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Kids in the Kitchen Fall Session -- Sign up today!

Aug. 23, 2014

Kids in the Kitchen is an interactive program that will empower your family to make healthy lifestyle choices.

Kids in grades 1-5 and their parents/guardians will learn about the five food groups that are the building blocks for a healthy diet in a fun and interactive way. This energetic program helps children learn the benefits of eating healthy using “MyPlate for Kids,” a simple nutrition guide. Each class includes an engaging learning component as well as fun fitness and an opportunity to try a variety of foods. Sign up for one, or sign up for all 3!

Dates:
Saturday September 13th - MyPlate for Kids
Saturday September 20th - How Much Food Do I Need?
Saturday September 27th – Empty Calories / Extra Food

Time: 11:00am-1:00pm, includes lunch

Location: Southwest YMCA 11311 W. Howard Ave. Greenfield, WI 52338
Cost per family:
$5 for 1 or $12 when you sign up for all 3- YMCA Members
$8 for 1 or $20 when you sign up for all 3- Non-YMCA Members

Sign-Up: Contact Hanna Misiak at 414-329-3879 or hmisiak@ymcamke.org
Program code: 01413

This program is made possible through a partnership between the Junior League of Milwaukee and the Southwest YMCA.

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