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- 01Tue 01/01/19http://eastonpublicmarket.com/event/new-years-day-closed/
Happy 2019 to you and your family from all of us at the Easton Public Market.
- 04Fri 01/04/19http://eastonpublicmarket.com/event/paul-wilkinson-americana-music/
Friday, January 4th | 6-8pm
This Friday in the Acoustic Kitchen… Offering Free Range Music:
From Chester County, Paul Wilkinson is a perfect blend of folk-rock-pop, a bit of Appalachian with urban appeal. His Americana style is just right for dinner and a beer at the market.!
- 11Fri 01/11/19http://eastonpublicmarket.com/event/leah-marie-fuls-pop-folk-country/
Friday, January 11th | 6-8pm
This Friday in the Acoustic Kitchen… Offering Free Range Music:Leah Marie Fuls is a singer, songwriter and guitarist in the Lehigh Valley area. She has been playing guitar for 6 years, performing for 3 years and singing since she was little. Her style would be best described as pop folk with country influence. Leah’s influences include Fleetwood Mac, Ed Sheeran and Carrie Underwood.
- 12Sat 01/12/19http://eastonpublicmarket.com/event/kids-in-the-kitchen-with-chef-ada-36/
Saturday, January 12th | 10-11:30 am
$25 pp (ages 7-11) | Limited to 10 Seats
‘Kids in the Kitchen’ with Chef Ada Chandler focuses on building the culinary confidence of your child through kid-friendly classes, demonstrations, and interactive events. Along with new techniques and recipes that are taught weekly, Chef Ada teaches proper kitchen hygiene along with safe kitchen utensil handling at every class.
This week’s recipe: Nutella and Banana Stuffed Crescent Rolls. A class favorite – these are delish and so kid friendly but will delight the whole family for breakfast or a snack.
- 16Wed 01/16/19http://eastonpublicmarket.com/event/morning-conversations-on-food-3-2-2/
Wednesday, January 16th | 9-10 am
The Easton Hunger Coalition hosts the free public “Morning Conversation on FOOD” series at the Community Room inside the Easton Public Market on the third Wednesday of each month at 9 am. Participants explore such topics as food, local food systems, food justice, food waste, food recovery, and hunger. Conversation moderators will provide information to guide the topic, as well as action items that can be taken to support the reduction of food waste in our community.
This month we’ll be talking about how to start your own home composting, a very good thing to do! Winter is a great time to start your home composting planning; you can start up anytime there is a decent stretch in the weather – like now! Even better – form a neighborhood composting co-op and get the job done together! NO FOOD (or any organic matter) SHOULD EVER BE SENT TO LANDFILL WHERE IT CONTRIBUTES SIGNIFICANTLY TO CLIMATE IMPACT! If you are already composting, please come and share your experience!