Available Classes

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Class Descriptions

Join us in a 9-lesson series that covers meal planning and simple ways to stretch food budgets. Lesson topics also include an overview of healthy meal and snack ideas within each food group to aid in weight management and chronic disease prevention. Each class includes discussion, cooking, a physical activity break suited for any activity level, and a 'thank you' item for attending. items include recipes cooking tools, and physical activity resources. For some locations, a shorter 6-lesson series option may be available.

For those who are unable to join us for the 9-lesson series, consider joining one of our one-time lessons related to creating skillet meals, omelet dishes, or amazing tasting vegetables using simple ingredients you may already have in your pantry. Classes include discussion, cooking, a take-home recipe, and a 'thank you' item for attending.

Join us for a unique opportunity to walk through the aisles of a grocery store to learn how to make informed and healthy food choices, plan out a food budget, read food labels, and compare unit prices. 

Two different six-week series of classes are available for children in grades 1-6 which include activities related to healthy eating, physical activity, and fun recipes. If you are an organization or program that serves youth in one of our service regions, contact your local Educator to learn more.

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You can still join us online if we do not have a in-person class in your county or reservation!