Evaristo, Co-owner of Back to the Table Cooking & Baking School, has a passion for food, family and children. As a parent of three children, Lisa she has continued her parents’ tradition of shared family meals, cooking together from scratch and eating local food. At Back to the Table Cooking & Baking School in Lafayette, she teaches families that spending time cooking together, then sitting down and sharing a great meal is where the magic happens.
Heather Clapp, Co-owner of Jules Organic Thin Crust Pizza, understands there’s time when you need to eat outside the home – and quickly. However, that doesn’t mean you have to forgo food quality or your well-being. Heather, dedicated to educating her three active boys on where real food comes from, will provide inspiration to create organic vegetarian meals that will sustain and nourish your entire family.
More information, visit www.sustainabledanville.com