The best way to promote better health and nutrition is to eat in-season with local ingredients. That's why we're partnering with the Nashville Farmers' Market and Bliss Holistic Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Amber Robertson, on the THIRD WEDNESDAY of each month to discuss seasonality topics and tasteful new recipes! Each cooking demonstration will feature locally sourced ingredients that you can also find at the Nashville Farmers' Market.
This month's topic is Eating for Energy.
When: Wednesday, March 16th at 6pm
Where: Nashville Farmers' Market
900 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37208
Cost: FREE and open to the public!
Please RSVP below to help us ensure accurate headcount for food samples!
Trip Leader: Keeley Reed or Erin Pauling
Difficulty: This is a social, educational workshop designed to introduce participants to a range of nutrition topics.
Registration Deadline: There is no registration deadline, and walk-ins are welcome. Please RSVP so we can provide enough food samples!
Group Size: Event capacity is limited to 30 people.
Parking: There is free parking available in the parking lot in front of the Nashville Farmers' Market.
Children Policy: This event is open to all ages with parental participation.
Dog Policy: Dogs are not permitted at this event
Weather Policy: This event is indoors.
Cancellation Policy: If you RSVP and can no longer make it, please email TeamGreen@Lightning100.com.
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
This event is presented by Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Amber Robertson, with Bliss Holistic. Amber takes a holistic approach to health coaching, focusing on the whole person and how their career, relationships, and general surroundings effect their nutrition habits and health as a whole.
ABOUT NASHVILLE FARMERS' MARKET
Nashville Farmers' Market (NFM) offers a year-round home to farmers, artisans, restauranteurs and local business merchants, providing you with an opportunity to buy fresh, local goods in any season. The Market includes:
- Farm Sheds where you'll find farmers selling fresh produce, dairy, meats, and other farm goods.
- NFM's Market House which hosts 16 restaurants and shops selling prepared-foods, sweets, a new craft brew pub and other goods.
- NFM's Grow Local Kitchen which offers opportunities for hands-on culinary classes, demonstrations, production, and pop-up restaurant rental.
- The Plant/Crafter/Flea Market features up to 50 merchants selling goods weekly.
The market is open 362 days/year, so be sure to stop by anytime to eat, shop, and explore!
Registration is encouraged for this workshop. Please RSVP here.