WAPF Calendar Archive 2009


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Jan 6, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Jan 9-11
Richmond, VA:
The Oiling of American and Seminar on Traditional Diets and book signing by Sally Fallon. Contact: (804) 314-9141, admin@centerforruralculture.org . Read the Flyer. More information and registration form.

January 10
Carrollton, GA:
Rolling Hills Resource Conservation & Development Council and the Carroll County Cooperative Extension Service are pleased to announce a sustainable agriculture program being offered called the Sustainable Growers School. This program is designed to teach new and existing growers sustainable farm and land conservation practices. This exciting program is taught at the Carroll County Extension Service Office in Carrollton, Ga. and on local farms that employ sustainable and organic practices. SGS utilizes classroom, lab and field work as practical elements in educating its students in sustainable and organic production management and marketing practices. The course consists of 4 core session and two 3 session elective tracks. The class runs alternate Saturdays starting January 10th. Mentoring opportunities will be available throughout the class. For more information contact Mike Gilroy at 678-787-6227 or at MGilroy@TheGrowersSchool.Org or visit the website at TheGrowersSchool.Org. Scholarships for limited resource farmers are available.

January 10, 9-6
Montpelier, VA:
Seminar on Traditional Foods and Healthy Communities, featuring Sally Fallon Morell. This daylong seminar will raise awareness and educate communities about their health, their food supply and sustainable farming practices for environmental preservation. Hear from many experts, as well as Sally Fallon, on the important links between health and communities. Delicious Lunch provided by Ellwood Thompson’s Local Market. Cost: $65 in advance (prior to 01/01/2009) or pay $75 at the door (*Students, Weston A. Price members and CRC members – $50). Register online @ wwwCenterForRuralCulture.org. There is still time to take advantage of the pre-registration savings for the 1/10 event if you register prior to January 1st! The seminar will be held at Montpelier Center for Arts and Education, 17205 Mountain Road, Montpelier, Virginia.

January 11, 11:00AM-1:00PM
Richmond, VA:
Lecture – BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER: Having trouble getting started with a traditional diet? Sally offers suggestions for no-fuss, economical meals. Cost: Free! Seating is limited, so pre-registration is advised. Register online @ wwwCenterForRuralCulture.org or www.ellwoodthompsons.com. Location: Ellwood’s Thompson’s Local Market, 4 N. Thompson St. Richmond, VA 23221 (804) 359-7525.

January 11, January 18th, and January 25th, 5pm
Randolph Center, VT
: DVD & POTLUCK SERIES IN JANUARY. Turkey Hill Farm will be hosting a three-part movie series which provides a wonderful introduction to the work and philosophies of the Weston A. Price Foundation. The DVD, by Sally Fallon Morell, is called Nourishing Traditional Diets: The Key to Vibrant Health.
Each part will be about 1 1/2 hrs long. Please bring a dish to share and join us for a potluck dinner following each movie night. For more information, http://turkeyhillfarmvt.com:8000/turkeyhillfarm/westonpricechapter.htm

January 14th, 21st, 28th and February 4th, 11th and 18th, 2009
Sheboygan, WI:
Simple Living Series 2009 Traditional Food and Herb ProgramThis series will offer participants the opportunity to learn andenhance a variety of time honored skills. We will make cheese, fermented foods and beverages, herbal soap and handcrafted herbal wares. You will learn to cook with herbs as well as wild and whole foods and make soap for your own use. Participants will leave with a notebook of recipes, cultures for making cheese and fermented foods at home as well as herbal soap that we craft together. There will be lots of samples for inspiration and fun!! For more information see www.moonwiseherbs.com

January 14
No. Andover, MA:
Viewing and discussion of “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” video, featuring Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride describing her successful methods of treating autism, ADHD and other syndromes using a very specific diet. 7-9pm, at North Parish Church, 3 Great Pond Rd., North Andover. No charge, all welcome. For further information, email wapandover@comcast.net .

January 18, 1:30pm
Mountain View, CA:
WAPF potluck with Jeanette Schreiber
Club House at 255 S. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, CA
Hosted by San Jose and South Bay WAPF chapter
Jeannette Schreiber is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Herbalist, and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner committed to improving the quality of people’s lives through holistic health care.

January 21, 7pm-9:30pm
Rockville, MD
: putting it all together: fitting nourishing, traditional food into your busy life. Now that you know the basics, learn how to fit cooking nourishing,
traditional foods into your busy life. Walk away with shopping lists and sample
menus, feeling confident that you are on your way to eating well-busy or not!
$55 per person Call 240.988.9312 or simplybeingwell@aol.com .

January 24th, 11:30 am
Alexandria, VA:
From Grocery Store Shopper to Farm Fresh Foodie: One Woman’s Journey toward Wellness. 11:30am -lunch in the restaurant (order off the menu); 12:30-presentation in private dining room at Food Matters, Alexandria, VA. www.foodmattersva.com. Are you tired of being sick and tired? Would you like to put your family on a course to health and wellness in the new year? Come meet Kimberly Hartke, publicist for the Weston Price Foundation and hear her inspiring story of conquering numerous health issues by a simple change in lifestyle. You will learn:Three important steps to changing your diet; How to reorganize your kitchen for success; How the glycemic index can help you lose weight; Why nutrient dense foods can help cure disease; What pro-biotics you need to add to your diet; The important role of strength training in your quest for health; How to tackle your health issues and get them resolved, once and for all.

Jan. 29
Richmond, VA:
Grassroots Lobbying for Food Freedom at the First Floor Lobby, General Assembly Building in Richmond, VA. GENERAL ASSEMBLY HAS BEGUN. EVENTS MOVE LIKE LIGHTNING. PLEASE WATCH FOR ALERTS!!! Several bills of interest have been filed and we are posting ALERTS. Please come to VICFA Day, Thursday, January 29th. Help make local farm fresh food a reality for all Virginians. We will distribute to our legislators samples of Virginia farm food products and provide information for grassroots lobbying. Newcomers will be paired with experienced members. First timers fear not! Information:
Lois Smith, cvcr_jay@comcast.net , (540) 582-7839 home, (804) 366-6051 cellDirections on VICFA website: www.VICFA.net

Jan 30-Feb 1
Westford, MA:
Westford Regency Inn and Conference Center. Fourfold
Path to Healing Conference featuring Tom Cowan, MD, Jaimen McMillan and Sally
Fallon. Contact: (240) 379-7072. www.fourfoldhealing.com

January 31st, 1pm
Great Falls, VA:
Please join us for the launch of the new Great Falls Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation sponsored by The Conscious Bean Coffee House, 10123 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls, VA 22066. guest speaker is the talented and resourceful “Soup Guy” Alan Magan. Alan is respected and well known in the whole foods industry and is the creator and master mind of Chesapeake Gardens. For more information, please contact Kate Vickers Deriso at (703) 728-3421.

