The Amagansett Food Institute (AFI) will be hosting a day of discussion, demonstration, and tasting focused around wellness, nutrition, and rejuvenation this Sunday, September 11th 10am-4pm at the Amagansett Farmers Market (367 Main Street, Amagansett.)
As part of the event, AFI will promote Foodstand’s newly launched Good Eating Challenge and raffle off a $50 gift card to the Amagansett Farmers Market for those that sign up. Foodstand is a “people-(em)powered community on the frontline of good food.” Using an online platform, the Foodstand app, and offline Foodstand Spotlight events, Foodstand connects “eaters and good-food makers, united by the mission to bring good eating choices to all, and make good food the default not the exception.” AFI is a Foodstand Ambassador. Visit the Foodstand to find good food news, growing and cooking tips, and local food events:
Zoe Klein, Associate Director of Education & Programs at the Wellness Foundation, will be leading a discussion on healthy eating for families from 2-4pm. She will follow the discussion with a short healthy food demonstration. The Wellness Foundation’s empowers children and adults with the information, tools and inspiration they need to adopt healthy lifestyles.
Hamptons Just Healthy will also provide a cooking demonstration and meal tasting in the early afternoon. As said by Hamptons Just Healthy, they are “more than just a meal plan, it’s a lifestyle.” Hamptons Just Healthy wants to make life easier for those with busy schedules and less time for meal preparation to still enjoy healthy meals with high-quality ingredients.
Jolie Parcher, Founder and Director of Mandala Yoga Center for Healing Arts in Amagansett Square, will lead attendees in a brief introduction to essential oils and meditation and
Hamptons Wellness on Wheels will be on-site throughout the day, providing personal training and health coaching assessments, a stretch mobility test, and a doTERRA hand aroma touch technique. For more information, please contact email@example.com. Suggested donation of $5 per person for the Amagansett Food Institute, a tax-exempt nonprofit organization that supports farmers and food producers on the East End of Long Island.
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