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July/August - Free Cooking and Health/Nutrition Classes offered by OSU Extension

OSU Extension Service SNAP-ED is partnering with FOOD For Lane County to offer “Cooking Matters” classes in July and an Eating Smart Being Active program in August, see attached flyers and summary information below.

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Cooking Matters: Hack Your Snack!   See Flyer Here

Description: How do you and your family choose which snacks to eat? In Hack Your Snack, community health educators will provide ideas on how to make healthy, homemade snacks with ingredients you have on hand. We’ll share tips for identifying healthier choices at the store and saving time when buying and preparing healthy snacks. Participating families will receive a bag of groceries to duplicate a recipe from the class (food to be received after class is complete).

Date/Time: July 21st, 2-3 pm

Register:https://beav.es/4vM

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Cooking Matters: No More Mealtime Madness  See Flyer Here

Description: Is pulling dinner together a stressful hassle? In No More Mealtime Madness , community health educators will help participants prepare quick, budget-friendly, chaos-free meals at home, with an emphasis on planning menus and stocking a basic pantry. Participants will receive a bag of groceries to duplicate a recipe from the class (food to be received after class is complete).

Date/Time: July 28th, 2-3 pm

Register: https://beav.es/4vQ

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Cooking Matters at the Store   See Flyer Here

Description: Cooking Matters at the Store is a virtual grocery store tour that will provide tips and tricks for stretching food dollars. Active participants will receive a $10 gift card to WinCo upon successful completion of the class and survey.

Register (choose 1 session only) :

Thursday, July 23rd, 3-4 pm:  https://beav.es/4tF

Thursday, July 30 th, 3-4 pm: https://beav.es/4vD

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Eating Smart Being Active – August 4 th – Sept. 3rd, no class Sept. 1st  See Flyer Here

Looking for tips for living a healthy lifestyle that includes balancing the food we eat with the physical activity we get?

Eating Smart Being Active focuses on 9 simple lessons where you will learn how to:

·Eat healthy foods on a limited budget

·Plan meals and snacks

·Save money when shopping for food

·Keep foods safe to eat

·Include more physical activity in your everyday lives

Register: https://beav.es/okR

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Click here for additional August classes.

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Classes are held in English, however FOOD For Lane County is offering similar classes in Spanish, contact Dana Baxter: dbaxter@foodforlanecounty.org

Additional Questions?? Contact SNAP-Ed/EFNEP OSU Extension Services, Lane County at 541-344-0249 or Email: jillian.drewes@oregonstate.edu

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