January 31st, 10am-8pm
Toronto, Canada:
International Raw Milk Symposium: From Production to Consumption at OISE at the University of Toronto. This is a unique opportunity for consumers to learn about the health and safety aspects of raw milk from some of the world’s foremost experts on the microbiology and pathology of raw milk and raw milk advocates. $25 dollars and tickets are available only at the door. For more information,visit the website at www.rawmilksymposium.com and see the flyer.

February 5, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Sundays, January 11 and 25, February 15, and Feb 22, 1:30PM-4PM
Alexandria, VA:
NOURISHING HEALTHY TODDLERS- 4 class series
$60 per class or discounted $225 for the series paid in advance
January 11- What Children Need to Thrive: Healthy Fats, Protein, Carbs & Digestives; January 25- First Grains: Digestible & Delicious Stock: A Calcium & Protein Powerhouse; February 15- Veggies on the Menu! Beans, Glorious Beans..Properly Prepared; March 1- Fabulous Finger Foods!*
*classes 1-3 are pre-requisites for this class with whole food chef and wellness educator, Monica Corrado Member, Honorary Board, Weston A. Price Foundation
holistic nutrition certification in progress.
For more information, call 240.988.9312 or simplybeingwell@aol.com .

Feb 8, 3 – 5:30 pm
Toronto, CANADA:
Kefir and “Ginger Ale” Demonstration. BRING a Nourishing Traditions inspired snack to share. TAKE HOME some kefir grains that will allow you to start fermenting dairy. LEARN about preparation of nourishing traditional foods and local sources of pastured meat, poultry, vegetables and more. MEET like minded people and share your experiences or ask questions to other participants. All are welcome. For more details and location contact Patricia Watt, Toronto Chapter b-healthy@rogers.com , (416) 653-7112.

Tuesday evenings, February 10th, 17th, 24th, and March 3rd, 7-9pm
Livonia, MI:
Healthy Traditions Network’s Real Nutrition classes at Dr. Civello’s office on Farmington Rd near 5 Mile. Now is the time to get healthy! Learn about REAL nutrition, how to make the transition to healthy eating, where to get good local food. Our classes are taught by trained nutrition experts all members of the Weston A. Price Foundation. www.westonaprice.org. Register for classes on-line at htnetwork.org or call 248-828-8494. All four classes are only $59.00, this includes a complete set of handouts. See the flyer here.

February 12, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

February 14, 12 noon
Mentor, MN:
Introductory class and meal February 14th after the Mentor Farmer’s Market at the communitiy center. Market is from 8:00-12:00am, lunch following, and class after that. Call Mary Lien for more information at 218-487-5560.

February 15, Noon
New York, NY
: Ancient Foods, Ancient Wisdom: Using Traditional Foods to Create Vibrant Health for Adults and Children. In this workshop we will
discuss what traditional foods are and why they are so essential to our health
and well-being as well as for pregnancy and growing children. These traditional foods include enzyme-enriched foods, mineral-rich bone broths, animal fats, and properly prepared whole grains. We will cover the pioneering work of Dr. Weston A. Price, his study of healthy traditional communities, and the underlying factors in a variety of traditional diets that conferred beauty, strength and freedom from disease. Cost: FREE! Members and nonmembers welcomed! Location. Park Slope Food Co-op, 782 Union Street (between 6th and 7th avenues)

February 18, 7-9pm
North Andover, MA:
Demonstration of how to make bone broth and kefir, and tips on thrifty, easy ways to make nutritious soups. at North Parish Church, 3 Great Pond Rd., North Andover, Mass. No charge, all are welcome. For further
information, email wapandover@comcast.net .

February 20th, 7-9 pm
New York, NY:
Community Church of New York, 40 East 35th Street (between Park and Madison Avenues), New York, NY. The Oiling of America: Evening Workshop with Sally Fallon. Cost: General Admission – $20. Low-Income or Weston A. Price Foundation or Traditional Nutrition Guild Member: $15. Registration: ~Space is limited. Pre-registration is strongly suggested~ Credit card registration: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/54312 Please send payments by check (made out to Weston Price Foundation – NYC chapter) to: Claudia Keel, One Union, Square West suite 309, New York, NY 10003. View the flyer here.

February 22, 11am
Los Gatos, CA:
WAPF potluck hosted by San Jose and South Bay chapter
Club house at 99 Summerwood Dr., Los Gatos, CA

Feb 27-Mar 1
Chapel Hill, NC
: Real Food Real Medicine conference featuring Joel Salatin and Sally Fallon. Contact: (919) 932-6262 ext 10, drdelaneynd@aol.com , REAL FOOD REAL MEDICINE is a conference for educating and raising awareness in communities of people about their health, their food supply and sustainable farming practices for environmental preservation. www.realfoodrealmedicine.com

February 28, 2:00pm to 5:00pm
Reston, VA:
Lacto-fermented foods have been transforming our food since our early ancestors. Fermentation is the oldest and most natural way to preserve foods while endowing them with enzymes and probiotics, and boosting their vitamins and nutrients. Come join us for a workshop, where we will: Learn the health benefits of fermented foods; Learn to make delicious fermented drinks such as kombucha, and fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut; Sample a variety of fermented foods. We will have kombucha mushrooms, water kefir grains, and a few portions of milk kefir grains available. Space is limited. For more information and to RSVP, please visit group meetup site: http://www.meetup.com/WholeNutrition/

Thursday evenings, February 26th, March 5th, 12th and 19th, 7-9pm
Lake Orion, MI:
Healthy Traditions Network’s Real Nutrition classes at the Community Education Resource Center. Now is the time to get healthy! Learn about REAL nutrition, how to make the transition to healthy eating, where to get good local food. Our classes are taught by trained nutrition experts all members of the Weston A. Price Foundation. www.westonaprice.org. Register for classes on-line at htnetwork.org or call 248-828-8494. All four classes are only $59.00, this includes a complete set of handouts. See the flyer here.

February 27-March 1
Chapel Hill, NC:
REAL FOOD REAL MEDICINE Conference, UNC FRIDAY CENTER, 100 Friday Center Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27599. REAL FOOD REAL MEDICINE is a conference for educating and raising awareness in communities of people about their health, their food supply and sustainable farming practices for environmental preservation. Who should come? Everyone – whether you are a student, doctor, mother, farmer, health care provider, teacher – anyone who is interested in radically strengthening the very foundations of their health. PRE-REGISTRATION FEE (Until February 15, 2009) $180, Students $75, Farmers $100, Seniors $150. www.realfoodrealmedicine.com or call 919-932-6262 ext 10

March 1st-April 10th
Allentown PA:
Love of Food with artist’s Anne Greenwood, Shu-Ju Wang, Helen Hiebert, and Diane Jacobs at at Cedar Crest Womens College, 100 College Drive, Allentown PA 18104. Opening reception is March 2nd 5:15-6pm, with artist
talk March 2nd 6-6:45.

