Sponsored by Eat Smart New York, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County
Learn how to eat better for less in our free classes
Are you struggling to put food on the table for your family? Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County has a solution, and it is free! Eat Smart New York provides one-time workshops, as well as 6-week courses for families and adults.
These classes explain how you can stretch your food dollar and save at the grocery store. We will identify healthy food options, add variety to meals, and create safe, easy, and delicious food!
Participants must call 607-664-2300 to register and must be income eligible. You can also fill out this survey to tell us which class you’d like to take! Call Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County to find out how to enroll today for FREE!
Cooking Matters for Adult/Child Teams
Cooking Matters for Families series
Eat Smart New York is offering a new series of classes called Cooking Matters for Families are open to parents, grandparents raising grandchildren, moms and dads and are FREE!
A Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben county nutrition educator from the ESNY program will coordinate and facilitate the class. In each session, food preparation and cooking skills are practiced along with interactive nutrition activities. After the meal is prepared, all the participants eat together. And as an added bonus, each family takes home the ingredients to make the main dish with their children for their family at home.
The Cooking Matters classes are sponsored by Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit that is working to end childhood hunger in America by connecting children with the nutritious food they need to lead healthy, active lives. Cooking Matters has received special recognition from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for excellence in nutrition education.
The Cooking Matters series is limited to 10 participants (5 parent/child teams – children must be 8 years old or older). So, call today to register your space at 607-664-2300.
For more classes in Steuben County and the rest of the Finger Lakes, visit Finger Lakes Eat Smart New York.
Last updated May 3, 2016