This cooking demonstration and educational class will teach you the best ways to cook various vegetables from the Garden of Hope to get the most nutrients possible. You will learn about cancer fighting properties in the vegetables. Various cooking techniques that can preserve the nutrients will also be demonstrated.
This program is open to cancer survivors and caregivers who are Garden of Hope participants. Offered free-of-charge. Registration required.
Facilitators: Clinical dietitian from The James and a chef from OSUWMC nutrition services.
Parking: Free visitor parking is available in the parking lot in front of the Waterman Farm Headquarters Building.
Driving Directions: Waterman Farm is located on the northwest corner of Kenny Road and Lane Avenue in Columbus. From the intersection of Kenny and Lane, travel west on Lane Ave. Take the first right onto Carmack Road to enter the Waterman Agriculture and Natural Resources Laboratory. The road will curve to the right, and the Garden of Hope will be on your left.
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JamesCare for Life
JamesCare for Life programs are designed to empower cancer survivors and their primary caregivers with new skills, knowledge and a sense of community.
Class offerings focus on introducing techniques, strategies and modes of expression intended to improve the quality of life of persons affected by a cancer diagnosis. Many participants have found these tools valuable and have successfully incorporated them into their everyday lives.
Programs are introductory in nature and offered free of charge. For more information, please call JamesCare for Life at 614-293-6428 or 1-800-293-5066 or visit www.cancer.osu.edu/go/support. Pre-registration is required for all programs.