Mar 5, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Mar 12, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

March 14, 12:30 to 3:30pm
Westminster, MD:
Chapter will have a potluck lunch and meeting. It will be held in the large meeting room at the new Finksburg Library, the county’s first green building, 2265 Westminster Pike, Finksburg, MD 21048

Saturday mornings, March 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th, 10am-12pm
Novi, MI:
Healthy Traditions Network’s Real Nutrition classes at at the Better Health Store. Now is the time to get healthy! Learn about REAL nutrition, how to make the transition to healthy eating, where to get good local food. Our classes are taught by trained nutrition experts all members of the Weston A. Price Foundation. www.westonaprice.org. Register for classes on-line at htnetwork.org or call 248-828-8494. All four classes are only $59.00, this includes a complete set of handouts. See the flyer here.

March 13-16,
Irvine, California:
HEALTH AND FREEDOM CONFERENCE 2009, Freedom Law School’s 11th Annual West Coast Conference! Our biggest and best Conference yet, don’t miss it! Atrium Hotel (949) 833-2770, 18700 MacArthur Blvd, Irvine, CA 92612, www.atriumhotel.com. To REGISTER for the conference go to: http://register.freedomlawconference.org

March 18, 6:30pm
Washington, DC
: D.C. movie premiere of “The World According to Monsanto,” part of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. This documentary film explores Monsanto’s genetically engineered seed empire through unpublished documents and candid interviews with scientists, farmers and former US
government officials — a must for anyone concerned about the future of food.After the screening, questions will be fielded by experts on Monsanto, including EWG Executive Director Richard Wiles. Film will be shown at the Carnegie Institution for Science (Elihu Root Auditorium), 1530 P St., NW
Tickets: FREE (no reservation needed) For more information, see:
http://www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org/films.php?FilmID=293

March 19, 7 pm,
West LA, CA
: Local WAPF Chapter Meeting at Venice Grind See more details and RSVP on Weston Price Los Angeles:
http://wapflosangeles.ning.com/events/event/
show?id=2162113%3AEvent%3A1622&xgi=7o7LUwb

Mar 20-22
Portland, OR:
Second Annual NTP Conference-Thinking About Food:
Nutrition and Mental Health, sponsored by Nutritional Therapy ASsociation,
Inc., featuring Sally Fallon, Seminar on Traditional Diets and The Oiling of
America. Contact: (800) 918-9798, www.nutritionaltherapy.com/SeminarsandEvents.htm.

March 20, 21 and 22nd 2009 (10am-4pm each day)
Sheboygan WI
: Join us for one, two or all three of these offerings!
March 20, 2009 Fermented Beverages: Beer, Wine, Soda Making and more! Join Linda and John for this fun and inspiring day. Learn how easy it is to make beer, wine, meade and soda in your own kitchen. Learning the basics participants will leave feeling confident in making their own beverages at home. Discussions about influencing your beverages with herbs for promoting health will be included. Each person will leave with a bottle that we cork together as well as a soda culture to get you started. March 21, 2009 You are What you Eat! Soup Broths and Fermentation for Health. Learn to promote health through these time honored food preservation practices. Broths and stocks as well as fermentation have been around since the beginning of time. Stocks are simple and nourishing and can be added to many of your everyday meals to increase the nutrient density of your food. Fermented foods are made by a technique that relies on the breakdown of carbohydrates and proteins. The results are delicious food that is beneficial to overall health. Join us for this fun day as we learn hands on to make a wide variety of stocks as well as fermented foods and beverages that can be easily crafted in your own kitchen. Participants will be treated to a hearty soup and lacto-fermented lunch, recipes, inspiration and sour dough starter to take home.
March 22, 2009 Home Cheese Making: Mozzarella, Feta and more!! Making cheese at home is easy and fun! Join us as we explore the lost art of home cheese making. We will create and sample several simple cheeses that can be cultivated at home including: Paneer (an East Indian staple), basic farm cheese (a hard cheese historically created on the small family farm), Chevre (a soft spread able goat cheese). Mozzarella and feta. After learning to make kefir, we will transform this fermented milk beverage into soft spread able cheese and a condiment that can be used in place of sour cream. You’ll also learn some cooking ideas for whey, an abundant by product of cheese making. Students can build on this introduction to create many varieties of cheese at home. Includes instruction, inspiration, samples, cheese to take home, recipes and a cheese culture to get you started. Registration Information (fee includes recipes, cultures to take home and a whole and wild food lunch) For more information see www.moonwiseherbs.com

March 22, 2009, 1:30pm
Mountain View, CA:
WAPF potluck hosted by San Jose and South Bay chapter
Club House at 255 S. Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, CA
Speaker: Phil Foster of Pinnacle Organic

March 24, 2009, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Reston, VA
: “The Liberation Diet” Potluck Dinner with guest speaker Kevin Brown CPT, CNWC. Come hear Kevin Brown, author of the Liberation Diet, speak about his groundbreaking nutrition plan that has proven to help many people become
truly healthy and maintain normal weight. This program is unlike any other,
you can’t afford to miss this message! Please bring a dish and/or drinks to
share for the potluck. Space is limited. For more information and to RSVP, please visit group meetup site: http://www.meetup.com/WholeNutrition/

March 25,
No. Andover, Mass.:
Viewing of “Gut and Psychology Syndrome” (part 2) video, featuring Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride giving an overview of the diet she uses in her UK clinic, where she successfully treats many autistic and other challenged children. 7-9pm, at North Parish Church, 3 Great Pond Rd., North Andover. No charge, all welcome. For further information, email wapandover@comcast.net .

Saturdays, January 17th through April 4th, 10am-12 noon
Falls Church, VA:
well-being basics cooking classes:
learn to cook nourishing, traditional foods. January 17- the basics of nourishing, traditional food. what is REAL food? healthy fats, proteins and dairy; January 31- nutrient-rich stocks and easy, hearty soups; February 14- super tonics & the original sodas: lacto-fermented beverages to warm your heart & tickle your taste buds; February 28- digestible & delicious: properly soaking beans and whole grains; March 14- GLORIOUS greens-collards, kale, chard, beet greens…
nutritious, delicious salad dressings from scratch; March 28- REAL condiments: make your own ketchup, mustard, mayo and…; April 4- putting it all together:
fitting nourishing, traditional food into your busy life. Microwaved, frozen dinners got you down? Feeling tired? Digestion sluggish? Want to feel nourished and satisfied after a meal? HOW FOOD IS PREPARED really counts. Digestion and absorption are keys to good health, and a lot depends upon how food is prepared. Learn simple, traditional techniques to make the nutrients in your food more available to your body, easy to digest, and deeply nourishing. Come for one class or the series! These classes are based on Nourishing Traditions cookbook and the principles espoused by the Weston A. Price Foundation.
Whole food chef and wellness educator, Monica Corrado, Member, Honorary Board, Weston A. Price Foundation holistic nutrition certification in progress
$55 per class, or discounted $350 for the seven class series paid in advance
To register, call 240.988.9312 or simplybeingwell@aol.com .

