HWC July Health Promotion Events: Cooking Club - Sushi Edition and More


Mini Sushi Rolls, Onigiri, and beverages! 
 

 
DateFriday, July 20, 2018 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

scree@ocadu.ca

Location

Lambert Lounge (100 McCaul, room 187)

Come and join us for Sushi Day at Cooking Club! We're planning to make Mini Sushi Rolls, Onigiri, and beverages! 

All food and equipment will be provided. Why make one meal when you can have several? Students are encouraged to bring containers to bring home any extra prepared food. 

This session is FREE for all current OCAD U students, even those not enrolled in a summer class. Advise Sarah of any allergies or dietary restrictions at scree@ocadu.ca, and feel free to contact me with any questions. Registration is encouraged but drop-ins are just as welcome!  Staff and faculty are welcome to drop by as well. 

HWC events throughout July include:

Tuesday July 10 - Board Game Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert Lounge, as part of Camp Wellness)

We’ll be making brownies with Greek yogurt and psyllium husks, Jell-O with fruits, and playing board games.

Tuesday July 17 - Slime Making & Tie Dye Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert Lounge, as part of Camp Wellness)

Students are encouraged to bring their own clothing items to dye, and all other materials will be provided. A limited number of items to dye will be provided by HWC. If you have any well-loved white or off-white items you'd like to donate for this event (or if you'd like to stop by to dye something yourself!), please let me know.

Friday July 20 Cooking Club - Sushi Edition! (1-4pm at Lambert Lounge)

Thursday July 26 Salad Day! - grOCAD and Cooking Club (12-2pm, meet at Lambert Lounge)

-From Lambert, we'll head over to the grOCAD community gardens to harvest vegetables and herbs, then return to the kitchen to prepare salads and make a variety of dressings from scratch.

Tuesday July 31 - Seed Planting Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert, as part of Camp Wellness)

Poster credit: Mikayla



Poster Sushi Day
DateFriday, July 20, 2018 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

scree@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Lambert Lounge (100 McCaul, room 187)

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Friday, July 20, 2018 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Come and join us for Sushi Day at Cooking Club! We're planning to make Mini Sushi Rolls, Onigiri, and beverages! 

All food and equipment will be provided. Why make one meal when you can have several? Students are encouraged to bring containers to bring home any extra prepared food. 

This session is FREE for all current OCAD U students, even those not enrolled in a summer class. Advise Sarah of any allergies or dietary restrictions at scree@ocadu.ca, and feel free to contact me with any questions. Registration is encouraged but drop-ins are just as welcome!  Staff and faculty are welcome to drop by as well. 

HWC events throughout July include:

Tuesday July 10 - Board Game Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert Lounge, as part of Camp Wellness)

We’ll be making brownies with Greek yogurt and psyllium husks, Jell-O with fruits, and playing board games.

Tuesday July 17 - Slime Making & Tie Dye Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert Lounge, as part of Camp Wellness)

Students are encouraged to bring their own clothing items to dye, and all other materials will be provided. A limited number of items to dye will be provided by HWC. If you have any well-loved white or off-white items you'd like to donate for this event (or if you'd like to stop by to dye something yourself!), please let me know.

Friday July 20 Cooking Club - Sushi Edition! (1-4pm at Lambert Lounge)

Thursday July 26 Salad Day! - grOCAD and Cooking Club (12-2pm, meet at Lambert Lounge)

-From Lambert, we'll head over to the grOCAD community gardens to harvest vegetables and herbs, then return to the kitchen to prepare salads and make a variety of dressings from scratch.

Tuesday July 31 - Seed Planting Day (1-3:30pm at Lambert, as part of Camp Wellness)

Poster credit: Mikayla

Venue & Address: 
Lambert Lounge (100 McCaul, room 187)
Email: 
scree@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
Poster Sushi Day
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