Hamilton Food Calender for late May

May 16, 2011 § 1 Comment

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May 17
Lunch ‘n’ Learn: The Ancient World, Explained – Children of Climate Change
Bring your own lunch to the Hamilton Farmers’ Market Community Kitchen and learn about food, nutrition, culture, arts, gardening and much more. Join us every Tuesday during the month of May for The Ancient World, Explained series with Sustainability Consultant and science nerd Michael Nabert. His blend of fact, fiction & entertainment provides food for thought. Children of Climate Change examines how from first learning to walk upright to innovating during the last Ice Age, the climate’s hand shaped humanity as a species. Follow the fascinating ascent of man from our primitive roots to mastery over the planet. Who knew stone tools and fire would eventually lead to the iPad2?
Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 / 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: All
Cost: Free Pre-registration required. Registration is limited, so please book early.

May 18
Mastering Raw Food Essentials with Alexi Bracey
Mastering Raw Food Essentials: 30 days to living the raw food lifestyle.
Raw food is enzyme rich, nutritionally desnse and the food of choice at world renowned institutions, such as Hippocrates or Tree of Life Wellness Centre. More than 90% of all illness are diet related. So, if you are what you eat, you can control your health. Come out for an evening packed with information that may change your thinking about Raw Food, and that may very well start you on the path to optimum health.
Date: May 18 2011 / 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Burlington Goodness Me, 3455 Fairview Street Burlington
Cost: Free!

May 19
“Little Sous Chef” Demonstration – Free Workshop and Snack every Thursday
Cooking in the kitchen is a great way for children to learn new words and have early math and science experiences. Have fun making a simple lunch with your child. This weekly program is for children 3 – 6 years and their parents or caregivers. This program is brought to you by Wesley Urban Ministries and funded by the United Way’s From Here to the Bay Fund.
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2011 / 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: 3 to 6 years.
Cost: Free. Call 905-524-4884 to register. Pre-registration required.

May 19
Lunch ‘n’ Learn: The art of Veggie & Dip Trays Demonstration and Taste Test
Bring your own lunch to the Hamilton Farmers’ Market Community Kitchen and learn about food, nutrition, culture, arts, gardening and much more. Market vendor Sam the Produce Man will share recipes and tips on arranging the perfect veggie and dip tray for your holiday weekend entertaining.
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2011 / 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: All
Cost: Free Pre-registration required. Registration is limited, so please book early.

May 24
Living the Raw Food Lifestyle with Alexi Bracey
Raw food isn’t just for rabbits. It’s chock full of nutrients, enzymes, alkalizing and oxygen rich. From smoothies to hearty salads, to veggie burgers, lasagna, or pizza (all the Raw Way), raw food is colourful, tasty, nutritionally dense and addresses all the taste buds, which is a sure way to satisfy anyone’s appetite. This is a very interactive class! Sign up early!
Date: May 24 2011 / 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Waterdown Goodness Me, 74 Hamilton St. North Waterdown
Cost: Free!

May 24
Lunch ‘n’ Learn: The Ancient World, Explained – Civilization
Bring your own lunch to the Hamilton Farmers’ Market Community Kitchen and learn about food, nutrition, culture, arts, gardening and much more. Join us every Tuesday during the month of May for The Ancient World, Explained series with Sustainability Consultant and science nerd Michael Nabert. His blend of fact, fiction & entertainment provides food for thought. Civilization will explore how since the dawn of agriculture, human civilizations have risen and fallen continually, following consistent patterns. Our modern civilization is the first truly global one ever. Does that mean what happened to the Mayans couldn’t happen to use?
Date: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 / 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: All
Cost: Free Pre-registration required. Registration is limited, so please book early.

May 26
Nutrient Dense, Delicious Desserts! With Cathy Fleischmann
Yes, desserts can be nutrient dense! The secret lies in the substitutions for everyday ingredients. All recipes will be dairy, egg and gluten free.
Date: May 26 2011 / 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Waterdown Goodness Me, 74 Hamilton St. North Waterdown
Cost: $32.00

May 26
“Little Sous Chef” Demonstration – Free Workshop and Snack every Thursday
Cooking in the kitchen is a great way for children to learn new words and have early math and science experiences. Have fun making a simple lunch with your child. This weekly program is for children 3 – 6 years and their parents or caregivers. This program is brought to you by Wesley Urban Ministries and funded by the United Way’s From Here to the Bay Fund.
Date: Thursday, May 26, 2011 / 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: 3 to 6 years.
Cost: Free. Call 905-524-4884 to register. Pre-registration required.

May 28
Cookie: Classics and New Creations
Are you in a cookie conundrum? Can you eat cookies and still stay healthy? How can you make your cookies healthier? Is there such a thing as a recipe for cookies that actually taste yummy and are healthy, too? Cookies are a wonderfully sized treat that, if made with the right ingredients, can be a wonderful addition to our daily intake. Come and learn how to bake some old favourites perfectly. Better yet, come and learn to make much healthier cookies that will taste great and give you and your loved ones a boost. Marcie will share many recipes and there will be lots of freshly baked cookies to sample!
Date: May 28 2011 / 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Location: Burlington Goodness Me, 3455 Fairview Street Burlington
Cost: $32.00

May 31
Lunch ‘n’ Learn: The Ancient World, Explained – Ancient Dead Monsters
Bring your own lunch to the Hamilton Farmers’ Market Community Kitchen and learn about food, nutrition, culture, arts, gardening and much more. Join us every Tuesday during the month of May for The Ancient World, Explained series with Sustainability Consultant and science nerd Michael Nabert. His blend of fact, fiction & entertainment provides food for thought. Ancient Dead Monsters will look at how just as charismatic mega-fauna like lions and elephants get most of the attention when we talk of biodiversity today, paleontology is cool and facilitating manly because kids falling love with celerity dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex. The science goes deeper, exploring everything from fossil dung to trapped ancient air bubbles. It turns out that even T Rex was probably a lot different from his Hollywood image.
Date: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 / 12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Hamilton Farmers’ Market
Ages: All
Cost: Free Pre-registration required. Registration is limited, so please book early.

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