Mar 30, 6:30pm
Lawrenceville, NJ:
Chapter meeting at Lawrenceville Public Library, 2751
Brunswick Pike (Route 1 South) Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. Visit www.wapfnj.org
for more information.

Apr 3-5
Long Beach, CA
: Health Freedom Expo at the Long Beach Convention Center. Contact: (888) 658-3976, www.healthfreedomexpo.com.

Apr 2, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Apr 9, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

Apr 17-19
Toronto, Canada:
Total Health of Canada, featuring Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon. Contact: (877) 389-0996, www.totalhealthshow.com.

April 18, 6:30PM
San Francisco, CA
: April Potluck. Come out and show your support for our local chapter and help welcome Nancy Prebilich of Bodega Bay’s Gleason Ranch. The Gleason Ranch is a sixth generation family run agribusiness. Founded in 1860, Gleason was one of the first certified Grade A dairies in Sonoma County. It’s since evolved in to a diversified operation consisting of Pastured Beef, Lamb, Heritage Pork and Heritage Poultry. For more information, joymeow@hotmail.com .

April 21,
Washington, DC:
Third Annual NATIONAL SMALL FARM AND RANCH GRASSROOTS LOBBY DAY & Legislative Reception- FARM FOOD VOICES DC 2009. Contact Liz Reitzig with your contribution information. Event Coordinator: Liz Reitzig liz.reitzig@verizon.net , (301) 807.5063. Please share your generous contributions of food, time and money. A number of “food safety” bills recently introduced in Congress would give the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) direct control over every farm and ranch in the country and the authority to micromanage every aspect of farm production. Most of these bills have NAIS written into them.

April 26, 2009, 11am
Saratoga, CA:
WAPF potluck hosted by San Jose and South Bay chapter.
Sanborn Park Hostel picnic area at 15808 Sanborn Road, Saratoga, CA.

April 26, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY:
Brooklyn members and residents are invited to celebrate spring with a chapter brunch potluck in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Please bring a homemade dish to share. The potluck will be held in a member’s home. Please RSVP at angela@wprice-nyc.org for location address. Seating is limited.

April 27, 6:30pm
Lawrenceville, NJ:
Chapter meeting on the 4th Monday of every Month at
Lawrenceville Public Library, 2751 Brunswick Pike (Route 1 South)
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. Visit www.wapfnj.org for more information.

April 30th, (Thursday) 7 – 9:30 pm
Toronto, ON, Canada:
RENDERING FAT: Jennifer McLagan, author of the wonderful book “Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient, with Recipes”, will talk to us about techniques for rendering fat (pork, beef, poultry,
etc). She will demonstrate how to render lard and how to make ghee,
a delicious, nutritious and safe cooking fat for higher temperatures. It is used extensively in Indian and other ethnic cooking. Suggested donation $ 5 per person. For location (downtown Toronto, subway access), pleases contact
Toronto Chapter Leader, Patricia Meyer-Watt,CNP at b-healthy@rogers.com .

May 6, 6:30-8:30 pm
Manhattan, NJ:
“Real Food for Mother and Baby” Evening Workshop and book signing with Nina Planck at the Community Church of New York, 40 East 35th Street (between Park and Madison Avenues), Manhattan. Nina Planck, author and local traditional foods expert, will share insights from her new book “Real Food for Mother and Baby.” Never one to accept conventions blindly, Nina finds that the usual advice about pregnancy and baby’s first foods are riddled
with myths and misunderstandings. Cost: General Admission – $20; Traditional Nutrition Guild or Weston A. Price Foundation Member or Low Income – $15 Seating is limited. Pre-registration is recommended. Online Registration (recommended) is available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/60997
For more information: contact brooklyn@wprice-nyc.org or claudia@wprice-nyc.org .

May 7, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

May 8, May 9, May 15, 2009
Toronto, CAN
: TRADITIONAL NUTRITION – COOKING CLASSES. In a home setting and through *interactive demonstration* and *hands-on participation* you will learn about preparation of nutrient dense, whole, un-processed foods. Organic produce, whole grains, pastured meats & eggs, natural dairy and fats will be used in class.
*Topics: Dairy fermentation (Kefir, Fil Mjolk) , home made “ginger-ale”,
Proper preparation of grains, Sourdough baking, Nutrient dense animal foods,
Organ meats, Ghee, Bone broth, Fermented vegetables (kimchi), Crispy nuts
and much more. *
This is a two part class and each day is 4 hours long.
http://www.b-healthy.ca/class.html
http://www.b-healthy.ca/CookingClassFlyer.pdf

May 14, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

May 16, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Reston, VA:
“The Liberation Diet” Potluck Dinner with guest speaker Kevin Brown CPT, CNWC. Come hear Kevin Brown, author of the Liberation Diet, speak about his groundbreaking nutrition plan that has proven to help many people become
truly healthy and maintain normal weight. Learn: the half-truths and lies taught by conventional nutritional wisdom, and why modern diets fail, a commonsense approach to eating and living, and how to adapt a lifestyle of real-food nutrition coupled with simple exercise to achieve fitness and health. Please bring a dish and/or drinks to share for the potluck.Space is limited. For more information and to RSVP, please visit group meetup site: http://www.meetup.com/WholeNutrition/

MAY 16, 9:30 AM
Arlington, VA:
A SPECIAL EVENT WITH BEST-SELLING AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST GARY TAUBES. Author of New York Times Magazine cover article, “What if it’s All Been a Big Fat Lie?” gives the inside story about his book: Good Calories, Bad Calories: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Diet, Weight Control, and Disease. HARRY’S RESTAURANT, 2800 Clarendon Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Arlington, VA, www.harrystaproom.com. Please RSVP to Heidi, at Heidiho22@verizon.net . This is a breakfast event. Everyone must buy breakfast in support of Harry’s. They will be opening early just for us! *Harry’s uses fresh, organic, and naturally raised ingredients* In addition to your breakfast cost, a $10 donation is appreciated to cover expenses.

May 17, 11am
Saratoga, CA:
WAPF potluck with Masha Rosen
Sanborn Park hostel picnic area at 15808 Sanborn Road
Event hosted by San Jose and South bay WAPF chapter (CA)
Learn how to use homeopathy at home for you and your family

May 18, 6:30pm
Lawrenceville, NJ:
Chapter meeting at Lawrenceville Public Library, 2751
Brunswick Pike (Route 1 South) Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. Visit www.wapfnj.org
for more information.

May 25, 7pm
Madison, WI:
Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

May 28, 6pm
Stevensville, MD:
Kent Island Chapter in MD will host the first meeting at Dr. Mowry’s office, 711 Main Street, Stevensville, MD. Please join us as we host Kevin Brown, Weston A. Price chapter leader in New Jersey, personal trainer, and the author of The Liberation Diet. His book outlines his weight loss plan that follows Weston A. Price friendly dietary guidelines. This event is free, but you must R.S.V.P to drmowry@drmowrycares.com . For more information, email Dr. Mowry drmowry@drmowrycares.com or go
to www.drmowrycares.com.

