June 2013

Thu
13
Twitter Chat: Summer Produce Gone Wild
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Summer Produce Gone Wild
Thursday, June 13th
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Online, Free

Squash, canteloupe, and corn - oh my! Summer's bounty is just ripe for the cooking and we'll dish about all of the ways to enjoy your favorites. We'll also celebrate our friends the bees, pollinators we all love and need to keep summer's bounty returning years after year. Follow #wfmdish to join the conversation from 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm CST.

Thu
27
Twitter Chat: Wines of Summer
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Online
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Twitter Chat: Wines of Summer
Thursday, June 27th
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Online, Free

Cool, crisp whites, reds to pair with your favorite steak - wine is made for summer food. Join us as we chat about pairing wines with both weather and favorite summer foods. Follow #wfmwine to join the conversation from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST.

Events At Nearby Stores

Mom Salon Book Chat
Monday, April 21st
12:00 PM
Community Room, Free

Please register at Customer Service. Walk-ins welcome space permitting.

As moms, we can all relate to the challenges of motherhood and trying to balance work and home life, caring for yourself, and having a successful relationship with a partner. Author and Editor Lynn Rosen brings us on a journey as we enjoy conversation about all aspects of being a mom and the difficulties we encounter along the way. This month’s discussion will be based on the book Perfect Madness: Motherhood in the Age of Anxiety by Judith Warner. Grab some lunch and join us in the Community Room for a friendly, honest, fun, and intimate conversation.

Please register at Customer Service. Walk-ins welcome space permitting.

Nutrition & the Environment
Monday, April 21st
6:30 PM
Community Room, Free

Please register at Customer Service.

The foods we choose to eat can have a dramatic impact on the environment. Herbalist Wendy Romig will explain how our choices at the grocery store effect the world in which we live. In celebration of Earth Day, each attendee will receive an eco-friendly gift.

Please register at Customer Service.

Earth Day Garden Groundbreaking & Butterfly Release
Tuesday, April 22nd
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
meet outside the Community Room, Free event; $5 donation to release a butterfly

Pollinators like butterflies, bats, and bees are incredibly important to the health of our environment. That’s why we’re celebrating Earth Day by breaking ground on our new pollinator garden! After planting some native plants that attract pollinators, we’ll release beautiful Painted Lady butterflies! Kids can make a birdhouse using recycled materials to take home or to hang in the garden. Afterwards, join us in the Community Room to make your own healthy organic salad.

Pollinators like butterflies, bats, and bees are incredibly important to the health of our environment. That’s why we’re celebrating Earth Day by breaking ground on our new pollinator garden!