Are you trying to feed your family on a tight budget? Do you wish you knew more about good nutrition? Would you like to be more confident in the kitchen? Eating Smart, Being Active is the answer for you!
Eating Smart, Being Active is a series of four nutrition/cooking classes offered free of charge to adults raising kids on a budget (qualifying for free/reduced lunch, WIC, SNAP, Head Start). These classes can help your family eat well, save money, and be healthier. Class participants receive a packet of materials and recipes to use during classes, and those who complete the series receive a certificate of completion from U of A Extension, the Eating Smart, Being Active cookbook, and a bag full of kitchen utensils/gadgets.
Register with Jackie Silva: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 479-921-1060
Meets 4 consecutive Wednesdays: April 6, April 13, April 20, April 27
Time: 1:00-2:00 PM
In class you will:
Learn to get more for your money on groceries
Prepare & taste nutritious foods
Learn about nutrition
Learn simple, fun physical activity
Receive kitchen tools
This program is offered by The Benton County Extension Office along with the U of A Department of Agriculture in partnership with the Rogers Public Library.