May 29 , 1:30 to 3:30
Lansing, MI:
Healthy Traditions Network presentation on Fresh Milk featuring Sally Fallon presenting How to Keep the Value Added Down on the Farm: How Traditional Processing can Bring Prosperity to the Farmer and Farming
Community. This event will be held at the Okemos Branch Public Library, 4321 Okemos Rd, Okemos, MI 48864. More information here. Contact: info@htnetwork.org .

May 30th, 10am-2pm
Stevensville, MD:
Dr. Mowry will host a Spring Health Festival at 711 Main Street, Stevensville, MD. For more information, email Dr. Mowry drmowry@drmowrycares.com or go to www.drmowrycares.com

May 30
Metro Detroit, MI
: Growing Connections featuring Sally Fallon, Dr. David Brownstein and Marjie Andrejciw on Women’s Health in Southgate. Farmers and Vendors market. Please visit www.htnetwork.org for more information.

June 4, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

June 5, 6,and 7,
Vashon Island, WA
: Traditional Food Weekend: The Culture of Food.
Cheese Making, Fermented Food, Wild Food, Beer, Wine, Soda Making and much more! For more information see http://www.kjofarm.com/blog/1988

Saturday, June 6th, 3:00 pm
Manheim, PA:
David Wetzel of Green Pasture Products, producer of fermented cod liver oil and butter oil, will be speaking at Weavers Natural Health Food Store 15 Market Square, Manheim, PA 17545. Phone (717) 665-6871. Free

June 9, 8:00 – 9:00 pm
Online:
Free Fertility Advice from a Licensed Fertility Expert. Cara Bergman,
owner of Stillwater Fertility Acupuncture Clinic in Severna Park is holding a FREE
one-hour conference call on natural ways to increase fertility. This call is open
to anyone experiencing infertility or planning to be pregnant in the next few
months. Sign up on line between June 3rd and June 9th: www.myfertilitybootcamp.com

June 11, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

June 18th, (Thursday) 7 – 9:30 pm
Toronto, ON, Canada
: CULTURED DAIRY: Patricia will talk about the benefits of culturing dairy and do a demonstration of Kefir, Fil Mjolk and Villi preparation. These are easy ways to transform cow, goat or sheep’s milk and cream into delicious fermented and pro-biotic foods that help improve immunity and are easy to digest. Suggested donation $ 5 per person. For location (downtown Toronto, subway access), pleases contact Toronto Chapter Leader, Patricia Meyer-Watt,CNP at b-healthy@rogers.com .

June 20, 6:30pm
San Francisco, CA
: Mix and Mingle Potluck at Davies Medical Center GAzeBo RoOm, Castro St. between 14th & Duboce. http://www.evite.com/pages/invite/viewInvite.jsp?
inviteId=NGCOIGOOZJBBRLAUGQMF

June 27, 2009, 11am
Saratoga, CA:
WAPF potluck hosted by San JOse and South Bay chapter
Sanborn Park Hostel picnic area at 15808 Sanborn Road, Saratoga, CA .

June 22nd, 7pm
Madison, WI: Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

July 2, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Wednesday, July 8, 6-8:30
Rochester, New York
: Making Kefir and Cultured Dairy Products for Sensual Well-Being. A HOW-TO WORKSHOP IN MAKING YOUR OWN AT HOME at Lori’s Natural Foods, Rochester, New York. RSVP ideally: 585-424-2323(Lori’s), or elizabethmerzbenner@gmail.com or 585-490-4710(cell). Cost: $15 WAFP members, $20 non-members, a sliding scale is available (email or call Elizabeth). A portion of the proceeds goes to benefit
the local Weston Price Chapter.

July 9, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

July 9…Aug.6th
MA:
The NH-New England Organic Farmers Association presents organic
garden/farm tours and potlucks. Pre-registration or information – 224-5022 /
info@nofanh.org . All are welcome, rain or shine, for schedule details: http://nofanh.org/calendar.html

July 8-29, 2009
Coon Valley, WI:
Women’s 3 Week Herbal/Earthways Resdential Apprenticeship Program. Some of what you will learn will be ways to incorporate herbs and wild edibles into daily life, skills for Identifying, harvesting and using local wild herbs,
techniques for growing herbs for food and medicine, how to create optimum, nutrition with traditional food preparation, how to make and use herbal remedies, herbs for particular body systems, approaches to connecting with the natural world, apersonal materia medica, skills and confidence in sorting through health care options and how to be an advocate for healing, and an understanding of health with a focus on seasonal cycles and patterns. For more information www.moonwiseherbs.com or call (920) 457-9290.

July 16th – 30th
Switzerland:
15-Day Trip to Switzerland with Swiss Native Judith Mudrak on the 4th Tour to Switzerland with 12-20 healthy WAPF members! For more info please e-mail: reversemydisease@yahoo.com Subject: WAPFCH09.
Or slow mail: Judith Mudrak, 58 Cranberry Run, Southampton, NJ 08088 USA
Phone: 609 859-3828 EST and please send self addressed, stamped envelope.

July 18, 10 am – 12 noon
Littleton MA :
class on the H1N1 Swine Flu prevention, presented by Mary Terhune, RN, Classical Homeopath:Cost $30. The Aquarius Sanctuary (www.aquariussanctuary.com), 3 Baron Way, Littleton MA. Pre-register: call 978-486-0248, leave message with name & tel. no.

July 23, 7pm
Portland, OR:
Tressa Yellig from Portland’s new Community Supported (NT-based) Kitchen – Salt, Fire, and Time – has kindly donated her space as a place for supporters of the Weston A. Price Foundation to come together and meet. This is a great chance to welcome Tressa and her kitchen to the community and celebrate this great new resource in Portland.
Light refreshments such as kombucha provided. If you have time please bring a nourishing snack to share (not required). All are welcome. There will be some books for sale (Nourishing Traditions and others) as well as latest copies of Wise Traditions Journal. Nourishing food from Salt, Fire, and Time will also be available for purchase.
Salt, Fire, and Time is located at 609 SE Ankeny Street. Read more at
www.saltfireandtime.com

July 25, 2009
Campbell WAPF potluck hosted by San Jose and South Bay chapter.

