Neighbor Night Series Begins March 12th
This year we are reinvigorating our Neighbor Nights with 12 classes focused on healthy eating and nutrition. Each instructor will teach 6 classes to help you on your wellness journey. All classes are free thanks to support from American Cancer Society. Classes begin March 12th!
At Healthy Mindful Eating Circles
Join Chef Anomalous Campbell in this 6 part healthy eating series with hands on cooking demos, outdoor classes at local gardens, farmers markets, and at the Walnut Way Center.
We will discuss how to minimize processed food intake. Learn the difference between organic, regular conventional and irradiated foods. Discuss the importance of meal prepping, reading food labels, and how to shop for budget friendly healthy foods at local grocery stores.
ABOUT CHEF CAMPBELL
Anomalous Campbell in an imaginative and healthy full service chef and owner of Anomaly Catering.
She’s held healthy eating workshops at Carmen High School, vegan cooking classes in partnership with Alice’s Garden, Walnut Way and other organizations to provide healthy meals for meetings and events.
ABOUT BRIDGETT WILDER
Bridgett Wilder is a north side Milwaukee resident who became a widow at the age of 36 with nine children, ages 4 months to 16 years.
In 2018 she graduated from Mt. Mary University with a degree in dietetics and launched Perseverance Health and Wellness Coaching and Consultation Services, LLC., that helps individuals improve their health by way of nutrition.
- Post from Community: With team in place, The Innovations and Wellness Commons broke ground this fall - November 21, 2019
- “Green-Ribbon” status of the Lindsay Heights neighborhood grows with new green infrastructure, solar installations and Eco Tour designation - April 18, 2019
- Twelve healthy food & nutrition classes start next week at Walnut Way - March 5, 2019