Food Day: Overcoming Obstacles to Improving School Food
Friday, October 21, 2011
If you've got kids, you'll want to attend this important and thought provoking event that will address school lunches and how we can all work together to make them better.
On Monday, October 24th Fairfield Green Food Guide & Slow Food Metro North Present: Overcoming Obstacles to Improving School Food With Nationally Recognized Experts Amy Kalafa and John Turenne
Join nationally recognized experts Amy Kalafa, author of Lunch Wars: How to Start a School Food Revolution and Win the Battle for Our Children’s Health, and John Turenne, Founder & President of Sustainable Food Systems, for a high impact workshop that teaches attendees successful approaches for overcoming common obstacles to making school meals more healthful and sustainable. This workshop is designed for all stakeholders in our children’s health and wellness.
Choose from Two Sessions:
Greenwich at Audubon Greenwich
12 - 1 PM
$10 admission includes a local farm-to-fork lunch which celebrates Slow Food Metro North’s $5 Challenge
Click here to register and pay online by October 23.
Fairfield at Pequot Library
7 - 8 PM
$10 admission includes light refreshments.
Click here to register and pay on line by October 23.
Both events will be followed by a Q&A session and book sale and signing.
Tickets must be purchased online in advance. These are working lunches. Vegetarian and vegan lunch options are available. Walk-ins cannot be guaranteed a seat or lunch.
Please call event organizer Analiese Paik at 203.520.3451 with any questions.