July 27, 7pm
Madison, WI: Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

Aug 3-7, 9-1:30
Great Vegetable Mystery Summer Camp

Can’t get your child to eat veggies? Send them to The GREAT Vegetable Mystery, a week of cooking, singing, songwriting and art all about VEGETABLES! Whole food chef and holistic nutrition educator Monica Corrado and singer/songwriter and visual artist Rachel Cross are teaming up to lead this week-long summer camp for children ages 9 to 12, Monday-Friday, August 3-7 from 9am-1:30pm in Takoma Park/Silver Spring. This is not about hiding vegetables in their food; it’s about having children get to know fresh, local vegetables in the kitchen. While they learn how to soup, salad, puree, pickle, and bake, they will also discover the answers to the following questions: What color veggie is highest in Vitamin C? Does it matter if veggies are raw or cooked? Naked or dressed? What vegetable can help you feel better when you have a cold? Can fries and chips are good for you? Which ones? Why? What process maximizes nutrients in the vegetables you eat, and helps you digest your food? They’ll be eating kale before the week is out! $250 plus $25 materials fee per child. Sibling and group discounts are available. Call to inquire. For more information and to register, call 240.988.9312 or simplybeingwell at aol dot com. Still not sure? Check out our first session of summer camp in the Takoma and Silver Spring Voice: http://takoma.com/archives/copy/2009/07/Foodcamp.html

Aug 6, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

August 7-9th
MA:
The 35th Annual NOFA-MA Conference at UMASS. The biggest, most
comprehensive local & organic gardening, farming and food conference in New England. Choose from a variety of activities including music, dancing, many workshops & demonstrations on organic gardening, farming, land care, homesteading, sustainability, nutrition, spirituality, food politics, and much more, details: http://www.nofasummerconference.org/

Aug 13, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

August 22nd and 23rd
Sheboygan, WI:
Summer Herbal Program. Two days of Hands on Herbal Wisdom.
For more information see http://moonwiseherbs.com/two_days_of_herbal_wisdom.htm

August 22, 6:30PM
San Francisco, CA:
WAPF-SF AUGUST POTLUCK AND PRESENTATION, with a presentation by Iso Rabins from ForageSF at the Gazebo Room @ Davies Medical Center, Castro (btw 14th & Duboce) free parking, San Francisco, CA 94114 US
For more information: (415) 643-4734.

August 24, 7pm
Madison, WI: Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

August 29, 1-4pm
Brevard, NC:
Presentation of the movie, Fresh at the Transylvania County Library in the Rogow Room. The movie will be followed by a panel discussion with
local sustainable farmers, a naturopathic doctor, and other experts on
the environmental and economic impacts of food and agriculture. Contact Glenn Ingram, Jr, ND for more information, drglenn@throughwoods.com , (828) 553-6705

Sep 2 & 3, 6:30-8:00
London: Corruption in Science: A two-part expose with Pam Killeen, co-author of The Great Bird Flu Hoax. London Public Library. Wednesday Sept. 2 Seminar in Stevenson & Hunt Room A and Thursday, Sept. 3 Film: The Oiling of America (120min) in Wolf Performance Hall. (no registration required)

Sep 3, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Sept 12, 1:00pm
Great Falls, VA:
Northern Virginia Autoimmune Disease Support Group Being Launched–First Meeting. Kate Vickers Deriso, WAPF Great Falls, VA Chapter Leader and Nutritionist will be our guest lecturer on nutritional support for autoimmunity issues. See the article on Hartkeisonline.com for more information. To be held at the home of Robin Shirley. Please contact Robin with questions, or to RSVP, rnshirley@gmail.com or (703) 798-9374.

Sep 10, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

Sep 12
Detroit, MI:
Growing Connections Conference and Harvest Festival at Kensington Metropark Farm Center. Contact: 248-828-8494, http://www.htnetwork.org.

September 12, 9:30am-12 noon
Bethesda, MD:
Nutrient-Dense Stock I: The Secret Ingredient is GELATIN! Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional
food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary
Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call
(240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

September 17, 7pm-9:30pm
Silver Spring, MD
: Tomatoes?! Cucumbers?! SALSA! PICKLES! (cultured and LIVE, that is!). Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

September 17th to November 10th, 9:00am to 6:00pm
Chantilly, VA:
Ticonderoga Farms Fall Festival. Group Reservations available
Hayrides, Pumpkins, Gourds, Tomatoes, Peppers, Figs, Educational garden
Cotton, Pineapple, Hill Side Slides, Panda Bamboo Puzzle, and much more..
Visit our website at www.ticonderoga.com

September 19, 9:30am-12 noon
Bethesda, MD:
Nutrient-Dense Stock II: Using Stock for Easy Hearty Soups, Gravies and Sauces, and Vegetables. Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

September 19th
San Francisco, CA:
WAPF Movie Night at Davies Medical Center, Castro@Duboce (@ 14th Street), San Francisco, CA 94102. We’ll be watching Weston A Price on Mental & Emotional Health by Sally Fallon (one DVD). For more information, contact Judy Bonhiver 415-405-3911 (w) 643-4734 (h).

September 20th, (Sunday) 3 – 5:30 pm
Toronto, ON, Canada:
KIMCHI & SAUERKRAUT: Patricia will talk about the wonderful properties of lacto-fermented vegetables and demonstrate the easy
transformation of cabbage into delicious (sometimes spicy!) condiments that aid digestion, are high in beneficial lactic acid bacteria and vitamin C. Suggested donation $ 5 per person. For location (downtown Toronto, subway access), pleases contact Toronto Chapter Leader, Patricia Meyer-Watt,CNP at b-healthy@rogers.com

September 20, 1pm
Santa Clara, CA:
Jennifer Moiles, a certified holistic health counselor and yoga instructor, will talk about Ayurveda, a 5,000-year-old system of medicine, or “science of life,” derived from India. Ayurveda teaches us how to align with nature, create balance, improve our energy and immunity, and live a vibrant life. Jennifer will discuss the basic principles of this enduring science, including how to make food and lifestyle choices to balance your “dosha” (individual body-mind type) and recognize symptoms of imbalance before disease processes have an opportunity to set in. Align with nature, achieve whole health!
Jennifer is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Ayurveda from Mount
Madonna Institute in Watsonville, CA.For details please e-mail Olga at pubrel@gmail.com .

September 26, 9:30 am to 5 pm
London, ON:
HOW TO FIX A ‘BROKEN BRAIN’ DISCOVER WHICH FOODS AND NUTRIENTS BEST SUPPORT A HEALTHY BRAIN–Intensive One-Day Seminar. Are you in a bad mood? Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, fatigue, sleep disorders, ADHD, ADD, autism, poor memory, dementia, personality disorders or other problems associated with the brain? Over half of all physician visits are for some sort of psychological problem and rates of mental disorders are expected to increase. By 2020, depression will be the second leading cause of disease worldwide. One in every 175 children has autism. By 2050, Alzheimer’s cases are projected to quadruple. Find out why our mental health is declining and what you can do about it.
Join Pam Killeen, co-author of the New York Times bestselling book,
The Great Bird Flu Hoax, for a full day’s workshop describing what you can to do
improve your mood, memory, sleep and energy. For more information, visit her
website at www.pamkilleen.com. COST: $40 in advance (no refunds) cheque or paypal; $50 at the door, cheque or cash. London Public Library, Central Location, 251 Dundas St, London, ON N6A 6H9. (Be sure to bring a notepad and pen.) To reserve your seat, contact Pam Killeen at: 519-488-5376 or healthmaps@hotmail.com .

