Take a free class this Wednesday, May 1st from 4 – 6 p.m., where you can learn to cook nutritional food without breaking the bank!
Paule Attar, the co-owner of Bellevue’s Paule Attar Salon and Spa, has begun special classes “to provide nourishment to people who may not ordinarily have access to wholesome, fresh food.”
Her event back in February was a hit, so she’s bringing it back several times this year, beginning with the May 1st Queen Anne event. “Eat to Thrive” will take place from 4 – 6 p.m. at the Queen Anne Presbyterian Church. It will be a free event!
“The program is set up to feature seasonal foods that are nourishing, affordable and easy to prepare,” according to a press release. Attar’s focus is on “teaching people of all ages how to cook nourishing food that is simple, delicious and easy to make … The program teaches people how to cook nourishing food for a low cost.”
‘Eat to Thrive’ is a great opportunity for neighbors and community members to learn new ways to cook healthy food that is also inexpensive. Cost is one of the larger barriers for people to eat healthfully, and Paule Attar is seeking to change that with her cooking classes.
Mark your calendars! Future classes include July 24th, October 2nd, and December 4th. All events are from 4 – 6 p.m. and are currently scheduled to take place at the Queen Anne Presbyterian Church.
Please RSVP to Patricia Vaccarino firstname.lastname@example.org. Patricia is also looking for volunteers; please contact her at the email address above if you’re interested.
When: Wednesday May 1, from 4 – 6 p.m.
Where: Queen Anne Presbyterian Church Meeting Hall, 414 West Howe Street, Seattle 98119.
Featured photo courtesy of Patricia Vaccarino for ‘Eat to Thrive’ – taken at the last event and class on February 6th, 2013.