Cooking for Life - Reby Cary

Next date: Thursday, April 07, 2022 | 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM

mother and daughter cooking

Program Details

Join us at the Reby Cary Youth Library as Common Threads provides cooking demos that feature nutrition tips and kitchen skills for parents and children. Attendees will be able to sample the food from the cooking demos. The demo ends with a Q&A for families to ask any questions they have.

 

Other Workshops in Series

Jan. 22 - Southwest Regional

July 16 - Summerglen 

July 21 - Northwest Regional

 

About Common Threads

Common Threads

Common Threads was founded by Chef Art Smith, artist Jesus Salgueiro and Linda Novick O’Keefe in 2003. After Chef Art and Jesus spent time cooking for New York families impacted by 9/11, they were inspired by the power of food to heal by bringing people together by celebrating traditions and understanding culture while enjoying the benefits of healthy, nutritious meals. Soon, the nonprofit Common Threads was launched, with the first class offered in a church basement in Chicago in March 2004. The organization soon expanded beyond the Windy City to include programming in Los Angeles in 2007. Future expansion included Miami (2009), Washington, D.C. (2009), New York City and Austin (2014), Pittsburgh (2015) and San Antonio, Dallas-Ft. Worth, El Paso and Erie (2018). Today the organization reaches approximately 40,000 children, parents and educators through its cooking and nutrition education programs.

 

When

  • Thursday, April 07, 2022 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Location

Fort Worth Public Library - Reby Cary, 3851 E Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth 76103  View Map

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