September 26, 4:30pm
Monroe Township, NJ:
Traditional Foods Potluck Supper Featuring a Poultry
Pasture Walk and a Farm/Barn Tour. Pasture Walk begins promptly at 4:30pm.
Potluck Supper at 6:00pm. River Birch Micro Farm, 19 Forman Avenue, Monroe
Township, NJ 08831. Hosted by Joseph R. Heckman, Ph.D. and family. Please
RSVP by September 23, 2009 to Joe at heckman@aesop@rutgers.edu or (732) 605-0444.

September 26, 9:30am-12 noon
Silver Spring, MD
: Eating with the Seasons: Foods for Autumn. Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

September 28, 7pm
Madison, WI: Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

Oct 1, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

October 1 through November 19, Thursday evenings, from 7:30pm-9:30pm
McLean, VA:
Nourishing, Traditional Food Cooking Classes with whole food chef and holistic nutrition educator, WAPF Honorary Board Member, Monica Corrado
October 1 Stocks I-Making Nutrient-Dense Stocks
October 8 Stocks II-Making Easy, Hearty Soups
October 15 Properly Preparing Whole Grains for Digestibility and
Absorption
October 22 Properly Preparing Beans and Legumes for Digestibility
and Absorption
October 29 REAL Condiments: Lacto-fermented Sauerkraut, Ketchup,
Mustard and Mayo…
November 5 Glorious GREENS and Nutritious, Delicious Salad Dressings
November 12 Fitting Nourishing, Traditional Food into Your Busy Life
November 19 Fermented Beverages
Early Bird/Advance registration $55 per class; $65 one week out or at the
door. Save more than 10% when you register for the series of 8 classes–$395
For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or
www.simplybeingwell.com

Friday, October 2, 6:00 – 8:00pm
New York, NY
: Slow Food for the Urban Kitchen: Nourishing Local Food from the Slow Cooker, a demonstration class with food samples at Judson Memorial Church, 239 Thompson Street (Thompson Street at Washington Square South)
subway: a/c/e/b/d/f/v to West 4th Street. Eating nourishing local food during the late fall and winter doesn’t need to be time consuming. Stocks, soups, and stews from sustainably-raised meat along with breakfast porridges are incredibly warming and nourishing foods that can be made in a time-saving and inexpensive slow cooker or crockpot (oven and stove top methods of preparing these foods will also be shared). Jessica, Maggie and Sarah will demonstrate how to create quick, easy and local meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Registration Fees: The cost of the workshop includes the beautifully designed and full-color “Local Foods Wheel New York Metro Area.” (a $12.95 value). Individual workshop General Admission: $30.00. Just Food & Weston A. Price Foundation Members: $27.00. Both workshops
General Admission: $55.00 Just Food & Weston A. Price Foundation Members: $49.00. For more Information, contact: Angela Davis angela@justfood.org or Claudia Keel claudia@wprice-nyc.org .

Saturday, October 3, 2:00-4:30 pm
New York, NY:
Preserving the Local Harvest with Lacto-fermentation a demonstration class with food samples. Preserving the fall harvest can provide you with local food throughout the year that is delicious and highly nutritious. Jessica, Maggie and Sarah will show you why fermentation is an easy and inexpensive way to preserve the bountiful harvest of fruits, vegetables and herbs grown locally. You will learn about the health benefits of lacto-fermented vegetables and beverages and how to turn the fall harvest into sauerkraut, kimchee, chutneys, salsa, and sauerruben. Kombuchas, ginger bug, and whey-based sodas will also be discussed. Individual workshop General Admission: $30.00. Just Food & Weston A. Price Foundation Members: $27.00. Both workshops General Admission: $55.00 Just Food & Weston A. Price Foundation Members: $49.00. For more Information, contact: Angela Davis angela@justfood.org or Claudia Keel claudia@wprice-nyc.org .

Oct 8, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

Oct. 9-11, 2009
Sheboygan, WI:
Wise Woman Ways with Susun Weed. Maywood Environmental Center, Sheboygan, WI. Menopause Can Change Your Life.
Oct . 9 Friday (7-9pm) $35.00
Nourish Wholeness the Wise Woman Way
Oct. 10 Saturday (10am-4pm) $100.00
For Women Who Love Their Breasts and Wombs
Oct. 11 Sunday (10am-4pm) $100.00
Register: www.moonwiseherbs.com or Mail checks to:
Linda Conroy PO Box 166, Sheboygan, WI 53081
Save $25.00 on the entire weekend! For registrations received by 8/15/09 pay only $210.00 Questions? Call 920-452-HERB (4372)

October 10, 9:30am-12 noon
Bethesda, MD:
Foods for Thriving Children: A Week of Healthy Breakfasts. Note: This class is appropriate for all children, and especially for those on the Autistic Spectrum and with ADD/ADHD. Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

October 17, 3-6pm
Atlanta, GA
– Screening of the movie FRESH, at 5 Seasons Brewing Company Westside (1000 Marietta St NW, Atlanta). Vendors and a silent auction at the event will showcase real food and sustainable living. Highlighting the event will be a panel discussion after the movie, exploring issues and solutions that apply particularly to the Southeast. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online at OurNaturalLife.com. For more information, contact Celeste Skousen (770) 623-4190 celestems@gmail.com.

October 17, 9:30am-12 noon
Bethesda, MD:
Properly Preparing Legumes and Whole Grains for Easy Digestion and Absorption. Well-Being Basics Cooking Classes…Learn to cook nourishing, traditional food with whole food chef, holistic nutrition educator and WAPF Honorary Board Member Monica Corrado. For more information and to register, call (240) 988-9312 or http://www.simplybeingwell.com/ . Host a class or a series in your own home!

October 17, 6:30PM
San Francisco, CA:
Movie Night at Gazebo Room @ Davies Medical Center
Castro (btw 14th & Duboce) free parking, San Francisco, CA 94114 US. The movie night in September went great so we’re going to do it again. This time the movie will be “Food Fight”. Check out the trailer and the details at http://www.foodfightthedoc.com/. Hope you can join us. We’ll have a discussion following the movie. You do not need to bring any food to this gathering. We’ll begin at 6:45 PM. For more information, contact jbonhiver@yahoo.com .

