Childhood Nutrition Day Events
Find a Childhood Nutrition Day event in your area on the list below. If you are hosting an event, be sure to register so we can add you to this list.
- Lawson State Community College, Culinary Program Adam D. Elliott, CEC Birmingham, ALDate: 10/27/2017 Description: Lawson State Community College, Culinary Program will hosta community event at local elementary schoo- "A Fall Harvest Celebration." They will teach elementary school children, parents and teachers about the important nutrient and health benefits from eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Their activity will focus on Winter Squash and fall Produce items including Pumpkin, spaghetti squash, acorn squash and apples.
- ACF Chefs of the Low Country Jeffrey A. Quasha, CEC, CCA Tybee Island , GADate: 10/25/2017 Description: We will be working along with the teachers to educate 1st grade students on fresh fruits and vegetables, culinary terminology, tools, chef uniforms, and allow them to taste and make simple recipes using easy recipes and child friendly tools.
- Delaware North Companies Kevin J. Proper, CSC Yellowstone, MTDate: 10/27/2017 Description: Discovery Path is an annual event held at the Holiday Inn @ West Yellowstone. It is a three day event where we teach local students about sustainability, recycling and eating health. They also get a chance to learn about Yellowstone National Park and get to compete in a cooking challenge on the last day.
- Childhood Nutrition Day Event MaryAnn P. Kiernan, CCC, CCE, AAC, MBA Syracuse, NYDate: 10/27/2107 Description: All about Squash! Showing squash in its raw form and then cooked form.
- Childhood Nutrition Day Event Laurie Ann Hartfelder Brentwood, TNDate: 10/26/2017 Description: This event is a hands-on opportunity for children to learn how to read the food label to determine sugar amount of popular sodas and sports drinks, as well as how many grams equal how many teaspoons in their favorite drinks. There will be a demonstration of how to make healthy, low-sugar drinks that are tasty.