November 2012

Wed
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A Chef’s Thanksgiving
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Whole Foods Market, Galleria
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A Chef’s Thanksgiving
Wednesday, November 14th
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Whole Foods Market, Galleria, $30

Home Wine Kitchen’s Cassy Vires joins Feast publisher and editor Cat Neville to demo her delectable take on Thanksgiving. Learn to make chef Cassy’s hay-smoked pheasant, roasted garlic and apple mashed potatoes. She’ll also demo her chocolate-fig tart with cinnamon cream and Cat will show you her classic brandy-spiked pumpkin pie. STLwinegirl Anglea Ortmann will pour wines throughout the class that take the guess work out of what to serve this Thanksgiving.

 

Preregistration is required. Please register online at http://www.acteva.com//ttghits.cfm?EVA_ID=21710, or call our Customer Service desk at 314-968-7744.

Events At Nearby Stores

Holiday Light Recycling: St. Louis Green
Monday, December 29th
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Whole Foods Market Town and Country, Free

Sunday, December 29th – January 12th

Holiday Light Recycling: St. Louis Green

Ends January 12, 2014, Free, Reservations not required

Reduce landfill waste AND continue spreading holiday cheer. In partnership with St. Louis Green, you can donate your broken or unwanted holiday lights at our store now through January 12, 2014. Last year, St. Louis Green was able to divert 117,000 lbs. of holiday lights, so their goal of this year’s drive is to divert 136,000 lbs. of holiday lights from local landfills. Let’s help them reach that goal! For more information visit: http://stlouisgreen.com/Holiday-Light-Recycling-Drive

Sunday, December 29th

second friday notes
Friday, January 9th
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Whole Foods Market Town and Country Cafe', Free

Friday, January 9

second friday notes

7 - 8:30pm, Free, Reservations not required

second friday notes is a literary series that takes place on the second Friday evening of every month in our café. The hour-and-a-half show features two or more poets and one musical performer or group. January poets are Bill Foster and Pam Garvey. Music is by Catching the Westbound (Emily Stuart and Andy Schrieber). St. Louis poet, Dwight Bitikofer is the emcee for the event, which is co-sponsored by the St. Louis Poetry Center. Dwight Bitikofer can be reached at bitikofer@timesnewspapers.com for more information.

Friday, January 9

Health Starts Here Passport Event
Saturday, January 10th
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Whole Foods Market Town and Country, Free

Saturday, January 10

Health Starts Here Passport Event

With Dr. Dan O’Leary, DC

12 - 3pm, Free, Reservations not required

Whole Foods Market celebrates healthy eating for the New Year with a Health Starts Here (HSH) Passport event that showcases good for you foods and recipes. Using the Whole Foods Market HSH passport as a guide, shoppers can try nourishing foods in each department and learn how a few simple dietary changes can affect lifelong health. Shoppers who visit all the sample stations and complete the passport can enter to win a Healthy Pantry Makeover. The winner will receive a $50 Whole Foods Market gift card, and a list of suggested healthy pantry products recommended by our HSH experts. Whole Foods Market’s Health Starts Here program provides healthy eating education with the goal of empowering customers, team members and stakeholders to make the best health-supportive, delicious food choices to maximize personal health and vitality. HSH focuses on four pillars of healthy eating: real foods that are whole, fresh, natural, organic, local, seasonal and unprocessed; plant based foods; healthy fats from plant sources such as nuts, seeds and avocados; and nutrient dense foods. Dr. Dan O'Leary will be joining us to provide a more in depth look at holistic nutrition. He is a Chiropractor in Chesterfield where he helps patients achieve healthier lifestyles through chiropractic, nutrition and weight management. He has extensive hours of postgraduate training in nutrition and is currently in the process of becoming a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner.

Saturday, January 10