October 18, 10:30am
Upinngil Farm, MA:
Meet the Author of The Raw Milk Revolution at a fundraiser for The Massachusetts Raw Milk Network at Upinngil Farm, 411 Main Road in Gill, 3.9 miles north of Route 2. David Gumpert, author of “The Raw Milk Revolution: Behind America’s Emerging Battle Over Food Rights” (to be released in November) will be the featured guest at this fundraiser for the NOFA/Mass Raw Milk Network.
“Beginning in 2006, the agriculture departments of several large states-with
backing from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration-launched a major crackdown on small dairies producing raw milk. David Gumpert dares to ask whether regulators have the public’s interest in mind or the economic interests of dairy conglomerates. He assesses how the government’s anti-raw-milk campaign fits into a troublesome pattern of expanding government efforts to sanitize the food supply-even in the face of ever-increasing rates of chronic disease like asthma, diabetes, and allergies. The Raw Milk Revolution provides an unsettling view of the future, in which nutritionally dense foods may be available largely through
underground channels.”
Farm tour: 10:30 a.m. Buffet, featuring local dairy products and produce: 11:30 a.m. Presentation by David Gumpert: 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 and space is limited. Please contact winton@nofamass.org or 413-634-5728 for more information. To register online, go to http://tiny.cc/o3Fh5

October 23 and 24
Staunton, VA:
2009 Mid-Atlantic Grass-Finished Livestock Conference “Merging the Art and Science of Grass Finishing” at the Holiday Inn Conference Center. Topics include: forage systems for grass finishing, alternative marketing outlets, small scale processing facilities, meat cutting and cooking demonstration, building healthy grazing systems, supplementation in pasture finishing, factors affecting meat quality, genetics for grass finishing, and marketing: a success story from North Carolina. Speakers include: Anibal Pordomingo, Denise Mainville, Joe Cloud, Ed Rayburn, John Andrae, Susan Duckett, Jeremy Engh, V. Mac Baldwin, local artisans. Includes tour of Joel Salatin’s Polyface Farm! Conference Registration: BEFORE September 15 – $200; AFTER September 15 – $300; Call for student rate! For more information about registration, contact Margaret Kenny at (434) 292-5331 or makenny@vt.edu or visit Virginia Tech’s Southern Piedmont AREC’s website at http://arecs.vaes.vt.edu/arec.cfm?webname=
blackstone&section=links&subsection=12627.

October 24 2009, 1:30pm to 4:00pm
Reston, VA:
Green Living for a Chemical Free Home. Reducing your body’s toxic load can help you stay healthy and avoid allergies and other illnesses. Chemical sensitivity is a fast growing, real phenomenon where certain people at the end of the spectrum are even unaware that they are affected since it can manifest in a multitude of symptoms that vary from person to person. Come learn about: Chemicals commonly found in homes, Using plants as natural air cleaners and filters, Switching to chemical free household cleaners and health care products, andAvoiding electromagnetic and radiation load. Space is limited. For more information and to RSVP, please visit group meetup site: http://www.meetup.com/WholeNutrition/calendar/11303529/

October 26, 7pm
Madison, WI: Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information,
contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit www.madisonwapf.org

October 26, 7pm
Princeton, NJ:
Chapter meeting at Whole Earth Center, 360 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ 08540. Visit www.wapfnj.org for more information.

Nov 5, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Nov 8, 4:00
Oakton, VA: Join Joel Salatin and Sally Fallon Morell for a screening of FRESH the movie and panel discussion.
Unitarian Universalist Church, Oakton, VA
No tickets, although a donation of $7.00 is requested.
Food will be for sale after the panel discussion, offered by local farmers and by restaurants that source from local farms for their menus.

Nov 12, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

Nov 13-16
Schaumberg, IL (near Chicago):
Wise Traditions 2009, the Tenth Annual Conference of the Weston A. Price Foundation. More speakers, more activities, more vendors, and more delicious traditional, nutrient dense food! Click here for all the details.

Nov. 21 – 3-5 PM
Purcellville, VA: Dr. Lolin Hilgartner will give a lecture on Nourishing Our Children, on Saturday Novemeber 21st at Fields of Athenry Farm in Purcellville, VA. The event is at the farm this Saturday, Nov. 21st, 3-5pm. Free event! Dr. Lolin is the Leesburg chapter leader for Weston A Price and nutritionist which I know first hand in her care for our 13 year old who has Cushings Disease.

Nov 22, 23 – 4:30 PM
Columbus, Ohio:
Chapter Meeting and a special seminar presented by nutrition expert Dr. Eric Serrano at Serrano Family Practice located at 475 Hill Rd N, Pickerington, Ohio 43147. The seminar is free for members of the Weston A Price Foundation, and is $10 for non-members. Contact jmeadows4@columbus.rr.com to register.

Nov 23 – 6:30 pm
Princeton, NJ:
Fermentation Workshop by Scott Grzybek, founder of Zukay Live Foods (www.zukaylive.com). NEW LOCATION: Whole Earth Center, 360 Nassau Street, Princeton NJ 08540. Learn the principles of how to ferment everything easily and put the health benefits of live active cultures and living enzymes to work for you. Scott will also explain why lacto-fermentation is so healthy and he will demonstrate how to make sauerkraut, an apple and pear chutney for your Thanksgiving table and, if we have time, a customer favorite, carrot crudite. Our group meets on the fourth Monday of each month. For more information see: www.wapfnj.org or join our yahoo group: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/traditionalfoodpreparation/.

Nov 23, 7pm
Madison, WI:Chapter meeting at Wil-Mar Center. For more information, contact Carolyn Graff (608) 221-8696, zgraff@charter.net or visit http://my.madison.com/Groups/Madison_WAPF

Nov 28th, 4 pm
Cal-Neva Terrawtory, CA: Cal-Neva Terrawtory chapter leader will be doing a demo of the Color Diagnosis and therapeutic super genesis vegetables and fruits, based on the work of Chris Astill-Smith DO DIBAK British Osteopath and Applied Kinesiology Teaching Diplomate.

Dec 1-5
St. Paul, MN:
Acres USA Annual Conference. Contact: (800) 355-5313, http://www.acresusa.com.

Dec 3, 6:30-8:00
Aiken, SC:
monthly meeting for all members and prospective members at Noble Breads Bakery and Market, 1625 Richland Ave., Aiken, SC 29801. Meeting includes a lecture/speaker or cooking demonstration. For more information, Contact: Kim Rodriguez RD, PhD-c, Aiken Nutrition, (803) 644-4463.

Dec 4-5
Selby, SD:
Seminar on Traditional Diets by Sally Fallon
Location: Java Community Center Morell.
Contact: Julie Rosina (605) 649-7224, sdsavvygal@yahoo.com.

Dec 10, 5:30pm
Fosston, MN:
Chapter meeting at Bethel Assembly Church. Call Mary Lien for more information at (218) 487-5560.

Dec 21, 8:30am – 10:25am
Viroqua, Wisconsin: Raw Milk Freedom Court Steps Rally — (8:30am – 10:25am) Vernon County Judge 400 Court House Square St Viroqua, WI 54665-1555 Get Directions here or call for more information (608) 637-5364

Tim Boyd was born and raised in Ohio, graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a degree in computer engineering, and worked in the defense industry in Northern Virginia for over 20 years. During that time, a slight case of arthritis led him to discover that nutrition makes a difference and nutrition became a serious hobby. After a pleasant and satisfying run in the electronics field, he decided he wanted to do something more important. He is now arthritis free and enjoying his dream job working for the Weston A. Price Foundation.

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